Junior Eurovision

Poll Results: This is your winner of Junior Eurovision 2017

Junior Eurovision 2017 will take place today live from Tbilisi’s Olympic Palace and we already have the results of our ESC+Plus special prediction! A lot of votes have been received throughout these past days and they have been all verified, thus the spam voting is now eliminated. Take a look at the results below!

Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017

VideoBelarus: Helena Meraai - I Am The One1825
VideoRussia: Polina Bogusevich - Wings1821
VideoAustralia: Isabella Clarke - Speak Up1392
VideoPoland: Alicja Rega - Mój Dom1209
VideoThe Netherlands: FOURCE - Love Me1062
VideoFYR Macedonia: Mina Blažev - Dancing Through Life1055
VideoMalta: Gianluca Cilia - Dawra Tond1055
VideoArmenia: Misha - Boomerang972
VideoCyprus: Nicole Nicolaou - I Wanna Be A Star928
VideoUkraine: Anastasiya Baginska - Don´t Stop887
VideoItaly: Maria Iside Fiore - Scelgo840
VideoGeorgia: Grigol Kipshidze - Voice Of The Heart648
VideoIreland: Muireann McDonnell - Suile Glasa643
VideoPortugal: Mariana Venâncio - Youtuber553
VideoSerbia: Irina Brodić & Jana Paunović - Ceo Svet Je Naš464
VideoAlbania: Ana Kodra - Don’t Touch My Tree (Mos Ma Prekni Pemen)422

Number of voters: 251

Helena Meraai from Belarus has taken the victory in our poll! Although this does not match in any way with the final result we will see in a couple of hours, it could still be an orientation to see how the taste of our users is going through.

16 countries will take part at this year’s competition, Helen Kalandadze and Lizi Pop will introduce them to Europe and the world, whilst last year’s winner Mariam Mamadashvili and 2015 Georgian act in the contest, The Virus will perform on stage. There will also be a special performance by the hosts, as well as some traditional Georgian dances.

Thanks to everyone who voted and good luck to all the participants of this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest. This is just a prediction and although everyone deserves the victory, there has to be a winner… but now the question is: will we be having the same winner later on?

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