Macedonian broadcaster have revealed today that Mila Moskov will be representing North Macedonia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest this year!
After an audition held by MRT last Saturday, which was attended by 18 hopefuls, a jury unanimously chose Mila as the winner citing her extraordinary singing abilities and a strong performance as reasons why she was perfect to represent the country in Poland later this year.
Mila Moskov has been showing interest in music from a young age and so enrolled in the local state music school in Prilep, initially choosing the piano as her main instrument, but switching to solo singing after two years.
In 2017 she enrolled in the private music school Matrix, receiving the guidance of professor Denis Dimoski (who represented the very same country in Junior Eurovision in 2005 with ‘Rodendenski baknež’).
Next to her own projects, focussing on her future, Mila also participates in humanitarian events and, together with children’s choir Mali Angeli (English: Little Angels), she sings in concerts to the aid of special needs children.
Below you can hear Mila’s voice when she’s covering Beyoncé’s ‘Pretty Hurts’:
Mila’s own song, the one she’ll be representing her country in the contest with, will be revealed at a later stage.
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 will take place on Sunday the 24th of November in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland!