The hosting country for this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest, Georgia, have released the plan for their 2017 search to find a successor for Mariam Mamadashvili.
Both solo singers and groups are allowed to apply, if all the members are between the ages of 9 and 14. Those wishing to represent the country will have to send in a song from their own repertoire, a photo, their own biography and their telephone number so they can be reached by the selection committee.
All of this should be sent to Georgian broadcaster GPB and be in no later than the 1st of September and after that a professional jury will decide who gets to represent Georgia on home soil!
The fact that the contest will in Tbilisi, Georgia this year, is thanks to Mariam Mamadashvili, who won for Georgia with her song ‘Mzeo’ in Malta last year:
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017 will be held on Sunday, November 26 this year.