The songs competing at Junior Eurovision 2014 are being revealed faster than we can say “O deli deli delia”. So, just like last week, we need your help determining the current favourite. Last week Ukraine’s trio Sympho-nick won our poll, but can they stay on top now that we’ve heard seven new songs?
You can listen to the 11 acts that have been revealed so far below, and then you can vote in our poll. We will close this poll in exactly one week, on Friday, 10 October. You can vote for as many contestants as you’d like, but you can only vote ONE time. So make it count.
Please note: Italy’s JESC 2014 song was revealed after our poll went live. Therefore it will be included in the NEXT edition of this poll.
JUNIOR EUROVISION 2014 — THE ACTS SO FAR
ARMENIA: Betty — “People of the Sun”
It’s cheesy. It’s fun. It’s vivid. We love it! For me, Armenia really understands the true meaning behind Junior in Junior Eurovision. Keep it cute. Keep it about fun and dancing.
BELARUS: Nadezhda Misyakova — “Sokol”
Following Ilya Volkov’s 3rd place success last year, Belarus has decided to be daring and will send Nadezdha, a hawk impersonator who sings fully in Belarussian. This number really is a work of art and there is no need for further editing.
CYPRUS: SOPHIA PATSALIDES — “I PIO OMORFI MERA”
Cyprus is returning to JESC in style! This is a club banger we can’t get enough of.
THE NETHERLANDS: JULIA — “AROUND”
She won our poll in the Netherlands in a landslide, and went on to conquer Junior Songfestival in the Netherlands. Can she do it in Malta?
RUSSIA: ALISA KOZHIKINA — “DREAMER”
A touching ballad from Russia that makes even the hardest heart melt. Alisa, you are our everything!
SAN MARINO: THE PEPPERMINTS — “BREAKING MY HEART”
This is an 80’s inspired track performed by a mix of Italian-Sanmarinese teenage pop stars:
GEORGIA: LIZI POP — “HAPPY DAY”
Very unusual lullaby-like song, influenced by Chinese cartoon music and Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball”. Our day has got instantly happier. Has yours?
SERBIA: EMILIJA DJONIN — “SVET U MOJIM OCIMA”
An emotional ballad that takes us back to the time Maya Sar werked the stage in Baku:
MONTENEGRO: MASA & LEJLA — “BUDI DIJETE NA JEDAN DAN
A childish song with a deep message from sunny Montenegro, which comes with this cheerful video:
SWEDEN: Julia — “Du ar inte ensam”
After going rock at JESC 2013 and schlager at Eurovision 2014, Sweden has gone for what they’re best at — scandi pop! Fourteen-year old Julia uses urban allure to deliver Eurovision fans a simple message: “You’re not alone”!
UKRAINE: Sympho-nick — “Pryyde Vesna”
Hail, Ukrayina! “Pryyde Vesna” is an ode to Ukraine, and shows support for a country ravaged by war. How better than with three cute girls in turquoise nightgowns?
Can Ukraine rise like a Phoenix again? Will Cyprus conquer the Med this November? Or will all of your votes go around to the Netherlands? Start voting now![polldaddy poll=”8337646″]
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