Slovenia made it to the adult Eurovision final last year, and they’re keen to keep a good thing going. Earlier today RTVSLO announced that it has entrusted its Junior Eurovision debut to 12-year-old Ula Lozar, a musical phenom from Ljubljana. She’s currently working with a crack team of producers to perfect her song, which will be unveiled in the coming weeks.

Her hobbies include crochet, knitting, painting and cooking. Perhaps she’ll pull a Latvia 2014 and bake a cake if you give her a little sugar?

Eurovision 2015 participation

Llubljana had more good news for us today. It has confirmed that it sent a “preliminary, non-binding request to participate at the 60th Eurovision Song Contest 2015 to be held on 19, 21 and 23 May in Vienna.” In doing so they have pulled a Serbia, essentially stating that they hope to participate, but will withdraw if they can’t find the funds. Fingers crossed!

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

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Alex
Alex
5 years ago

Albania is back, thank God. Same with Italy. Still crossing my fingers on the other countries Bledar listed. It would especially be nice to see Croatia make a comeback (with a strong song)..

Belko
Belko
5 years ago

Yeah I saw. Today Albania confirmed, which makes 37 countries.

:)
:)
5 years ago

Belko: now it is! 😀

Bledar Leka
Bledar Leka
5 years ago

Yay! Now we just need Croatia, Moldova, Poland, San Marino, The Ukraine and most importantly, ALBANIA, to confirm!!!!!

Belko
Belko
5 years ago

rayman, u r right

Rayman
Rayman
5 years ago

Yay 😀 Nice to finally hear something about their JESC-participation. I hope they find the necessary funds for next years ESC, the 60th contest would feel a bit less grand without Slovenia!

Belko
Belko
5 years ago

good news, with Slovenia in, 36 participants. but, why is there nothing written on wikipedia about this?