Junior Eurovision 2019 Second Rehearsals

As the Junior Eurovision 2019 final draws ever nearer, second rehearsals took place on Thursday 21 and Friday 22 November.

Ten countries — Albania, Armenia, Australia, Belarus, France, Georgia, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan and Malta — returned to the Gliwice Arena on Thursday. They were last on stage on Tuesday for their first rehearsals.

The remaining nine — The Netherlands, North Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Ukraine and Wales — came back on Friday. Their first run-throughs were on Wednesday.

But who do you think made the most impact?

You can watch the official one-minute snippets below. Then vote in our poll. You can vote for as many countries as you like, but you can only vote one time, so make it count. Be sure to click the box next to each act you want to support before pressing submit.

Also, these are the same snippets which will be used for Phase 1 of the online voting, which opened at 20:00 CET on Friday 22 November. Read more about that here.

Unlike the first rehearsals earlier in the week, the second run-throughs were open to the press. So, make sure to also follow wiwibloggs on Instagram for all of the behind-the-scenes action.

Junior Eurovision 2019 Second Rehearsals

Albania: Isea Çili — “Mikja ime fëmijëri”

Armenia: Karina Ignatyan — “Colours of Your Dream”

Australia: Jordan Anthony — “We Will Rise”

Belarus: Liza Misnikova — “Pepelny (Ashen)”

France: Carla — “Bim Bam Toi”

Georgia: Giorgi Rostiashvili — “We Need Love”

Ireland: Anna Kearney — “Banshee”

Italy: Marta Viola — “La Voce Della Terra”

Kazakhstan: Yerzhan Maksim — “Armanyńnan qalma”

Malta: Eliana Gomez Blanco — “We Are More”

The Netherlands: Matheu — “Dans met jou”

North Macedonia: Mila Moskov — “Fire”

Poland: Viki Gabor — “Superhero”

Portugal: Joana Almeida — “Vem comigo (Come with Me)”

Russia: Tatyana Mezhentseva and Denberel Oorzhak — “A Time for Us”

Serbia: Darija Vračević — “Podigni glas (Raise Your Voice)”

Spain: Melani García — “Marte”

Ukraine: Sophia Ivanko — “The Spirit of Music”

Wales: Erin Mai — “Calon yn Curo (Heart Beating)”

Poll: Who had the best second rehearsal at Junior Eurovision 2019?

What’s your overall opinion of the second rehearsals? Who do you think stood out the most? Let us know in the comments below!

Read the lyrics to all Junior Eurovision 2019 entries here

Find out more about the contest with our guide here

Photo Credits: Thomas Hannes (EBU / Eurovision.tv)

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Sognomio
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Sognomio

For me the best song is Spain

Mr Right
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Mr Right

I love stage and lightning of this years Eurovision.
France is my favorite. Dont really like when kids trying to be adults on stage.

btw
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btw

My favorite is Ireland. WHY is it so underrated? 🙁

Sam
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Sam

Some of them have outstanding vocals indeed. But I fear some similar performances may overshadow each other. If asked to assess the songs themselves, I hope to see North Macedonia or Poland win and The Netherlands or Ireland completing that top-3 spot. Let’s see what happens tomorrow.

Briekimchi
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Briekimchi

Just in regards to who improved the most through a 2nd rehearsal; Ireland, Kazakhstan, Netherlands (these three are now contenders for the win), Georgia and Armenia.

EzZ
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EzZ

1. Poland
2.Serbia
3. Armenia
4. Georgia
5. France

EzZ
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EzZ

Poland Armenia, Serbia, Georgia are all bringing it this year, France and Spain are okay but top 4.
Poland
Armenia
Serbia
Georgia

EzZ
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EzZ

Poland literally have a song that would smash Eurovision, I wouldn’t be mad if they won again.

jack
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jack

Polish song is soo catchy

jack
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jack

can we just appreciate Poland for hosting the contest and giving stunning visuals without any swedish help? Well done to them!

Rasmus
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Rasmus

why is Sweden ALWAYS in your comments? haha. weird

Jack
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Jack

Why you always reply when something regarding Sweden is mentioned ? Haha. Weird

Ugnius
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Ugnius

Appreciate ? Look at that unfair running order, I mean even Bjorkman would have done better job

Hrvatska
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Hrvatska

The queen of the day is Northern Macedonia, she is brilliant, I ran out of words when I saw Macedonia in the second attempt, the curse must disappear, I will be angry if Macedonia is underestimated, Macedonia’s success during Eurovision in Israel gave visible results

Rich Uk
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Rich Uk

Outstanding performances and breathtaking vocals from Spain, Kazakhstan, North Macedonia, Italy, Ireland and Ukraine. That’s my top six.

Ugna
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Ugna

North Macedonia literally set the stage on fire

Tom
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Tom

A yeah a yeah a yeah …..

Snappy
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Snappy

Fire.

Nickfan
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Nickfan

Spain, France, North Macedonia, Armenia and Serbia are my 5 favourites.

Mako
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Mako

I got the same 4 favourites and in the same order 🙂 Instead of Serbia, my 5th is Ukraine.

Kinga
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Kinga

Armenia. Fantastic girl, song and staging.

Eurovision fan
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Eurovision fan

North Macedonia and Ukraine surprised me in a positive way:) . I hope both Mila and Sophia will manage to achieve TOP 10. I don’t hype it, but Macedonian stage looked winning. Looking kinda simple, but still powerful

Iva
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Iva

MACEDONIA TOP 10??????? APSOLUTELY WINNER!!!! IF DOESN WIN – POLITICAL REASON!

Eurovision fan
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Eurovision fan

If North Macedonia is in TOP 10, it includes the option that she gets the first place.