The seventeenth edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest takes place today, and we will bring you all the action from The Gliwice Arena in Gliwice, Poland as nineteen acts compete for the victory.
Poland are hosting the contest for the first time, after Roksana Wegiel won the contest last year in Minsk, and she will also host the show today, alongside Ida Nowakowska and Aleksander Sikora.
The results will be determined by a combination of public and jury votes with each making up 50% of the outcome. The public vote has operated in two phases – an initial vote before the contest based on the video clips and a second round which will take place during the live show. International voters can vote for a minimum of three countries and a maximum of five, including your own country.
The show starts at 16:00 CET and it can be watched via the Junior Eurovision Website. You can follow our blog right here with our Editors Joe and Anne sharing their thoughts.