During her first rehearsal at Junior Eurovision 2014, Slovenia’s Ula Lozar had a bit of trouble with her earpiece and it seemed to be getting her down. Well those days are gone! This morning Ula seemed much more at ease on the big stage, and she wasn’t struggling with her earpiece at all. I mean, did you hear that voice? She seems to be growing in confidence and it makes the performance much more enjoyable to watch. The biggest change to her performance is that producers have added (and practiced) shooting off pyrotechnics toward the end of the song. It leaves a lasting impression in what remains one of our favourites to win.

Slovenia’s Second Rehearsal at JESC 2014

Ula Lozar was on point during her second #junioreurovision rehearsal #jesc2014 #jesc

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Adam
Adam
6 years ago

Still my favorite song but I’ll admit that this performance wasn’t as good as the first one. But still – 12 points to Slovenia from America!!!

PP
PP
6 years ago

To screamy for my taste, and outfit is not good.

Krist
Krist
6 years ago

Winner super

the truth
the truth
6 years ago

winner!

Esc 4ever
Esc 4ever
6 years ago

Song:10/12
Live voice:10/12
Performance:10/12
Outfit:9/10
My points:9/10
Total:48/56 Perfect!

bavarson
bavarson
6 years ago

Fans
We should talk about the show. I’m talking about performance, but you’re talking about me, that I’m stupid. Does that make sense?

Bill
Bill
6 years ago

Winner this year!!!!

Fans
Fans
6 years ago

Very nice!!!!Bavarson you are stupid!!!!Slovenia go.Ljubljana 2015. Go Ula

bavarson
bavarson
6 years ago

Fireworks destroy this performance. This is a very stupid idea. It could be fired only since 2:45 (during last chorus).?

Mei International
Mei International
6 years ago

Favorite song! Go Ula! #Ljubljana2015