Running order for Junior Eurovision 2016 revealed!

As reported: yesterday the opening ceremony and the allocation draw for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest took place in the Manoel Theatre in Valletta in Malta. During the allocation draw it was possible for a country to draw: the first slot, the last slot or either second or first half.
The outcome of this yesterday was as following:

First Half:
Ireland (perfoming the first song)
Albania
Armenia
Belarus
Bulgaria
F.Y.R. Macedonia
Malta
Poland
Russia

Second Half:
Australia
Cyprus
Israel
Italy
The Netherlands
Serbia
Ukraine
Georgia (performing the final song)

The exact running order wasn’t determined immediately, but the show producers have looked into it and after their proposal had been approved by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), they gave us this running order this morning:

1. Ireland
2. Armenia
3. Albania
4. Russia
5. Malta
6. Bulgaria
7. Macedonia
8. Poland
9. Belarus
10. Ukraine
11. Italy
12. Serbia
13. Israel
14. Australia
15. The Netherlands
16. Cyprus
17. Georgia

This is the order in which the countries will be performing next Sunday.
The contest will take place in the Mediterranean Conference Centre in Malta’s capital city Valletta on Sunday, November 20th, starting at 16:00 CET.

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