Mariam Mamadashvili

Georgia may be performing last, but it is the perfect opportunity for super adorable Mariam Mamadashvili to bring down the curtain on this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest. “Mzeo” feels like an encore number from a theatre megastar, and Mariam will use this to her advantage.

Keeping it casual for today’s rehearsal (like Poland’s first rehearsal yesterday), Mariam’s pitch-perfect vocals and classy performance style ensured that nobody even noticed what she was wearing. But hey, dungarees are cool regardless.

Against a glittering background of flowers, the producers wisely kept the cameras fixed on Mariam. The emotion which she conveys with ease through her face is just incredible. For someone so young, this girl is a complete professional. She is not here to mess around, and it shows.

Although Mariam is totally alone on stage, her performance is so utterly captivating that it is hard to see anything but her. Prepare to be transported somewhere magical!

Junior Eurovision 2016: Georgia’s first rehearsal

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Photo: Andres Putting (EBU)

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feijel
feijel
4 years ago

queen of my heart <3

Irina
Irina
4 years ago

this girl – Mariam is unreal ethereal, something supernatural fantastic attracted to her voice and manner, with an open kind smile! Song – beautiful – a work of art, it can be seen the master class!

Lola
Lola
4 years ago

It was awysome. Unbileavable voice and amotions are comeng from her. Best of luck!

(J)ESC Fanatic
(J)ESC Fanatic
4 years ago

OMG, what a positive surprise! This song is much better live and her vocal range is incredible.

Erin
Erin
4 years ago

Mariam should be commended for handling such a demanding and vocally challenging song. She had some difficulty reaching the high pitch notes at the end of the first chorus and after the last key change in the chorus, but she handled it with grace and calmness not letting it catch her off guard.
I hope her emotions and stage jitters won’t take over at the time of the actual performance, but this rehearsal didn’t come across as effortless: It had mostly good moments, but the strenuous ones showed some vulnerability which hopefully doesn’t take its toll on her.