Judges of Junior Songfestival 2022 have been announced!

Dutch broadcaster, AVROTROS has revealed the judges panel which will decide the winner of Junior Songfestival 2022.

Traditionally the decision of the Dutch representative at Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022 will be made by 33% public televote, 33% adult jury and 33% children’s jury. The members of the adult jury are the famous TV host, actress, singer and one of the hosts of Eurovision Song Contest 2021, Chantal Janzen; singer and songwriter Fleming as well as singer Glen Faria. The children’s jury will consist of Dutch representative at Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021, Ayana; second placed artist of Junior Songfestival 2021, Shine as well as the fourth placed artist Priscilla.

In 20 years of Junior Song Contest, so much talent has already passed in review and there is still so much talent. I’m really looking forward to seeing everyone splash off the stage while having fun performing their passion. The Junior Song Contest is a real springboard for participants. So even though there will be only 1 winner on 24th of September, I hope they all don’t give up on their dream and make use of the experience of the Junior Songfestival.
Chantal Janzen

The final of Junior Songfestival 2022 will take place on 24th of September at RTM Stage in Rotterdam. The winner will be flying to Yerevan and represent The Netherlands at Junior Eurovision Song Contest on 11th of December. You can listen to the four acts which are competing at Junior Songfestival 2022 below:

Infinity  – “Never Ever”

MixedUp – “It Doesn’t Matter”

Luna – “La festa” (The party)

High5  – “Because I Know”

Last year The Netherlands was represented by Ayana with the song “Mata Sugu Aō Ne“. She scored 43 points which put her on last place at the show.
 

So far the following countries have confirmed their participation at the show: Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, France, Georgia, Ireland, Italy, KazakhstanMaltaNorth Macedonia, Poland, PortugalSerbiaSpainThe NetherlandsUkraine and for the first time after 17 years United Kingdom.

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