Junior Eurovision: Take a look at this year’s trophy design!

The trophy that Destiny will hand over to this year’s winner, runner-up and the contestant coming on the final 3rd place, has just been presented during EBU and PBS press conference inside the press conference room whilst everything and everyone is getting ready for the appointment, coming up on Sunday. The trophy is made with Mdina Glass from Malta itself. “The form in the center represents the world and the structure surrounding it, how Malta embraces it”, as a explained by John Bundy, PBS recently appointed CEO.

ESC+Plus has been in Valletta for the past few weeks bringing you exclusive material about the whole thing and we also want to give your our own trophy to you, our very own thanks to you for keeping on following our website to know the latest updates about the EBU events!

How much are you impressed by this year’s trophy? Do you like it? Share your thoughts and impressions on our social media platforms or below!

About Adrián Valiente (Spain)

Adrián Valiente (Spain)

I love the Eurovision Song Contest not only because of its amazing production but it also gives me the chance to discover new music every year.
I’ve been watching it since 2002, since then I became a huge follower, mostly because of the interest TVE put on it with Rosa from Spain.
I’ve attended the contest several times in the last few years. I also attended the Junior Eurovision in Malta and Bulgaria where we lived an amazing experience thanks to all delegations and PBS/BNT organising team.

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