Will Georgia’s “Candy” walk away with the Junior Eurovision crown?

On Dec. 3, aspiring pop stars from across Europe will take the stage in Yerevan hoping to win Junior Eurovision 2011. But who do you think deserves this year’s trophy? Watch all of this year’s contestants below (in the order that they will perform), and then cast your vote! The poll closes on Dec. 3 at noon.

UPDATE: The poll is now closed. Click here to see the final results!

1. Russia: Katya Ryabova with “Romeo and Juliet”

2. Latvia: Amanda Bashmakova with “Moondog”

3. Moldova: Lerika with “No, No”

4. Armenia: Dalita with “Welcome to Armenia”

5. Bulgaria: Ivan Ivanov with “Superhero”

6. Lithuania: Paulina Skrabyte with “Debesys” (Clouds)

7. Ukraine: Kritsall with “Europe”

8. F.Y.R. Macedonia with Dorijan Dlaka with “Zimi Ovoj Frak”

9. The Netherlands: Rachel with “Teenager”

10. Belarus: Lidiya Zablotskaya with “Angely Dobra”

11. Sweden: Erik Rapp with “Faller”

12. Georgia: Candy with “Candy Music”

13. Belgium: Femke with “Een Kusje Meer”

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