Junior Eurovision 2019 split voting results revealed

It’s been a hectic day at Gliwice Arena which has ended with Poland taking the trophy for the second consecutive year. The country is ready to host the competition in 2020. Meanwhile, it’s time for delegations to analyse the results and prepare for the upcoming edition.

A combination of a two-round online audience vote decided 50% of the outcome, while the other half was determined by a professional jury panel in each country, made up of adults and kids. A record 3.77 million votes were received in the on-line voting.

EBU has just revealed the split results of this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest. So, fans and media can now know how the winner was decided furtherly. The full information about the 2019 results is available here.

The final scoreboard looks as follows:

Poland’s Viki Gabor won the sixteenth edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest with the song ‘Superhero’. 19 countries took part in the contest, which was broadcast live from Gliwice Arena in Poland.

Eurovision, Junior Eurovision

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