Vote for your top five of Junior Eurovision 2018!

The 2018 Junior Eurovision Song Contest is taking place this Sunday in Minsk. The running order of the 20 participating countries has been announced yesterday, and the first rehearsals on the stage have started today.

A couple of days ago we started our poll where we want to know which acts are in your personal top five in this year’s competition. With over 600 votes until now, the current results are as follows:

  1. France – Angelina – Jamais sans toi – 13.30%
  2. Ukraine – Darina Krasnovetska – Say Love – 10.34%
  3. FYR Macedonia – Marija Spasovska – Doma – 9.52%
  4. Armenia – L.E.V.O.N. – L.E.V.O.N. – 9.20%
  5. Kazakhstan – Daneliya Tuleshova – Ozine sen – 7.88%
  6. Russia – Anna Filipchuk – Unbreakable – 7.06%
  7. Australia – Jael – Champion – 5.75%
  8. Poland – Roksana Wegiel – Anyone I Want To Be – 5.09%
  9. Ireland – Taylor Hynes – IOU – 4.27%
  10. Malta – Ela Mangion – Marchin’ On – 3.78%
  11. Georgia – Tamar Edilashvili – Your Voice – 3.61%
  12. Italy – Melissa & Marco – What Is Love – 3.61%
  13. Serbia – Bojana Radovanovic – Svet – 3.12%
  14. Albania – Efi Gijka – Barbie – 2.96%
  15. Belarus – Daniel Yastremski – Time – 2.30%
  16. Portugal – Rita Laranjeira – Gosto de tudo (Ja nao gosto de nada) – 2.13%
  17. Wales – Manw – Perta – 2.13%
  18. Netherlands – Max & Anne – Samen – 1.97%
  19. Azerbaijan – Fidan Huseynova – I Wanna Be Like You – 1.15%
  20. Israel – Noam Dadon – Children Like These – 0.82%

Angelina from France is currently in a big lead in our poll, ahead of Ukraine’s Darina Krasnovetska in second, and Macedonia’s Marija Spasovska in third place. L.E.V.O.N from Armenia in currently in fourth place, and Kazakhstan’s Daneliya Tuleshova completes the top five. Max & Anne from the Netherlands, Fidan Huseynova from Azerbaijan, and Noam Dadon from Israel are currently in the bottom three.

You can still vote for your favorite five in this year’s Junior Eurovision in our poll right here, and perhaps change the result:

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