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For a full review of their potential entry for , check out this article on our partner website Eurovision Union. Check out our thoughts for next year below.
For , Denmark picked a song in a genre they are most familiar with. A sweet pop song, but a recognisable chorus.
It has given them success in the past, but also massive failures. Mainly that depends on the performance of the artist s. Denmark has a nice opportunity to come up with something better for the contest in The Netherlands next year.
Their DMGP format his its strengths, but also weaknesses. Originally, unlike its adult version, the winning country did not receive the rights to host the next contest.
However for the contests from to , the winning country had first refusal on hosting the next competition. Italy used this clause in to decline to host the contest after their victory in On 15 October , the EBU announced a return to the original system in , claiming that it would help provide broadcasters with a greater amount of time to prepare, ensuring the continuation of the contest into the future.
For a country to be eligible for potential participation in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest , it needs to be an active member of the EBU. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Redirected from JESC This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedia's deletion policy. On 18 June , the EBU announced that pre-recorded backing vocals will be allowed for one year.
The use of recorded backing vocals will be entirely optional. Each delegation can choose to use backing singers, whether on or off stage.
A combination of live and recorded backing vocals will be also allowed. All lead vocals performing the melody of the song, including an eventual use of a so-called lead dub, shall still be live on or off stage in the arena.
On 17 November , the EBU confirmed that the semi-final allocation draw for the contest won't be held. Instead, the semi-finals will feature the same line-up of countries as determined by the draw for the contest's semi-finals, which was held on 28 January at Rotterdam's City Hall and hosted by contest presenters Chantal Janzen, Jan Smit and Edsilia Rombley.
The draw also determined which semifinal each of the six automatic qualifiers — the Big Five plus the Netherlands — would have to vote in.
Lenny Kuhr ,  one of the winners of the contest , and Alexander Rybak ,  winner of the contest , who were both due to perform at the cancelled contest, have expressed willingness to perform at the event.
The EBU announced on 26 October that forty-one countries would participate in the contest, featuring the same line-up of countries that were set to participate in the cancelled edition.
Bulgaria and Ukraine will mark their return to the contest after their absences from the contest, while Hungary and Montenegro were confirmed as non-returning following their latest appearances in After the cancellation of the contest, the following countries' participating broadcasters announced that, for the contest, they would internally select the same artists initially selected for Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Georgia, Greece, Iceland, Israel, Latvia, Malta, Moldova, the Netherlands, Romania, San Marino, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland and Ukraine.
Discounting , so far, the contest is set to feature three representatives who also previously performed as lead vocalists for the same country, and three artists who participated in other Eurovision events or as backing vocalists for the same or for another country.
Natalia Gordienko represented Moldova at the final alongside Arsenium in Seventeen countries will participate in the first semi-final.
Those countries plus Germany, Italy and the Netherlands will vote in this semi-final. Eighteen countries will participate in the second semi-final.
Those countries plus France, Spain and the United Kingdom will vote in this semi-final. Twenty-six countries will participate in the final, composing of the host country, the Big Five , and the ten best-ranked entries of each of the two semifinals.
All forty-one participating countries will vote in the final. Eligibility for potential participation in the Eurovision Song Contest requires a national broadcaster with active EBU membership that would be able to broadcast the contest via the Eurovision network.
The EBU issued an invitation of participation in the contest to all active members. Associate member Australia does not need an invitation for the contest, as it had previously been granted permission to participate at least until All participating broadcasters may choose to have on-site or remote commentators providing an insight about the show to their local audience and, while they must broadcast at least the semi-final they are voting in and the final, most broadcasters air all three shows with different programming plans.
Similarly, some non-participating broadcasters may still want to air the contest. Eurovision Song Contest Participation map. Participating countries in the first semi-final.
Pre-qualified for the final but also voting in the first semi-final. Participating countries in the second semi-final.
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