The last stage of “The Best Of JESC” is now closed! It´s time to announce the winner!
20 qualifiers from two previous semi-finals have competed in the Grand Final:
- Croatia 2003 – Dino Jelusić – Ti Si Moja Prva Ljubav
- Denmark 2003 – Anne – Arabiens Drøm
- Serbia 2010 – Sonja Škorić – Čarobna Noć
- Belgium 2009 – Laura – Zo Verliefd (Yodelo)
- Belarus 2011 – Lidiya Zablotskaya – Angely Dobra
- Bulgaria 2007 – Bon-Bon – BonBolandia
- Ukraine 2012 – Anastasiya Petryk – Nebo
- Armenia 2007 – Arevik – Erazanq
- San Marino 2013 – Michele Perniola – O-o-O Sole Intorno A Me
- United Kingdom 2004 – Cory Spedding – The Best Is Yet To Come
- The Netherlands 2011 – Rachel – Teenager
- Lithuania 2008 – Eglė Jurgaitytė – Laiminga Diena
- Israel 2012 – Kids.il – Let The Music Win
- Sweden 2006 – Molly Sandén – Det finaste någon kan få
- Norway 2005 – Malin – Sommer Og Skolefri
- Malta 2013 – Gaia Cauchi – The Start
- Russia 2009 – Ekaterina Ryabova – Malenkiy Prints
- Spain 2004 – Maria Isabel – Antes Muerta Que Sencilla
- Moldova 2011 – Lerika – No, No
- Latvia 2010 – Šarlote & Sea Stones – Viva La Dance
The winner of The Best of JESC 2014 is Russia! Ekaterina Ryabova with the song “Malenkiy Prints” has got the gold medal!
Russia has won the competition while Belgium with Laura and the song “Zo verfield” has come second. The Netherlands has got the third place with Rachel and her song “Teenager“.
ABOUT THE GAME
ESC+Plus.com along with JESCipedia, the junioreurosong. net forum and the Junior Eurovision group on VK.com launched “The Best of JESC” some weeks ago to choose the best song in the Junior Eurovision history as well as the best song each country has ever sent to the contest!
This is how it worked:
- Songs to compete in 2014 haven’t been included.
- Different post devoted to each participating country have been published including the history of each country at Junior Eurovision as well as a link to the poll where you have been able to vote for your favourite songs on ESC+Plus You
- Each country’s polls has been opened for two days from 15.00 to 15.00 CET.
- The game has included two semi-finals and the winner of each country has qualified to compete in one of them. Some countries only sent one song to the contest which has automatically qualified for the semi-finals.
- The semi-finals qualifiers and final winner have been selected by a mix of professional jury and public vote (50/50).
Each semi-final has included 16 songs randomly chosen:
|First Semi-Final||Second Semi-Final:|
|1. Moldova||1. San Marino|
|2. Spain||2. Sweden|
|3. France||3. Armenia|
|4. Latvia||4. Malta|
|5. Azerbaijan||5. FYR Macedonia|
|6. Serbia||6. Belarus|
|7. Croatia||7. Russia|
|8. Israel||8. Bulgaria|
|9. Ukraine||9. Serbia & Montenrgro|
|10. Lithuania||10. Romania|
|11. Denmark||11. Norway|
|12. Greece||12. The Netherlands|
|13. Poland||13. Switzerland|
|14. Belgium||14. Cyprus|
|15. Portugal||15. Georgia|
|16. Albania||16. United Kingdom|
- SEMIFINAL 1
- SEMIFINAL 2
Thanks for voting and following our game!