The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022 is now history. Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, hosted the 20th edition of the popular children’s contest with great success. The contest returned to the Caucasus after the victory of Maléna and her “Qami Qami” in Paris 2021.
On Sunday, 11 December from 16:00 CET, the Karen Demirchyan Complex hosted the show which was presented by Iveta Mukuchyan, Garik Papoyan and Karina Ignatyan.
The show lasted about 2 hours and 30 minutes and the 16 contestant artists shone on the impressive stage of the festival. In addition, Armenian artists Malena, winner of Junior Eurovision 2021, and Rosa Linn, the country’s representative at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022, were part of a show at the highest level. There was also time to look back on the 19 previous songs in an emotional number that retraced the great and successful history of the contest
In the end, Lissandro with his song “Oh Maman! managed to win the coveted crystal microphone thanks to 203 points from the national juries and the viewers through online voting.
Viewing figures across Europe
The 20th edition of Junior Eurovision has been broadcast live in 17 countries, including all participants and Germany, which despite not participating, has decided to broadcast the competition on its children’s channel KiKa.
Here are the audience figures for Eurovision Junior 2022 on the different European TV channels that broadcast the contest:
This data will be updated on a regular basis
LAST UPDATED: 12 DECEMBER 2022 – 10:03 A.M
Sources: Kantar Media / Dos 30′ / SKO / Ozap
(The data provided in this article always take into account the data provided by the independent companies in charge of measuring audiences in the different countries, not the channels that broadcast it, which usually provide biased or distorted data)