Armenia decides tonight. Last week we asked you to choose your favourite of the 10 colorful songs from the Armenian Junior Eurovision national selection – Junior Eurosong and y’all have made your views crystal clear.

In a tough competition of peace-calling , schlager, and techno inspired music, Elina & Arman emerged as convincing winners.

The duo’s song ‘Galaxy’ took 115 votes: almost double the votes of second-placed Mery Kocharyan and her entry ‘Chi Kareli’.

This disco number has it all. And even if they don’t win at least they’ll throw a fun party in Armenia.

As the end approaches, it gets quite repetitive, but we’re sure kids can work it out with amazing staging.

On the other hand, Junior Eurovision 2014 seriously lacks of male voices so far, and with Arman being a part of winning duo, the agony would come to an end. JESC isn’t just a ladies game!

Who should win Junior Eurosong? poll results in full:

1.Elina & Arman – Galaxy 34.95% (115 votes)

2.Mary Kocharyan – Chi kareli 17.63% (58 votes)

3.Mery M – #Peace 13.07% (43 votes)

4.Betty – People of the Sun 11.55% (38 votes)

5.Suzi Harutyunyan – I dream 7.6% (25 votes)

6.Karen Ohanyan & Mika – Shine out 5.78% (19 votes)

7.Srbuhi feat. DDJ – Zurna 3.65% (12 votes)

8.Mika – Mankutyan Khorhurd 2.74% (9 votes)

9.Yuna – Walk around 2.13% (7 votes)

10.Narek Vardanyan – Ashun 1% (3 votes)

The show starts today at 19:30 local time – 17:30 CET. You can watch the event on junioreurovision.tv website by clicking here.

You can follow all of our Junior Eurovision 2014 coverage by clicking here

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danielvarga
danielvarga
8 years ago

No, #Peace is the best!

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D
8 years ago

I wouldn’t mind if any of the top five (excluding Mery Kocharyan) won. My favourites as of today would be “Galaxy” and “I Dream”, though. Unfortunately, I can’t see Armenia placing too high considering the quality of the songs we’ve heard so far. If “Galaxy” does get chosen I think it’ll have a similar fate as Azerbaijan’s debut entry.

Daniel
Daniel
8 years ago

I wish them all luck!