Junior Eurovision

Junior Eurovision: Serbia opens submissions for 2018 national selection

RTS has opened submission for their national selection for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018. The winner will be selected by a professional jury panel.

All interested candidates can submit their applications until the 1st of September following the rules published by the broadcaster. To name a few:

  • The contestant must be aged 9-14 as of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest day (25 November) and be a citizen of Serbia.
  • A singer, musician or dancer featured in the performance must be the author of the song lyrics and/or music and/or arrangement and can be assisted by music professionals and other experts in creating the lyrics, music and arrangement. The mentioned professionals must also be Serbian citizens.
  • The performance must feature up to 6 people on stage.
  • The song must have a duration of between 2.30 to 3.00 minutes.
  • The song must be written in Serbian or any other official language from the country.
  • The song mustn’t have been made public before May 1, 2018.
  • The full set of rules can be found here (In Serbian).

According to RTS, the winner will be the one with the most points from a jury panel. A televised national final hasn’t been confirmed yet.

In 2017, the duo of musicians and YouTubers Irina Brodić & Jana Paunović represented Serbia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest after winning the national final. They reached the 10th place with their self-written song “Ceo svet je naš”.

Confirmed Countries So Far

Eight countries have confirmed official participation until the date:

  • Belarus
  • Russia
  • Georgia
  • Armenia
  • Wales
  • Serbia
  • France
  • The Netherlands

Which countries do you want to see at Junior Eurovision 2018?

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