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Serbia confirms Junior Eurovision 2018 participation

RTS has revealed to ESCplus that they will compete at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018, which will take place on 25 November in Minsk. Serbia made its debut as an independent country in 2006 and they will celebrate their 10th participation at this year’s edition. Further details will be revealed in due course.

Yes, we will take part in this year’s competition. Till now we don’t have other information.”, RTS’s Silvana Grujic told ESCplus.

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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One thought on “Serbia confirms Junior Eurovision 2018 participation

  1. There’s still time left for Bulgaria to change their minds about returning. I also want Albania, Australia, Italy, Malta, and Ukraine to show up, and for Slovenia to return now that they qualified for the grand final at the regular Eurovision. I think Cyprus and Macedonia will both from the Junior version withdraw for one year because of the bad results in Tbilisi and return in 2019. After all, Junior Eurovision 2018 is aiming for 18 competing countries. Here’s my prediction:

    * Albania
    * Armenia
    * Belarus (of course!)
    * Bulgaria (if they change their minds and decide to return)
    * France
    * Georgia
    * Ireland
    * Italy
    * Macedonia
    * Malta
    * Netherlands
    * Poland
    * Portugal
    * Russia
    * Serbia
    * Slovenia (they’ll of course have to get used to the current format)
    * Ukraine
    * Wales

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