The 10 finalists of Junior Songfestival 2021 have been revealed!

The Netherlands was the first country who confirmed their participation at Eurovision 2021 and they immediately started their search for the country’s next representative at the contest. The auditions were held earlier this year and it has been announced that the final of Junior Songfestival 2021 – the Dutch national selection for Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021 will take place in September. Today we have seen the reveal of the 10 finalists who will be taking part at the Junior Songfestival 2021. The members of UNITY – Naomi, Maud, Jayda and Demi had a chance to reveal the good news to all of the selected finalists you can watch that video below

The list of the finalists by the order of announcement in the video is as follows:

  • Jade
  • Mirre
  • Angelina
  • Lyova
  • Ayana
  • Lois
  • Priscilla
  • Ceder
  • Faye
  • Soline

It still hasn’t been announced if the finalists are going to perform solo acts or they will traditionally be joined in duet’s, groups and soloists but some of those 10 will get a chance to represent The Netherlands on 19th of December at Junior Eurovision in Paris. Last year The Netherlands finished on 4th place at Junior Eurovision 2020, for second consecutive year. You can listen to “Best Friends” by UNITY at the link below.

The countries which confirmed their participation at Junior Eurovision 2021 so far are GermanyFranceThe NetherlandsRussia, Ireland ,Georgia. Poland, and Portugal who has also selected their entrant for the contest. Albania will make their decision in June while Latvia, DenmarkIceland, Bulgaria, Norway,Finland, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, WalesCzech Republic and Belgian broadcaster VRT confirmed they won’t be taking part at the show. The contest will take place on 19th of December in Paris.

What are your expectations of the Dutch act for Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021? Let us know in the comments below.

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