When audiences tune into Junior Eurovision 2019 on Sunday 24 November, they may want to have their anti-gravity devices at the ready. That’s because Australia’s Jordan Anthony will open the show with his number “We Will Rise”.

Some might consider the entry a surprise opener, but it was, of course, the result of chance. Australia drew the first position during Monday’s Opening Ceremony.

Serbia’s Darija Vracevic drew position number 19, and will close the show with her uptempo environmental ballad “Podigni Glas” (Raise Your Voice).

In the interests of fairness, Poland’s homegirl Viki Gabor also had to draw a number. The “Superhero” songstress will perform 11th.

Junior Eurovision 2019 Running Order

The running order fate of the remaining contestants was decided by producers, whose job it is to create the most interesting show possible — aka, spacing out ballads and dance numbers so there’s never a sense of monotony.

  1. 🇦🇺 Australia: Jordan Anthony — “We Will Rise”
  2. 🇫🇷 France: Carla — “Bim bam toi”
  3. 🇷🇺 Russia: Tatyana Mezhentseva and Denberel Oorzhak — “A Time for Us”
  4. 🇲🇰 North Macedonia: Mila Moskov — “Fire”
  5. 🇪🇸 Spain: Melani García — “Marte”
  6. 🇬🇪 Georgia: Giorgi Rostiashvili — “We Need Love”
  7. 🇧🇾 Belarus: Liza Misnikova — “Pepelny (Ashen)”
  8. 🇲🇹 Malta: Eliana Gomez Blanco — “We Are More”
  9. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Wales: Erin Mai — “Calon yn Curo (Heart Beating)”
  10. 🇰🇿 Kazakhstan: Yerzhan Maksim — “Armanyńnan qalma”
  11. 🇵🇱 Poland: Viki Gabor — “Superhero”
  12. 🇮🇪 Ireland: Anna Kearney — “Banshee”
  13. 🇺🇦 Ukraine: Sophia Ivanko — “The Spirit of Music”
  14. 🇳🇱 Netherlands: Matheu — “Dans met jou”
  15. 🇦🇲 Armenia: Karina Ignatyan — “Colours of Your Dream”
  16. 🇵🇹 Portugal: Joana Almeida — “Vem comigo (Come with Me)”
  17. 🇮🇹 Italy: Marta Viola — “La Voce Della Terra”
  18. 🇦🇱 Albania: Isea Çili — “Mikja ime fëmijëri”
  19. 🇷🇸 Serbia: Darija Vračević — “Podigni glas (Raise Your Voice)”

Does the running order matter at JESC?

If you believe in statistics then yes, it does.

In the 16-year history of Junior Eurovision, only two songs from the first half have managed to win the contest — Croatia 2003 and Georgia 2008. That’s around 12.5% of all winners.

If you are lucky enough to draw the second half then the closing slot has a very strong chance of victory. It has four wins: Belarus 2005, Russia 2006, Georgia 2016 and Poland 2018. This decade Malta (twice), Russia, Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine have all won from slots in the last five.

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Nora
8 months ago

I think people had overlooked Australia. Maybe revisit the song performance again by Australia it might change your pick again? By saying that all the participants for this year are very talented and had really good voice. We all should wish them good luck instead of complaining.

ESCFan2009
ESCFan2009
8 months ago

Let’s all vote for France! 😀 It’s unbelievable…

Tajikistan
Tajikistan
8 months ago

Well they’ve obviously tried to bury France, North Macedonia and Spain to ensure a second Polish victory. Guess they had to give Armenia a good slot to hide suspicions, but it would be funny if it backfires and Armenia or Serbia wins

Tajikistan
Tajikistan
8 months ago
Reply to  Tajikistan

Actually what would be even funnier would be France, Spain and North Macedonia still managing to be the top 3

Peter
Peter
8 months ago
Reply to  Tajikistan

Guess What? You still can vote for Spain, France or Nort Macedonia. Are you
shocked? Please start thinking.

Tajikistan
Tajikistan
8 months ago
Reply to  Peter

When did I say you couldn’t?

Peter
Peter
8 months ago
Reply to  Tajikistan

It is even funnier because you can vote for France, Spain, North Macedonia, Armenia and Serbia 2-3 days before the contest and still you are whining about running order. All contenstants have the same chance. Pathetic behavior. You are making with yourself an idiot.

James
James
8 months ago

Statistically, running order may mean something for über ESC fans but over-all, it’s not something we should be too anxious about. The live performance (for the juries) and the global online televote (for the rest) will make the ultimate difference.

DenizNL
DenizNL
8 months ago
Reply to  James

I feel like it means more in JESC than in ESC.
In the last 3 years, 2 winners came from the last position.

James
James
8 months ago
Reply to  DenizNL

There’s no correlation with the one you’re referring to because different factors were at play in each of those two particular years. 2016 did not have a televote while 2018 was the second year in a row that an online-based global vote where people can vote for their own country’s entry is being implemented.

kuki
kuki
8 months ago

LOL… this running order is so shady! Clearly they did it to put the favourites France, North Macedona and Spain in a disadvantage…such a dirty move. Also, I think this will affect the whole show. Having the big favourites right at the start is really weird. I just hope Poland doesn’t organize the contest any time soon, this wasn’t nice at all.

Liam
Liam
8 months ago

Everyone here complaining and I’m just happy that Albania performs 18th

Airell RM
Airell RM
8 months ago
Reply to  Liam

Yes lol. I’m glad I’m not these peeps who put France, Spain or Poland in my top 5 to care too much XD

west ends
west ends
8 months ago

There’s seven “potentially” inclined to the western countries, out of 19! That sums up the winner, doesn’t it?

Stevan
Stevan
8 months ago

Yall acting like Poland/TVP decides how the running order will look like

Marcelo
Marcelo
8 months ago
Reply to  Stevan

Wait, isn’t that how it happens? The producers of the show decide the order. All producers of this years’ JESC work for TVP. Or am I wrong?

James
James
8 months ago
Reply to  Marcelo

You have to think like a radio DJ who knows how to program a playlist of songs and making sure they won’t feel, look, and sound repetitive to listeners, and in JESC’s case, to viewers. And given that three countries picked their positions by random draw, you now have to work around those countries’ entries to see which songs should be placed where and avoid being placed beside another with a similar tone. For example: Belarus and Serbia in 2016 had both similar upbeat songs and stagings. What else can you do than to keep them apart by several positions… Read more »

Skiwalko
Skiwalko
8 months ago
Reply to  Stevan

junioreurovision.tv: “The complete running order of the Contest was decided by the TVP core team and approved by Executive Supervisor Jon Ola Sand from the EBU.”

Milan
Milan
8 months ago
Reply to  Skiwalko

Thanks for the accurate info. IMHO it is scandalous that running order is anything but random. There is this excuse that “stage props for some countries are too complicated and thus they perform after commercial breaks”, but it should just be scrapped. Everyone should be capable of setting up their props in an equal time (say 30 seconds), if they are not, well that just means that they should’ve brought simpler props.

Robyn Gallagher
Admin
8 months ago

Y’all, second isn’t the “death spot” in Junior Eurovision. There’s been one winner that performed second (and that was in the 100% televote era) and three runners-up. Last year, the second act placed fourth. If anything, second in Junior Eurovision is one of the strongest places! Go France!

Graph
Graph
8 months ago

Well stated! But just to correct one point, last year it was the first act (Ukraine) that finished 4th.

Marcelo
Marcelo
8 months ago

Last year, it was Portugal who got the #2 slot. Didn’t do any wonders for them, they got no points at all from juries just like Wales.

Yom
Yom
8 months ago

Uh Robyn, last year the second act placed 18th, Portugal.

Ukraine opened the show and came 4th.

James
James
8 months ago

Armenia performed second in 2016, and ended up placing 2nd over-all. Of course, this was the year when there was no televote but still… 😀

EM EM
EM EM
8 months ago

Ugh you all need to chill and stop spreading hate. Do you all realize that Poland does NOT decide the running order?
Besides, it’s not like the running orders matters much in JESC. You can vote TWO DAYS before the final.
Some people man…

Yom
Yom
8 months ago
Reply to  EM EM

It does matter for the juries though

James
James
8 months ago
Reply to  Yom

Jurors would be the last people I would expect being head over heels with running orders. If something fancies them, they’ll score them well, regardless of where they are placed.

Milan
Milan
8 months ago
Reply to  EM EM

Are you sure you know who decides the running order?

SapReg
SapReg
8 months ago

Ok) Now I know who will win this year)) and… that country is… my favorite this year… ??Armenia congratulations)))

Shanfa Chai
Shanfa Chai
8 months ago

France the favorite to win got the death spot…

Well, it doesn’t matter. I’m going to vote for France, Ireland, Malta, North Macedonia, and Spain.

I like Poland and Serbia, but they have large fanbases already, so I’m just going to leave the voting to them and help those who truly need it (Ireland, Malta, and North Macedonia.

Graph
Graph
8 months ago

It finally happened. A fan favorite is going 2nd.

Not only that, we have 3 fan favorites in the first 5.

I think the biggest “winners” of the running order are Armenia, Serbia, Poland, and Kazakhstan

Talentina Monetta
Talentina Monetta
8 months ago

Bring back the random draw NOW

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
8 months ago

In regular ESC, #2 is like the death slot. Don’t see how you can justify giving it to France this year. You could justify having it opening the show but this?

Pandaman
Pandaman
8 months ago
Reply to  Briekimchi

In regular ESC, yes. But this is Junior ESC, where different rules of the running order apply – someone has already won from the second spot here, and there have been some other really good results as well for the countries performing second.

Dennis
Dennis
8 months ago

Belarus 2007 also won and performed last

Ron
Ron
8 months ago
Reply to  Dennis

While Armenia that was the big favorite of the night missed it by a single point yet if I recall they performed first or second.

Dawid
Dawid
8 months ago

As expected from TVP. Why would you play fair if you can increase your chances by abusing your power. That’s their mindset in general, not only in this case. I fully understand why you’re mad but understand that people in Poland don’t like them either. Put your hate on broadcaster if you have to hate someone. I know it’s easier to hate on whole country but once again, this is just group of people in power who want to look good, even though they dont really give a damn about eurovision (like I’m sure staff members wouldn’t know that ABBA… Read more »

Aura
Aura
8 months ago

Seeing this running order is simply shocking. How on earth France is the second? I have no words.

Natalie
Natalie
8 months ago

Rip to Spain. Marte is amazing and I’m so disappointed it got so screwed. Shame on Poland. We have to do our best to help our favorites that got screwed over.

beccaboo1212
8 months ago
Reply to  Natalie

#VivaEspaña #SpainForJuniorEurovisionSongContest2020 #LongLiveMarte

12345
12345
8 months ago
Reply to  Natalie

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kuki
kuki
8 months ago
Reply to  Natalie

From all the “affected” countries, Spain has the best order… after Spain you have a bunch of less impactful songs, so Spain’s performance will remain longer in the viewer’s mind

West
West
8 months ago

Here’s a funny idea – you want your favourite song to win? Then vote for it! Complaining about a running order won’t help.

Milan
Milan
8 months ago
Reply to  West

I disagree. “Just voting” is not enough if something that arguably affects the result is decided in advance by people who arguably have the interest to influence the result.

Tom
Tom
8 months ago

Before the running order – Poland, Serbia, Macedonia, France and Armenia were in my top 5, now i think Macedonia and France are in the danger zone but i will vote 4 u ……Thanks got for Serbia and Armenia, Poland play dirty …..with running order, still like the song. Now Italy and Ukraine can be in top 10 …..the worst songs of this JESC i am sorry ….

An American ESC Fan
An American ESC Fan
8 months ago

Well, now the official order ha been released. And it is a huge oof for a lot of fan-faves. – Ireland has gotten totally screwed over. I fear they won’t do well now thanks to Poland coming directly before it. And Ukraine is right afterwards, and I feel like they’ll be “more memorable”. Sigh. – France / NM / Spain being smooshed close together is pretty sus. I’m afraid NM will get cancelled out by its successors Spain and Georgia. – With that out of the way, I hope France still has a chance. – Poland getting a great spot?… Read more »

Yom
Yom
8 months ago

Poland was drawn randomly, you can watch it live at the opening ceremony

An American ESC Fan
An American ESC Fan
8 months ago
Reply to  Yom

I know, but slower songs were placed around Poland to make it stand out.

Ami
Ami
8 months ago

Clearly, you got it all wrong – “The running order fate of the remaining contestants was decided by producers, whose job it is to create the most interesting show possible — aka, spacing out ballads and dance numbers so there’s never a sense of monotony.”

EuroPlayer
EuroPlayer
8 months ago
Reply to  Ami

By Polish producers… Hmm?

Kenan
Kenan
8 months ago

OMG I would love to see the Netherlands win the double. With this running order, it seems entirely possible! I’m not actually that mad at the running order as none of the ‘favorites’ are in my top five other than Armenia. Good luck from the UK. And shame on Poland’s producers of making Poland possibly win again. I might actually cry if that happens!

WannaEatMySpaghetti
WannaEatMySpaghetti
8 months ago
Reply to  Kenan

The Netherlands won’t win. At the best, it can do a 7-8th place (based on the song and the running order only. Perhaps it’ll be great live).

bastian
bastian
8 months ago

It will do top 5 at least. Good running order, good looking kid, fun song, live performance is strong. It has all the ingredients to do top 5 🙂

Alex
Alex
8 months ago

Netherlands always does better than expected with online voting. 6th in 2018 and won it in 2017 (3rd in running order). So yes I would not underestimate its chances I guess

Rasmus
Rasmus
8 months ago

Polish people cant vote fair and the polish production cant do a running order either. All the faves in the begginning is the worst ever. This shows Poland cant win ESC. They would never handle it good.

WannaEatMySpaghetti
WannaEatMySpaghetti
8 months ago
Reply to  Rasmus

I’m mad at this running order too but don’t blame polish people. They vote for their country and it’s normal with two great songs in a row. The only persons we have to blame are the producers (from TVP?). They’re the only ones that don’t play fair despite their responsability.

Rasmus
Rasmus
8 months ago

Im mad at the voting. Voting for your own country makes Russia, Poland, Spain, France ALWAYS on top 🙁

Tajikistan
Tajikistan
8 months ago
Reply to  Rasmus

Are you aware Spain hasn’t competed since 2006? And France competed last year for the first time since 2004?

Milan
Milan
8 months ago

Whoever blames Polish people?

Africavision
Africavision
8 months ago
Reply to  Rasmus

Well, at ESC the running order has been determined, for the past 5 years, by the Contest Producer, i.e, Christer Björkman, and not the host broadcaster alone. In addition, the voting is different at ESC, compared with JESC, as people aren’t allowed to vote for their own country in ESC. Except for those two issues you mentioned with JESC2019, TVP has done a stellar job thus far with the JESC2019 production. In actual fact, I think Poland is one of the most ready countries to host ESC.

Rasmus
Rasmus
8 months ago
Reply to  Africavision

Thats 100% wrong. You cant say that to a swede you know. Its not CB how does that alone. Do your research better. I know what you wanted to say so Sweden would look bad but sorry you cant say false things then

Africavision
Africavision
8 months ago
Reply to  Rasmus

Oh my word… Why are you so aggro? That was not my intention at all. What I meant was that if Poland were to host ESC, TVP would not be solely, or at all, responsible for creating the running order, as they have contest producers, who are not from the host broadcaster, who would be involved with this and, therefore, the running order issue we are witnessing for JESC2019 would not be an issue at ESC. If anything, I was applauding Christer Björkman, as we don’t see such a harsh backlash to the running order at ESC, compared with JESC2019.… Read more »

Kinga
Kinga
8 months ago

Easy guys! I don’t like the running order, but it won’t influence the results. You can vote for 5 countries, including your own, two days before the show!

Idksmth
Idksmth
8 months ago

That is not an exciting start for JESC 2019. I believe this running order was specially made to sabotage the big favorites – Spain, France and North Macedonia to an extent. I think the producers see The Netherlands as a contender now but I hope they don’t win, as well as I hope that Poland does not win. I know I should not be hating on children but if the producers are securing a good running order spot for themselves and destroying the other favorite chances then I will have something to say. First saying that first rehearsals will not… Read more »

Kinga
Kinga
8 months ago
Reply to  Idksmth

You can vote already two days before the show. Running order doesn’t matter on JESC.

Kenan
Kenan
8 months ago
Reply to  Idksmth

I really hope the Netherlands win and I am from the UK. Imagine if they make history!

ADutchPerson
ADutchPerson
8 months ago

Some comments here really saying ”why are you attacking kids you’re adults” NO ONE IS ATTACKING KIDS. People are taking critiscm on the fact that 4 favorites for the title (France, Russia, Spain and North Macedonia) are in the earliest possible which were decided by ADULTS. Besides that fact there is another thing wrong with this running order: Portugal, Italy ánd Albania after one another IN the last possible slots? First of all they’re all kind of slow songs and you’d expect some uptumpo in the last slots but I thought the point of the producers deciding the slots was… Read more »

beccaboo1212
8 months ago
Reply to  ADutchPerson

FYI, none of those competitions are rigged. 😉

Etiwy
Etiwy
8 months ago

This running order is outrageous. I see Poland is ready to do everything to win the contest. Shame on the producers, and I hope Poland won’t win this way. Go France !

Joseph
Joseph
8 months ago

Worst running order EVER. clearly poland wants to sabotage favorites

Gigii
Gigii
8 months ago

Poland will surely win the televote but I really hope that the jury winner and the overall one be either serbia or france (maybe even spain).

Alex
Alex
8 months ago

France better win this time. Outrageous.
Ala Croatia 2003 or Bulgaria 2014. A real winner wins televote or online voting in any draw but this is ridiculous.

La La Love
La La Love
8 months ago

It’s such a shame to see France in the “death position”

Polegend Godgarina
8 months ago

rihminder that both croatia 2003 (the winner) n bulgaria 2014 (the televote winner by a landslide) performed 2nd. tvp can try to bury france as much as they want, it don’t matter, talent WILL prevail

Loin dici
8 months ago

Running order won’t have a big influence here. Since each country can vote for their entries, entries with big cult followings and strong diaspora will most probably place on the top half. Although, most songs that did good with the juries can be from any half, so it’ll be interesting to see how the jury vote will turn out.

Polegend Godgarina
8 months ago
Reply to  Loin dici

that’s where we need impartial indonesians or whatever else like yourself to vote for a REAL winner !

Alex
Alex
8 months ago
Reply to  Loin dici

50% of online voting comes after the live show so we don’t know but winner is a winner

NickC
NickC
8 months ago

Poles are really playing dirty it seems. Let’s see if this will backfire or not.

beccaboo1212
8 months ago

Don’t listen to haters. It’s be wiser for most viewers to vote for the big favorites in the first half. #LongLiveJuniorEurovisionSongContest

L'Eurovisioneur
L'Eurovisioneur
8 months ago

OMG So unfair ! They put all the serious candidate for the win in the begining !! France, North Macedonia and Spain #2, #4 and #5 ! So desguesting…

Polegend Godgarina
8 months ago

since when is macedonia a possible winner skksjsks y’all say it every year but it finishes at the bottom n this year it’ll be no different, sorry

EuroPlayer
EuroPlayer
8 months ago

I mean it’s some people’s favorites and I can see it as a strong candidate to win/top 5.

Idan Cohen
Idan Cohen
8 months ago

*YAWN*
Can we stop making Junior Eurovision happen? it’s not gonna happen!

Marcelo
Marcelo
8 months ago
Reply to  Idan Cohen

It already happened, sweetie.

Jesper Hjellnes
Jesper Hjellnes
8 months ago
Reply to  Idan Cohen

Sure you’re not talking about Eurovision Asia? Cause that is the contest that seem like to never happen

Dawid
Dawid
8 months ago

Some people here just need to call a doctor… ha ha ha youre so sick !!! But funny to read ive to say 😉 great running order .. it feels good for the netherlands and armenia but in this contest the running order means like nothing . …have fun kids !!!

Dawid
Dawid
8 months ago
Reply to  Dawid

Just wanted to say its different Dawid

Skiwalko
Skiwalko
8 months ago

I’m speechless. Like… wow. 4 out of 6 Poland’s main rivals in spots from 2 to 5. Poland surrounded by the two slowest songs of the contest. Serbia, being in a great spot, preceded by a similar in tone ballad. Most of the songs grouped in a way that makes them stand out less than they could have otherwise. I’m ashamed of my country and angry at TVP for using this innocent children competition to unfairly prevent great songs from succeeding and basically ensure another win for themselves. That’s just disgusting.

Africavision
Africavision
8 months ago
Reply to  Skiwalko

So true. The weirdest part of the running order, for me, is towards the end. Why would they, firstly, place 3 songs with a similar message (i.e., Portugal, Italy, and Serbia) together in the final 4 songs? Secondly, why would they end the show with these 4 rather “slow” songs? It also would have made more sense to switch Netherlands and Ukraine around, because currently Ukraine and Ireland are going to compete with one another, and Netherlands and Armenia are going to compete with one another (and due to the running order, it’s more likely that Ukraine and Armenia will… Read more »

Preuss
Preuss
8 months ago

what a convenient running-order this is

Marcelo
Marcelo
8 months ago

They put France on the #2 spot! They make it too obvious, TVP is a cheat as heck!

Also, Spain on #5. And Serbia probably sees their chances growing, they’re going after Albania but seem too close to Portugal and Italy, which go side by side despite being practically the same ecology song.

And North Macedonia at #4, makes me worried they’re gonna get 12th place again. Three big contenders in the first five songs, really suspicious running order from TVP.

Sandra
Sandra
8 months ago

OUT NOW!

Australia
France
Russia
North Macedonia
Spain
Georgia
Belarus
Malta
Wales
Kazakhstan
Poland
Ireland
Ukraine
The Netherlands
Armenia
Portugal
Italy
Albania
Serbia

OUT NOW!

Jérémy PEREIRA
Jérémy PEREIRA
8 months ago
Reply to  Sandra

What’s wrong with contest organizators putting France and Spain respectively 2nd and 5th …. and just ruining chances of 2 of the 5-6 favorites …. there are really clearly something not nice !

Sandra
Sandra
8 months ago

I think they will see The Netherlands win!

Peters
Peters
8 months ago

Lol Kids are just having fun and some adults here are acting like immature brats.

Africavision
Africavision
8 months ago

It’s going to be interesting to see were the producers place France and Spain in the running order, as they seem to be Poland’s biggest challengers to a back-to-back JESC win. Will they play fair and give these contenders prime positions, or will they hit us with a running order like: 1. Australia, 2. France, 3. Spain…?

Africavision
Africavision
8 months ago
Reply to  Africavision

And just as I said this, the running order is out: 1. Australia, 2. Belarus, 3. Italy, 4. Spain, 5. France, 6. Wales, 7. Portugal, 8. Kazakhstan, 9. Georgia, 10. Albania, 11. Poland, 12. Armenia, 13. Malta, 14. Russia, 15. Ukraine, 16. Netherlands, 17. North Macedonia, 18. Ireland, 19. Serbia.

Africavision
Africavision
8 months ago
Reply to  Africavision

And they put Spain and France together in the first quarter… Yikes! Get ready for the Wiwiblogg’s comments section to #LightUp

Africavision
Africavision
8 months ago
Reply to  Africavision

Oh wait!… I swear that running order was on Wikipedia a minute ago, and now it’s gone! And now I look like a crazy person seeing things, and talking to myself here. But I swear, that was on there!

Africavision
Africavision
8 months ago
Reply to  Africavision

Okay, so that was a false alarm. Someone probably was just playing jokes, as I just saw a completely new running order shown on Wikipedia, and then it was erased yet again. Sorry for giving Spanish and French fans high BP. I’ll refrain from posting another running order that I see. Lol

Jérémy PEREIRA
Jérémy PEREIRA
8 months ago
Reply to  Africavision

in fact, this is even worst than expected at least for France –> 2nd !

Africavision
Africavision
8 months ago

Very shocking, indeed. North Macedonia was also one of the dark horses to win, and Russia has the second most views of their music video (after Poland), and they included both of them in that first quarter of songs as well. That’s some tactical running order!

Filip
Filip
8 months ago
Reply to  Africavision

I also see 1. Australia 2 Belarus etc but it was changed

Africavision
Africavision
8 months ago
Reply to  Filip

Thanks, Filip. I’m glad that it wasn’t my imagination. Lol 🙂

Cameron
Cameron
8 months ago
Reply to  Africavision

1st = Australia
2nd = France
5th = Spain

This was from the JESC official page

Africavision
Africavision
8 months ago
Reply to  Cameron

Thanks, Cameron. At least one of us is a reliable source of information. Lol

Tom
Tom
8 months ago

When they reveal full running order??

Erste Reihe beim ESC
Erste Reihe beim ESC
8 months ago

Eurovision fan – me too ! – that is a really good spot for Serbia (that increase the chance that they finish top 5). Hope that Ireland, France, Armenia and Spain are in the 2nd half too but the chance is low that the producers will do that (because they are the fan favorites).

Jérémy PEREIRA
Jérémy PEREIRA
8 months ago

It seems they decided to ruin chances for 2 of the favorites = France 2nd and Spain 5th ! I am really angry !

La La Love
La La Love
8 months ago

Guys this is just my personal opinion but I don’t actually like Spain’s entry I’m kinda happy for Spain to perform early lol

La La Love
La La Love
8 months ago

Btw this year will they have the running order number in the corner of the screen if you know what I mean. Even tho this is my first year following JESC I’ve seen clips of last years and I like it more when the number is there

Africavision
Africavision
8 months ago
Reply to  La La Love

Hi. No, they won’t have it. The numbers are only necessary for televoting, as a specific number corresponds to a specific entry. So say, for instance, Ireland performed in the 18th position, then you would use the number 18 when you vote, in order to vote for Ireland. From 2017, online voting was introduced, and televoting was abolished at JESC from 2016. For online voting, you basically go to the JESC voting web page, where all the participating countries will be shown. You then have the opportunity (after listening to snippets of all the songs) to click on 3 to… Read more »

Loin dici
8 months ago
Reply to  Africavision

It can be possible to be numbered just to make it easier for the children to identify the songs.

La La Love
La La Love
8 months ago

I don’t like Australia’s song

If it’s not an opener

La La Love
La La Love
8 months ago
Reply to  La La Love

Guys that was my brothers opinion since he doesn’t have a device to post comments lmao

Mr Vanilla Bean
Mr Vanilla Bean
8 months ago

I see. Chance clearly wanted to send a message here: Worst goes first, best for last. Something similar to that.

2020 eurovision
2020 eurovision
8 months ago

why spreading hate?

Mr Vanilla Bean
Mr Vanilla Bean
8 months ago

If that’s hate for you, I have no clue how you survive in this world. Do you ever go out?

Tom
Tom
8 months ago

Hate will prevail (they should invite Hatari with Maruv)

Erste Reihe beim ESC
Erste Reihe beim ESC
8 months ago

Mr Vanilla Bean – what would you write if Poland or Spain or France would be on #1 spot ? It was a drawing so everything is fine for me. I wouldn’t say that the worst is Australia. It will not make it easier for Australia this year to slay …..that is for sure.

Polegend Godgarina
8 months ago

this comment left me screaming into an abyss