Junior Eurovision craziness is taking Europe by storm — and acts keep popping up day by day. Since our last your-favourite-so-far poll, six more countries — Armenia, Italy, Georgia, FYR Macedonia, Serbia and debutant Australia — have revealed their hopefuls for JESC 2015 in Sofia. That’s as many songs as we had in the previous poll!For its inaugural performance Australia has selected 13-year-old Bella Paige with a song penned by Delta Goodrem. FYR Macedonia and Italy will unleash female vocal power with their girl-girl duets, and Armenia seeks to spread some love with Mika and his delightful #CupidIncorporated theme. Serbia is calling for peace with the power ballad “Lena’s song”, while Georgia’s “Gabede” is an earworm — and a whole lot of fun.
But which one do you like most? Do any stand out from the pack at this point? Below you can listen to all 12 entries released so far. Then vote for your favourite(s) in the poll. You can vote for as many acts you want, but you can vote only ONE time, so make it count. The poll closes ahead of Ireland’s final this weekend.
Be sure to check out our first reactions in the YouTube playlist at the bottom.
ALBANIA: MISHELA RAPO WITH “DAMBAJE”
ARMENIA: MIKA WITH “LOVE”
AUSTRALIA: BELLA PAIGE WITH “MY GIRLS”
BELARUS: RUSLAN ASLANOV WITH “MAGIC”
GEORGIA: THE VIRUS WITH “GABEDE”
ITALY: CHIARA & MARTINA SCARPARI WITH “VIVA”
FYR MACEDONIA: IVANA & MAGDALENA WITH “PLETENKA”
THE NETHERLANDS: SHALISA WITH “MILLION LIGHTS”
RUSSIA: MIKHAIL SMIRNOV WITH “MECHTA”
SERBIA: LENA STAMENKOVIC WITH “LENINA PESMA”
SLOVENIA: LINA KUDUZOVIC WITH “PRVA LJUBEZEN”
UKRAINE: ANNA TRINCHER WITH “POCHNY Z SEBE”
JESC 2015: Our first reactions
Personal favourites (As of October 11)