Junior Eurovision

Junior Eurovision: Meet the 12 Welsh semifinalists

At yesterday’s episode, S4C revealed the identity of the 12 candidates that went through to the mentoring stage following live auditions. However, only six of them will compete at the national final that will be broadcast live from Venue Cymru in Llandudno on September 24.

A professional jury panel made up of Connie Fisher, Lloyd Macey and Tara Bethan decided that the following hopefuls qualified for the mentoring stage of Chwilio Am Seren:

  • Carys
  • Cerys TJ
  • Cerys H
  • Erin
  • Henry
  • Mackenzie
  • Mared
  • Maya
  • Osian
  • Rhiannon
  • Sophie
  • Y Minis

You can watch some of the auditions below:

The Next Episode

“Imagine your average Saturday shopping afternoon at your local shopping centre, walking around and finding yourself in the middle of Junior Eurovision glitter with music being performed by some of the country’s best young performers.

This happened to hundreds of shoppers at Swansea Quadrant Shopping Centre when the Junior Eurovision Stage landed in the centre of the city as the S4C series Chwilio am Seren Junior Eurovision Cymru continues across the nation.

Having seen the emotion of saying goodbye to new friends in last week’s episode, it is time to prepare the final twelve acts for their next challenge, to become a step closer to winning a ticket to represent Wales in Minsk.

After long discussions and some battles, the mentoring process has officially begun with the three mentors, Connie Fisher, Stifyn Parri and Tara Bethan having all selected their own four acts. All three mentors are very happy with the 12 acts and believe they will all shine and could claim their place on the Eurovision stage.

But how will the performers respond to the mentoring process and will the performers be ready to face a live audience in Swansea?

During the programme Chwilio am Seren Junior Eurovision on Tuesday, September 17 on S4C, we will see how the performers cope under pressure, and how some individuals raise the roof with Welsh performances, although they are not fluent in Welsh. Above all, we will see how some acts bring loads of Swansea shoppers to tears with their outstanding performances.

During some performances, you can hear a pin drop in the shopping centre which just goes to prove how talented these young performers are. Twelve acts are closer to winning the ticket to represent Wales at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Gliwice, Poland. But who will receive their key to the final from the mentors following the performances this week?”, explained S4C.

You can find the schedule below:

  • First Episode – September 3
  • Second Episode – September 10
  • Third Episode – September 17
  • Live Final – September 24

At the final, the six contenders will perform in Welsh as they would in Gliwice. A combination of a panel of industry experts and an audience vote will select who will wave the country’s flag in Junior Eurovision.

Free tickets for the final show can now be requested on the official website of the project.



Source : eurovision-fr.net / S4C

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