Listen to the songs competing at Junior Songfestival 2020!

The Netherlands will be once again deciding their representative at Junior Eurovision Song Contest through Junior Songfestival which will be held on 26th of September at Rotterdam Ahoy, the venue for Eurovision 2021. Four acts will be competing for a chance to represent their country in Warsaw on 29th of November.

Thijs, Teddy, Thimo and Tyrone are members of the band T-Square who will be performing a song “Count On Me”. The last time The Netherlands sent a boy band it was in 2017 when FOURCE performed “Love Me” and reached 4th place with 156 points.

T-Square – “Count on me”

Jackie & Janae are going to perform a ballad “It’s you and me”. The Netherlands has so far sent duets four times and if Jackie & Janae win it will be the fifth Dutch duet at Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

Jackie & Janae – “It’s you and Me”

Unity is the girl group consisting of Jayda, Naomi, Demi and Maud who will be competing with the song “Best Friends”. It is interesting to note that on both occasions The Netherlands sent a girl group as their JESC representatives at least one of the members ended up as a contestant at ESC. Their representatives in 2007 were Lisa, Amy & Shelley with “Adem In, Adem Uit” who 10 years later represented The Netherlands in Kiev as OG3NE with “Lights & Shadows” and Kisses with the song “Kisses and Dancin'” represented them in 2016 when Malta hosted the show. One of the members was Stefania Liberakakis who should’ve performed “Superg!rl” at this years Eurovision and has been confirmed as the Greek representative at Eurovision 2021.

Unity – “Best Friends”

Robin will be performing the song “Mee (Along)”. So far the Netherlands achieved their biggest success at Junior Eurovision with a male soloist do you think that Robin could achieve the same result if she wins the national selection?

Robin – “Mee”

Which out of these four songs is your favourite? Do you think that any of these could follow the steps of Ralf Mackenbach and his winning song “Click Clack” at Junior Eurovision 2009? Let us know in the comments below and at our social media links!

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  1. Robbert says

    Personaly I like song 4 most, because it’s refreshing to hear non predictable English cliche lyrics. it sounds relatively original.
    But I fear that Europe needs those cliche words to relate to it. In that light, song 3 is the catchiest of all 4.

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