Seventeen acts will compete at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Bulgaria, but there can only be one winner. To help you make an informed decision about where to cast your vote, the Wiwi Jury—our in-house panel of music un-professionals—will preview and review each of this year’s acts. We’re ready to pick our JESC favourites!

Our jury for this edition consists of 22 jurors who hail from Australia, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Greece, Ireland, Morocco, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Spain, The Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States. We are truly international, y’all! Each juror assesses each song independently, and then awards each song a score from 0 to 10. Before calculating the Wiwi Jury verdict, we drop the highest and lowest scores to reduce potential bias and outliers.

We’ll be unrolling these one by one over the coming weeks. You can read the completed reviews by clicking on the song title.


1. Malta: Destiny Chukunyere – “Not My Soul” (9.18)

2. Australia: Bella Paige – “My Girls” (8.89)

3. Slovenia: Lina Kuduzovic – “Prva Ljubezen” (8.74)

4. Ukraine: Anna Trincher – “Pochny Z Sebe” (8.55)

5. Serbia: Lena Stamenkovic – “Lenina Pesma” (8.08)

6. Armenia: Mika – “Love” (8)

7. Albania: Mishela Rapo – “Dambaje” (7.66)

8. Ireland: Aimee Banks – “Réalta na mara” (7.63)

9. Belarus: Ruslan Aslanov – “Volshebstvo” (Magic) (7.5)

10. Bulgaria: Gabriela Yordanova & Ivan Stoyanov – “Colour of Hope” (7.42)

11. Georgia: The Virus – “Gabede” (Dare) (7.26)**

12. The Netherlands: Shalisa – “Million Lights” (7.26)**

13. San Marino: Kamilla Ismailova – “Mirror” (7.16)

14. Italy: Chiara & Martina Scarpari – ““Viva”” (6.79)

15. Russia: Mikhail Smirnov – “Mechta” (6.76)

16. Montenegro: Jana Mirkovic – “Oluja” (6.5)

17. FYR Macedonia: Ivana & Magdalena – “Pletenka” (6.43)

** Indicates a tie. In the event of a tie, the entry that receives the most 10/10 scores will place above the other entry.

Watch all of our video reviews on our Junior Eurovision 2015 playlist