Levi Díaz: ‘The Voice brought me a lot of security and good things, and prepared me for Junior Eurovision’

Junior Eurovision 2021 is taking place tomorrow at La Seine Musicale in Paris, and a total of 19 countries are going to compete for the title. After all rehearsals ended last night, we had a great pleasure to chat with the Spanish entrant from this year – Levi Díaz.

We spoke to Levi about his impressions of the stage, he told us how did his rehearsals go, what are the differences between The Voice Kids and Junior Eurovision, as well as his plans in the United States after Junior Eurovision. Check it all out here in this interview:

You can still let us know which of this year’s entries are YOUR personal favorites by voting in our poll right here (these votes will not count in the official result in the show – for that please visit jesc.tv, but the votes submitted here will help us find ESCBubble’s winner of Junior Eurovision):

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