A grand total of 19 countries are set to compete at Junior Eurovision 2021 on 19 December in Paris. All of the competing songs have now been released, but only one act will walk away as the champion on the night.
Before the professional jury and public have their say on the live performances, we want to know who your early favourites are.
If you haven’t yet listened to all the songs, or you need a refresher, click on the links below to do just that. You’ll also be able to read more about all the competing entries of Junior Eurovision 2021 as our lyric posts are published.
Then, once you’re ready, head down to the poll and vote for your favourites.
Participants – Junior Eurovision 2021
Click on the song titles to listen to each entry.
- 🇦🇱 Albania: Anna Gjebrea – “Stand By You”
- 🇦🇲 Armenia: Maléna – “Qami Qami”
- 🇦🇿 Azerbaijan: Sona Azizova – “One Of Those Days”
- 🇧🇬 Bulgaria: Denislava and Martin – “Voice of Love”
- France: Enzo – “Tic Tac”
- Georgia: Niko Kajaia – “Let’s Count The Smiles”
- Germany: Pauline – “Imagine Us”
- 🇮🇪 Ireland: Maiú Levi Lawlor – “Saor (Disappear)”
- 🇮🇹 Italy: Elisabetta Lizza – “Specchio (Mirror On The Wall)”
- Kazakhstan: Alinur Khamzin & Beknur Zhanibekuly – “Ертегі әлемі (Fairy World)”
- Malta: Ike & Kaya – “My Home”
- 🇳🇱 Netherlands: Ayana – “Mata Sugu Aō Ne”
- 🇲🇰 North Macedonia: Dajte Muzika – “Green Forces”
- Poland: Sara James – “Somebody”
- 🇵🇹 Portugal: Simão Oliveira – “O Rapaz”
- Russia: Tanya Mezhentseva – “Mon Ami”
- Serbia: Jovana & Dunja – “Children’s Eyes”
- Spain: Levi Díaz – “Reír”
- Ukraine: Olena Usenko – “Vazhil”
Poll: Who should win Junior Eurovision 2021?
You can vote for as many countries as you like, including your own country (just as the public will be able to do at this year’s contest). However, remember that you can only vote once, so make it count!
The poll will close at 23:59 GMT on Monday 6 December.
Which countries are you rooting for in Junior Eurovision 2021? Who did you vote for in the poll? Let us know who your favourites are in the comments below.
But, remember to keep things positive. With such young artists competing in the competition, there will be a strict moderation of the comments.