Take a look at the first rehearsal of the Georgian delegation!

EBU has published few moments ago has published videos and photos from Georgia’s first rehearsals at the Junior Eurovision 2021 stage.

Here you can watch a teaser from Georgia’s first rehearsal:

This year’s Junior Eurovision edition will be again on-site, all delegations have travelled to Paris under a strict safety protocol and now they are making their rehearsals at the arena. After these lines, you can see a gallery with images of the delegation first contact with the stage and cameras.

Andres Putting / EBU
Andres Putting / EBU
Andres Putting / EBU
Andres Putting / EBU
Andres Putting / EBU
Andres Putting / EBU

ABOUT Niko Kajaia

Nikoloz fame came after participating in the 2021 edition of Ranina. After passing throw five rounds singing versions of famous songs from the history of music, like “Amar Pelos Dois” by Salvador Sobral, one of his references. Nikoloz will be in Paris after having won his ticket in the Ranina grand final.

The song he will sing is ‘Let’s Count the Smiles’. It is written in Georgian, English and has some parts in French. It was composed by Giga Kukhianidze, composer of the three Georgian’s songs that have won Junior Eurovision. He has also written the songs for Georgia’s Junior Eurovision entries in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2020. He has written spot them in his composition school, the Bzikebi studios. The writer of the song’s lyrics is Irina Sanikidze.


After a gap year with pre-recorded performances because of the Covid-19 pandemic, this year the hope of the Junior Eurovision contest come to stage again. Paris will be the light of this hope and as Junior Eurovision 2021 claim says, they will invite all of us to ‘Imagine’ again as if we were kids.

La Seine Musicale is the place where the dreams will come true this Christmas time, with this year’s amazing show where 19 countries will try to get the Eurovision Junior’s trophy.

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