This is how you vote in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019!

You too have a say in the outcome of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest that’s taking place this weekend and that chance is actually coming around very soon!
At 20:00 CET tonight the first phase of the online voting will commence!

Half of the results of Junior Eurovision 2019 will be determined by a professional jury (3 adult music industry professionals and 2 children). The other 50% of the votes will be produced by the international online voters, which could include you!

Phase 1

During this first phase you can go to this page (click!) right here to cast your vote.
First you’re required to watch a recap of all the songs. Right after, you can watch 1-minute rehearsal clips of each contestant.
You need to vote for at least three but no more than five countries. You can vote from anywhere and even for your own country if you happen to be from one of the participating countries.
This voting phase comes to an end on November 24, 15:59 CET, one minute before the live show.

Phase 2

Phase two starts after all countries have performed in the final and this voting window will be open for 15 minutes. Once again you need to vote for 3 to 5 countries and it’s again people from anywhere who can vote for anyone they wish to vote for.

To get a quick overview of how the voting will work, watch this neat video provided by the EBU:

So: the first phase will start at 20:00 CET today (Friday, November 22nd) and one can vote by going to the Junior Eurovision voting page!

Who will you be voting for?

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