Twelve acts will compete for the Junior Eurovision 2020 crown. But once their performances are over with, a slew of other well known Eurovision faces will step into the spotlight. Dutch Eurovision 2019 winner Duncan Laurence, Poland’s Eurovision 2020 singer Alicja, JESC 2018 victor Roksana Węgiel and JESC 2019 champ Viki Gabor are all set to perform during the interval.
Junior Eurovision 2020 interval acts
Viki Gabor is the reigning JESC queen, so naturally, she’ll play a big role throughout the show. As per tradition, the young Polish songstress will reprise her 2019 entry “Superhero”.
In addition to this, she’ll also join her predecessor — as both Polish representative and JESC champion — Roksana Węgiel for a special rendition of the Eurovision 2019 winning song “Arcade”. And they’ll be accompanied by a third performer — Duncan Laurence himself.
Organisers say that Duncan was invited to perform by host broadcaster TVP to show appreciation for “the massive effort of the creative and production team of the Eurovision Song Contest, which will take place in May of 2021”.
And Poland won’t just be showcasing its junior talent. Alicja Szemplińska will finally get a chance to grace a Eurovision stage and sing “Empires” — her intended song for the cancelled 2020 contest.
Gromee — Poland’s 2018 DJ — produces the Junior Eurovision common song for a second consecutive year. All 12 competitors will come together virtually to sing “Move The World”. The track was debuted by Viki Gabor during Monday’s opening ceremony.
The show will also feature the talents of a local dance troupe. They will continue the “Move The World” theme as they perform a modern jazz routine that gives thanks to people from all professions for their daily efforts.
What do you think of the interval line-up? Which performance are you most excited for?