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Full Running order for Junior Eurovision 2019 published

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The running order for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 has been published. Check it now!

Earlier today, a draw determined which countries will open and close the show, as well as the running position of the host country Poland. After that, it was up to the producers of the show to decide the full running order for Sunday’s contest.

You can find the running order of Junior Eurovision 2019 below:

source: junioreurovision.tv

19 countries will compete at this year’s Junior Eurovision, which sees the return of Spain after 13 years, and the withdrawal of Azerbaijan and Israel. The 2019 contest will take place on November 24 in Gliwice-Silesia under the motto #shareTheJOY. Poland will host Junior Eurovision for the first time after the victory of Roksana Węgiel in 2018. Roksana herself, Ida Nowakowska and Aleksander Sikora will present the show live from Gliwice Arena.

Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019

Spain: Melani García - Marte7929
France : Carla - Bim Bam Toi5456
Poland: Wiktoria Gabor - Superhero4758
Armenia: Karina Ignatyan - Colours Of Your Dream3543
North Macedonia: Mila Moskov - Fire3447
Serbia: Darija Vračević - Raise Your Voice3201
Ireland: Anna Kearney - Banshee2621
The Netherlands: Matheu - Dans Met Jou2456
Italy: Marta Viola - La Voce Della Terra2434
Ukraine: Sophia Ivanko - The Spirit of Music2325
Malta: Eliana Gomez Blanco - We Are More2252
Portugal: Joana Almeida - Vem Comigo (Come With Me)2081
Albania: Isea Çili - Mikja ime fëmijëri2076
Kazakhstan: Yerzhan Maksim - Armanyńnan Qalma1984
Australia: Jordan Anthony - We Will Rise1959
Belarus: Liza Misnikova - Pepelny (Ashen)1518
Wales: Erin Mai - Calon yn Curo (Heart Beating)1517
Russia: Tatyana Mezhentseva & Denberel Oorzhak - A Time For Us1457
Georgia: Giorgi Rostiashvili - We Need A Love1169



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    beccaboo1212

    November 19, 2019 at 00:49

    Meanwhile, millions of people are complaining about the running order. To calm them down, the following past entries performed in the first half and got good results. These include…

    * Croatia 2003 (performed second, winner, 134 points)
    * Belarus 2003 (performed 4th, finished 4th, 103 points)
    * France 2004 (performed 6th, finished 6th, 78 points)
    * Greece 2005 (opened the show, finished 6th, 88 points)
    * Denmark 2005 (performed 2nd, finished 4th, 121 points)
    * Romania 2005 (performed 4th, finished 5th, 89 points)
    * Romania 2006 (performed 4th, 6th, 80 points)
    * Spain 2006 (performed 6th, finished 4th, 90 points)
    * Serbia 2006 (performed 7th, finished 5th, 81 points)
    * Georgia 2007 (opened the show, finished 4th, 116 points)
    * Armenia 2007 (performed 3rd, runner-up, 136 points)
    * Russia 2007 (performed 6th, finished 6th, 105)
    * Belarus 2008 (performed 3rd, finished 6th, 86 points)
    * Georgia 2008 (performed 6th, winner, 154 points)
    * Sweden 2009 (opened the show, finished 6th, 68 points)
    * Russia 2009 (performed 2nd, runner-up, 116 points)
    * Armenia 2009 (performed 3rd, runner-up, 116 points)
    * Georgia 2009 (performed 6th, finished 6th, 68 points)
    * Netherlands 2009 (performed 7th, winner, 121 points)
    * Lithuania 2010 (opened the show, finished 6th, 67 points)
    * Serbia 2010 (performed 4th, finished 3rd, 113 points)
    * Russia 2010 (performed 7th, runner-up, 119 points)
    * Russia 2011 (opened the show, finished 4th, 99 points)
    * Moldova 2011 (performed 3rd, finished 6th, 78 points)
    * Armenia 2011 (performed 4th, finished 5th, 85 points)
    * Sweden 2012 (performed 2nd, finished 6th, 70 points)
    * Belgium 2012 (performed 4th, finished 5th, 72 points)
    * Russia 2012 (performed 5th, finished 4th, 88 points)
    * Armenia 2013 (performed 3rd, finished 6th, 69 points)
    * Ukraine 2013 (performed 6th, runner-up, 121 points)
    * Bulgaria 2014 (performed 2nd, runner-up, 147 points)
    * Ukraine 2014 (performed 8th, finished 6th, 74 points)
    * Slovenia 2015 (performed 3rd, finished 3rd, 112 points)
    * Russia 2015 (finished 8th, finished 6th, 80 points)
    * Armenia 2016 (performed 2nd, runner-up, 232 points)
    * Russia 2016 (performed 4th, finished 4th, 202 points)
    * Malta 2016 (performed 5th, finished 6th, 191 points)
    * Netherlands 2017 (performed 3rd, finished 4th, 156 points)
    * Armenia 2017 (performed 4th, finished 6th, 148 points)
    * Belarus 2017 (performed 5th, finished 5th, 149 points)
    * Ukraine 2018 (opened the show, finished 4th, 182 points)
    * Kazakhstan 2018 (performed 3rd, finished 6th, 171 points)

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