The time has almost come. Junior Eurovision 2022 is only hours away and we’ll soon have a new champion lifting the trophy.
Online voting has been open since Friday evening, with fans from across the globe taking a chance to vote for their favourite acts.
At the same time, we asked you to share who you’d voted for in our own poll. Although official voting is still open until 15:59 CET on Sunday, we’ve closed our flash poll and have been tallying things up.
A total of 3,737 votes were cast, and we can now reveal the results…
UK’s Freya Skye a favourite ahead of Junior Eurovision 2022
Topping the poll is Freya Skye from the United Kindgom. The country makes a return to Junior Eurovision after 17 years away — and they are certainly returning with a bang.
Freya serves sass and attitude with her catchy pop song “Lose My Head”. Fans have responded very positively to it since its release and that positivity continues after viewing the rehearsal clip.
Unfortunately, Freya has not been feeling her best whilst out in Yerevan and skipped the jury dress rehearsal in order to recover. But love for the British star is very much still there, with our readers awarding her 594 votes — that’s 15.9% of the total.
In second place we find Ireland’s Sophie Lennon. She’s providing a guiding light in the darkness, and it appears to be a light that our readers are increasingly following.
Sophie finished sixth in our pre-rehearsal poll. But after watching the rehearsal clips, it seems y’all are loving “Solas” more and more. Sophie picked up 479 votes, which is 12.82% of all those cast.
Following closely behind in third place and securing the final podium spot is Luna of the Netherlands. Luna will be opening Sunday’s show and getting “La Festa” going right from the start.
Many have been eager to join Luna’s party ever since she was selected and she’s still winning over viewers with her polished rehearsal clip. Luna secured 464 votes in our poll (12.42% of the total).
Full results: Who have you voted for in Junior Eurovision 2022?
- United Kingdom: Freya Skye – “Lose My Head” – 594 votes (15.9%)
- Ireland: Sophie Lennon – “Solas” – 479 votes (12.82%)
- Netherlands: Luna – “La Festa” – 464 votes (12.42%)
- Spain: Carlos Higes – “Señorita” – 378 votes (10.12%)
- Armenia: Nare – “DANCE!” – 343 votes (9.18%)
- Georgia: Mariam Bigvava – “I Believe” – 326 votes (8.72%)
- Serbia: Katarina Savić – “Svet Bez Granica” 181 votes (4.84%)
- Italy: Chanel Dilecta – “BLA BLA BLA” – 158 votes (4.23%)
- Portugal: Nicolas Alves – “Anos 70” – 138 votes (3.69%)
- Poland: Laura – “To The Moon” – 124 votes (3.32%)
- Malta: Gaia Gambuzza – “Diamonds In The Skies” – 107 votes (2.86%)
- Kazakhstan: David Charlin – “Jer-Ana (Mother Earth)” – 99 votes (2.65%)
- Albania Kejtlin Gjata – “Pakëz Diell” – 94 votes (2.52%)
- North Macedonia: Lara feat. Jovan & Irina – “Životot E Pred Mene” – 94 votes (2.52%)
- France: Lissandro – “Oh Maman!” – 88 votes (2.35%)
- Ukraine: Zlata Dziunka – “Nezlamna (Unbreakable)” – 1.86% (70 votes)
Total Votes: 3,737
Do you agree with our poll results? Is Freya Skye from the UK your pick to lift the Junior Eurovision 2022 trophy? Let us know in the comments below.
Malta deserved much much more. Gaia was amazing. a talented performer. she ruled the stage with her attitude. great vocals too. Staging was excellent. so disappointed with the result. Luna should have placed higher as well. what about Poland? Sorry JESC 2022 you were crazy this year! Many feel awful because of the bad results.
This is exactly my top 4. Also, not France being 15th on Wiwibloggs yet winning it all. It truly was so unexpected and random that France won.
Me too Sophie is amazing
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Please take a moment to vote for Ireland in the Junior Eurovision. Vote Sophie lennon for Ireland the best.
This girl has worked so hard and is an amazing singer and preformer.
Spain is such a DARK HORSE!!
There’s nothing junior about the song, feels like it could be performed on a regular eurovison stage.
Her song feels like it was written for a 25-year-old and just given to her.
JESC has gone downhill, just as ESC, unfortunately.
I just hope Ukraine doesn’t get pity votes again.
I don’t get why people are criticising this song for being ‘too adult’ or something similar, kids the age of the ones competing in this show aren’t listening to ‘kids music’, they’re listening to the same chart music as a lot of people do, which means that this song appeals to a wider demographic, hence why it’s popular. I doubt Ukraine will win from pity votes. Stefania won because partly pity, but also they had a solid entry that would have finished high regardless. With all due respect, Nezlamna isn’t nearly as good as Stefania, and the war in Ukraine… Read more »
This is public broadcasting, and should do better. That’s why.
I can see Ireland winning! Actually, everyone in top 5 has a chance.
It’s a bit funny to me that she climbed up the poll here as she wasn’t the winner pre-rehearsals and we didn’t even get to hear her live However, I wish her to get well as soon as possible and have the best performance she can because her song is amazing, the staging is great and according to other videos of her performing, she CAN sing, so I’m quite confident about her ? I really do wish to see Ireland as high as possible because it’s time the fandom gives some love (and votes) to the Irish culture in JESC… Read more »
Sophie is an amazing singer I’ve heard her on numerous occasions. She is resting as unwell. Ul see her today. ??
Go team Ireland