Dutch Junior Eurovision entry “Million lights” by Shalisa is currently the most popular song among all known entries from this year’s competition, based on YouTube views stats. Counting all videos uploaded with this song, Shalisa reached more than 570,000 views, mostly from her perfomances in the National Final (semifinal and final) but also different television apperances. It seems Dutch people still love Junior Eurovision Song Contest no matter of the achieved results in the past. You can read our interview with Shalisa HERE.
Serbian entry “Lenina pesma” by Lena Stamenkovic is on the second place right now with almost 280,000 views, generated from one uploaded YouTube-video only. Internally selected singer is famous in Serbia because of her participation in talent-show “Pinkove zvezdice”. Another ex-Yu country is third in our ranking and that’s Slovenia with “Prva ljubezen” by Lina Kuduzovic, the winner of “Mini-Ema”. The song written by Maraaya is one of the fan-favorite to win this year’s Junior Eurovision and reached almost 185,000 views so far.
Host entry seems to be quite popular as well – “Colour of hope” by Gabriela and Ivan has more than 167,000 views. Worth to mention, the official anthem-song of this year – “#Discover” by Krisia Todorova reached more than 145,000 views so Bulgaria gave as two very popular JESC songs this year! Last but not least: Armenia is fifth right as “Love” by Mika has currently more than 117,000 views on YouTube.
Songs from Albania, Belarus, Malta, Montenegro and San Marino are the least viewed on YouTube so far, but almost all of them (except Belarus) are quite new in the competition so the things can change very quickly. We are still waiting for the last song – the Irish entry, which will be selected on November 8th and then we can officialy start the polls, predictions and fan voting to see who will be the favorite and who can actually win the trophy in Bulgaria! And there are only 3 weeks left to start the show in Armeec Arena! Exciting, isn’t it?