Junior Eurovision

Junior Eurovision: It’s Misha Smirnov for Russia!

The Russian final has taken place a few minutes ago and Misha Smirnov will represent the biggest country at Junior Eurovision 2015!

Born in Moscow, Misha is 12 years old and he will sing “Mechta”:


About Misha Smirnov:

Misha Smirnov is a talented young singer and actor from Moscow, the capital of Russia. He is already well known in the country, as he took part in the second season of “The Voice” (Golos Deti) where he was finalist. Misha has also played some main characters in several musicals like “The Treasure Island” or “Blood Brothers”.

18 acts competed at today’s show:

  1. “4 Frames” Band – Ulybnis’
  2. Camelia Pedan – Zhar-Ptitsa
  3. Sonya Lapshakova – A Ya Smogu!
  4. Vilena Hikmatullina – Vyshe Neba
  5. Alexandra Gorodetskaya – Parol’
  6. Darya Kim – Letat
  7. Misha Smirnov – Mechta
  8. Maria Mirova – Letat’
  9. Duet Vilena Hikmatullina and Katya Maneshina – Begi
  10. Eden Golan – Schast’yo
  11. Anna Tomilo – Ya Narisuyu
  12. Katya Maneshina – Ya Vybirayu Svet
  13. Duo “Caramel Sky” – Tvist-Syurpriz
  14. Yulia Asessorova – Oblaka
  15. Ekaterina Bizina – Otkroy Glaza
  16. Milana Pavlova – Pyatyy Okean 
  17. Darya Pereverzeva – Mir
  18. Sofya Fedorova – Zvezdopad

The winner was decided by a 50-50 combination of on-line voting and professional jury, made up of Igor Krutoy, Filipp Kirkorov, Yuliya Savicheva, Nyusha, Yuliya Nachalova, Alina Kukushkina and Vitaliy Gogunskiy. Misha Smirnov got the second place (10 points) in the public voting while he first in juries (12 points).

The on-line voting ended as it follows:





What do you think about the Russian choice?



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    Claus Michael

    September 25, 2015 at 21:45

    Thats just wikipedia! don’t trust Wikipedia!

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    Ria NL

    September 26, 2015 at 22:49

    Congratulations Misha !! Ilike the song a lot !! Good Luck Russia !!

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