๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช TES Previews: Who is Fia?

๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช TES Previews: Who is Fia?

Junior Eurovision in Nice is now less than a month away. In the lead-up to the start of rehearsals, we will get to know a bit more about this year’s artists, their discography, and their Junior Eurovision journey so far. Next up, we will preview Germany’s 2023 representative, Fia.

Fia’s Junior Eurovision Journey So Far…

Fia was chosen to represent Germany at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2023 following an online vote ran by broadcaster KiKa. Fia will represent Germany with the song “Ohne Worte”. Following on from her national final win, Fia’s song was revamped for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Nice. In the national final, Fia’s song included the use of sign language.

What do we think of “Ohne Worte”

The team at That Eurovision Site have reacted to Germany’s entry for Nice. Lewis, gave his thoughts on “Ohne Worte”, which you can check out here:

Who is Fia?

12 year-old Fia was originally born in Shanghai, however her family returned to Germany upon the birth of her younger sister. Fia is no stranger to a big stage as she has already taken part in Germanyโ€™s edition of The Voice Kids. During The Voice Kids Fia often used sign language during her performances, her inspiration behind this is her younger sister. In her spare time Fia she is always singing and dancing and entertaining her family.

Germany’s Junior Eurovision Journey

Germany was originally due to join the Junior Eurovision family in the initial edition of the Contest, but unexpectedly withdraw. This also happened in 2004, when Germany withdrew ahead of the Contest in Lillehammer. It wasn’t until 2020 in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic that Germany first participated in a Junior Eurovision event. Germany has participated on two occassions, the first being 2020 – when Susan performed “Stronger With You”, finishing 12th in a field of 12.

Germany’s most recent participation came in 2021, when Pauline represented the nation in Paris with her song “Imagine Us”. Performing first in the running order, Germany would finish in 17th place out of 19 performers. Germany received a total of 61 points,; 15 from professional juries and the remaining 46 from the online vote.

What do think about “Ohne Worte”? Are you excited for Germany’s participation at this year’s Junior Eurovision? Let us know in the comments or on social media! Be sure to follow ‘That Eurovision Site’ on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Threads and Bluesky as we prepare for Junior Eurovision 2023!

News Source: JuniorEurovision.tv/That Eurovision Site

Photo Credit: NDR/Emma Wedemeyer

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