Junior Eurovision winner Vincenzo Cantiello scores 100 points in All Together Now!

Italy debuted in the 2014 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, which they ended up winning as well. The winner – Vincenzo Cantiello, is now competing in Italy’s version of “All Together Now”, where a panel of 100 juries and four main judges score the contestants’ performances every week.

The 100 jury panel includes a couple of well known faces in the Eurovision world – Ginta Biku (who competed in the Swiss national final in 2017 with “Cet air-là”), as well as San Marino’s Eurovision entrant from 2011 and this year – Senhit.

In the first show, Vincenzo gave a very emotional performance of Ermal Meta’s Sanremo entry from this year – “Un milione di cose da dirti” which eventually ended up in third place in the Italian festival. Vincenzo however got the “yes” from 98/100 jurors of this show.

The four main judges were the next to vote, and Francesco Renga (who also competed in this year’s Sanremo but finished only in 22nd place – 19 places behind the song Vincenzo performed) first took off 2 of his points. Anna Tatangelo, another Sanremo veteran, gave him additional four points. The last two judges – Rita Pavone and J-Ax confirmed his score of 100, as they could not give him additional points. With this score, Vincenzo is going to have a slight advantage in next week’s heat of this show.

You can check out Vincenzo’s performance right here:

His full performance with the jury comments is available via this link here (click).

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