Junior Eurovision 2023 is fast approaching. Young singers from 16 countries will perform at the contest in Nice, France, on 26 November. And now we know all the songs they’ll be singing.

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 this year’s contest as our lyrics posts are published over the next few weeks.

Then, once you’re ready, head down to the poll and vote for your favourites.

Junior Eurovision 2023 participants

Click on the song titles to listen to each entry.

Poll: Which is your favourite song from Junior Eurovision 2023?

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 Wednesday 15 November.

Which countries are you rooting for in Junior Eurovision 2023? 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.

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Hannah
Hannah
3 months ago

I think that France has the best song but I still enjoy Spain,Netherlands and Poland

Saph
Saph
3 months ago

Honestly why do people hack votes so their country gets to the top? It’s not gonna make anyone like the song any more and just seems like attention seeking because someone else is doing better than you

James
James
3 months ago

Spain’s song is the catchiest this year. It’s the only one I remember at first listen. It is a potential winner for sure

vetrina
vetrina
3 months ago

I think France will win again! The “Armenian” song is BLACKPINK af!

Florin
Florin
3 months ago

Armenia, France, Spain and The Netherlands are the best ??

Peter
Peter
3 months ago

Spain or Armenia are the winners. I love both songs.

Sam90
Sam90
3 months ago

I Think Spain will win JESC 2023. Madrid or Barcelona 2024?

Vanuatu
Vanuatu
3 months ago

Netherlands, Portugal & Armenia

Erik
Erik
3 months ago

I don’t see a clear favorite, and it is exciting

Yasser
Yasser
3 months ago

I just have to said that I dont see any ballads winning, if one would, it will be a huge surprise.

XOOOD
XOOOD
3 months ago

The Netherlands FTW.

Marty McCU
Marty McCU
3 months ago

Is seems like an all girl contest this year except Georgia and NL. But no boys as a solo artist. Could either these two countries win. ?

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago
Reply to  Marty McCU

The victory is not decided according the genre of the performers….

SimboGreen
SimboGreen
3 months ago

You’re right, however it will help make the acts stand out in a sea of female talent. A good performance with something that stands out as different will net a lot of votes

XOOOD
XOOOD
3 months ago

I get where is he coming from, remember 2014 when Italy sent the only male contestant and won.

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago
Reply to  XOOOD

Ok but I don’t think it’s the reason why he won, he stood out for sure, and it helped certainly, but it’s not the main reason why he won. He was a very good performer and the song was efficient.

We’re Up in Space, Man!
We’re Up in Space, Man!
3 months ago

A lot of girl ballads or groups this year!

Ria van de Velde
Ria van de Velde
3 months ago

I love most of the songs very much. But my favorites are : N. Macedonia, Ireland, Estonia, Germany and Georgia.

Saph
Saph
3 months ago

This poll definitely seems more realistic than the one on Eurovisionworld gotta say haha, it seems to get a lot of fake votes over there

Saph
Saph
3 months ago
Reply to  Saph

Aaaand just as I say that the huge sudden spike in fake votes for Spain hits here too… Ugh

Héctor
Héctor
3 months ago

I find the songs from The Netherlands, the UK and Spain enjoyable. I actually think one of them has to win and has the best chance. We have Ukraine there too. The four of them are the best in each own field. The Netherlands: danceable and romantic teenage-friendly electronic banger. Uplifting and easy-to-listen. Spain: the most kid-friendly entry (alongside Ukraine), colourful, happy and catchy. Uplifting and easy-to-listen too. The UK: the most teenage-friendly entry (alongside The Netherlands and maybe Armenia). Catchy whistle break, danceable, girl band with attitude, probably with an interesting staging. I’d consider the English language a plus… Read more »

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago
Reply to  Héctor

Armenia has the biggest sound of this edition, the most trendy, France has the biggest and longest high note of this edition, North Macedonia has this beautiful ethnic sound that appeal to a lot of people. How they are not strong. I know you want to make Spain appear as the best etc, your right but be realistic about the others.

Tino
Tino
3 months ago

I think Armenia has the best shot here! I like UK too but I have a bad feeling about the live performance. Spain is very Disney Channel, it could work but it’s a bit too repetitive. France and The Netherlands have a good chance to be in top 5 too. Finally North Macedonia and Germany could pull something out but I don’t see them winning. North Macedonia simply because it’s the kind of song that just can’t win junior, Germany because the song is not good enough but the performer seems great and she will probably gain a lot of… Read more »

Scrooged
Scrooged
3 months ago
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dissapointed
dissapointed
3 months ago

well right now my three votes are for the Netherlands Spain and Armenia but I’m really, really just hoping the UK doesn’t win. The music video is exceptionally suggestive and it makes me extremely uncomfortable that it’s both directed and choreographed by men (Dan Shipton and Kieran Daley-Ward). It’s acts like that which put me off watching JESC sometimes although I do enjoy it

Pauly
Pauly
3 months ago

I’d like to see Spain or the UK winning.

Bejba
Bejba
3 months ago

Armenia And Germany Are Most Child Apropriete I Think It Is Between Them and Spain

CatcoolH
CatcoolH
3 months ago

My favourites are North Macedonia and the UK, but I also really like France, Germany and Armenia

GojoSatoru
GojoSatoru
3 months ago

I only care about North Macedonia and Germany. I don’t like the entry of my country: The Netherlands.

clothespin
clothespin
3 months ago

I like Germany’s song. Good vocals, good message. I saw a snippet of the rehearsal and I am excited! She could potentially win the juries (1-5), and I think it would do more than well with the televote (4-7). Im not saying it’s a potential winner, but I think it can make it to the top 3.

Yasser
Yasser
3 months ago

I like Spain, it’s too junior and catchy…and Sandra is singing about her experience of life as a child…

ANDREW BROWN
ANDREW BROWN
3 months ago

If youre going for quality songs then its Armenia Ireland & UK.

If youre going for child friendly age appropriate to the word junior then Spain & Ukraine

Surprise not applicable to either category Germany

DonutLover
DonutLover
3 months ago

Overall weak year imo but France, North Macedonia and Georgia are my favourites, Netherlands and Germany are also very good. I get the hype around Armenia and UK just not my cup of tea..

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago

Only children should decide the winner. This is for them. No adults should vote.

Jofty
Jofty
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Don’t they allow 3 years old to vote in Sweden? They probably called up for Loreen from the kindergarten

Sam
Sam
3 months ago
Reply to  Jofty

Actually they didn’t vote for Loreen (only gave her 1 point), but voted for Theoz, M&Ms and Smash into Pieces instead 😉

Jofty
Jofty
3 months ago
Reply to  Sam

OK, perhaps there should be at least one 3 year old on all national juries moving forwards. Wonder how you could bribe them though. Haribo and Kinder Eggs?

We’re Up in Space, Man!
We’re Up in Space, Man!
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

What if you live in country where adults have to look after children with their internet safety?

esc_fl
esc_fl
3 months ago

Armenia, Estonia, France, Netherlands, North Macedonia, United Kingdom. I don’t really have one that stands out; this year is strong!

esc_fl
esc_fl
3 months ago
Reply to  esc_fl

And Spain!

DutchTurkk
DutchTurkk
3 months ago

North Macedonia for the win. If they were to send these kinds of songs to the adult Eurovision, they would qualify with ease. Such a pity…

Yasser
Yasser
3 months ago
Reply to  DutchTurkk

I think it is too adult and NM doesnt get great televote, I dont know if it can win…

Yasser
Yasser
3 months ago
Reply to  DutchTurkk

I think the same, for the adult competition it would be a bop…

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
3 months ago

North Macedonia have the best song in a weak year.

Estonia, Germany, Armenia and Georgia all stand out to varying degrees but after that, it’s all a vit uninteresting to me.

Yasser
Yasser
3 months ago
Reply to  Briekimchi

For an adult point of view but I dont know if the kids judges will like the song, for me it’s too serious…and in the televote NM dont get well…

yaremturkiye
yaremturkiye
3 months ago

North Macedonia would be ideal, but I would be equally happy if Spain, Netherlands or Armenia won

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago

Netherlands, of course i’m dutch, so i am supporting us for another win, and i will also vote for ourselves

Nikita Zhukov
Nikita Zhukov
3 months ago

I think it’s time for North Macedonia to win
They deserve it, the song is excellent
Will be rooting hard for them

Polegend Godnova
3 months ago

i really love germany’s song, and FIA looks like a legend in the making