TONIGHT the Junior Eurovision! Let’s see your votes!

The Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be live this evening from the Marsa Shipyard at 19.00 CET. The sunny Malta has shown that they can handle the task of organizing such an amazing contest and will definitely prepare an outstanding show.

The sixteen acts are ready to perform and are rehearsing for the last time before the grand evening.

We asked you to vote for your favourite song and you didn’t let us down: so, before watching the actual show and discovering who will be the 12th winner of the contest, this evening, let’s see how Europe voted.

16. Croatia – Josie – Game over (122 points)
15. San Marino – The Peppermints – You’re breaking my heart (150 points)
14. Montenegro – Masa & Lejla – Budi dijete na jedan dan (152 points)
13. Ukraine – Sympho-nick – Spring will come (183 points)
12. Georgia – Lizi Pop – Happy day (188 points)
11. Armenia – Betty – People of the sun (210 points)
10. Italy – Vincenzo Cantiello – Tu, primo grande amore (220 points)
9. Malta – Federica Falzon – Diamonds (265 points)
8. Serbia – Emilija Djonin – Svet u mojim ocima (269 points)
7. Sweden – Julida Kedhammar – Du är inte ensam (283 points)
6. Russia – Alisa Kozhikina – Dreamer (286 points)
5. Belarus – Nadezhda Misyakova – Sokal (303 points)
4. The Netherlands – Julia – Around (352 points)

And now, ready for the top3?

In third place, we can find the lovely girl from Cyprus with 377 points! Sophia Patsalides will sing “I pio omorfi mera” 5th in the running order of this evening.

Getting higher we can find Bulgaria with 434 points – Bulgaria is back after two years break with Krisia, Hasan & Ibrahim and their “Planet of the children”.

And in first place with 440 points, as it was for our staff meeting, the debuting country of Slovenia! We thank everyone who voted and we will definitely send a warm good luck to Ula Lozar that will perform “Nisi Sam” 9th during the evening. You can check the video from her rehearsal from our YouTube Channel:

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