After it was announced that Anastasia Vasadze will be joined by Nikoloz Kharat and Oto Bazerashvili in representing Georgia at this year’s Junior Eurovision in Nice, it has been revealed that recording for the country’s entry is taking place.
Further information about Georgia’s participation revealed
In a report by GPB, it was revealed that Georgia’s entry for Nice was written by Betkho and Mebo Nutsubidze, with the musical producer being Giorgi Asanishvilia. It was also revealed that shooting for the music video will commence shortly, with Zaza Orashvili directing the music video.
At the time of writing, GPB is yet to announce when their entry for this year’s contest will be released.
Georgia’s Junior Eurovision Journey
Georgia is the most successful country to take part in Junior Eurovision, currently with three wins under their belt. The country joined the Junior Eurovision family in 2007 with Mariam Romelashvili sing “Odelia Ranuni”, finishing in 4th place. Georgia would go on to win the competition the following year, with Bzikebi’s “Bzz…”. Georgia would also win the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2011 and 2016 respectively. Georgia also hosted the Contest in Tbilisi in 2017.
In 2022, Georgia was represented by Mariam Bigvava and her song “I Believe” in Yerevan. Once the combined scores were revealed, Georgia finished in 3rd place – earning 161 points. The online vote gave Georgia 47 points, whilst professional juries awarded 110 points to the country.
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News Source: GPB
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