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15 thoughts on “Denmark: DR Has No Plans To Return To JESC”

  1. JESC Rule #197: Countries that have been out of Junior Eurovision for what seems like forever must NOT claim their withdrawal to be a “permanent” withdrawal. That can make millions of JESC fans angry. For example, Denmark and Norway snubbed Junior Eurovision for Melodi Grand Prix Nordic (MGP Nordic) in 2006. People back then kept thinking that they could lose those two nations from JESC forever! The United Kingdom (UK) also withdrew that year. Croatia and Spain withdrew in 2007, due to organizing difficulties (IF I’m correct…), whilst Portugal withdrew in 2008 due to a lack of interest. Greece was gone in 2009, whilst Cyprus and Romania were packing up and leaving the contest in 2010. Albania, Belgium, and Israel all withdrew in 2013. Now who knows? At least one of those countries could easily return in 2014 (in a good way :D)!! Fingers crossed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. first ireland but tg4 has interest than norway than belgium en now danmark who is next spain and france
    later it wil be a east european contest

    1. Spain is interested in Jesc. Yago Fandiño Said it and they could Return to Jesc.Also the New Clan TVE Format include paneuropean competitions

  3. I can tell you now the UK will never return to JESC either, it just wouldn’t get enough viewership here, young children in this country wouldn’t be interested in hearing foreign languages sadly.

    1. It’s the old joke. Britishs doesn’t make an effort for learn foreign languages. Jesc could help the New Generation for learn foreign languages no?

      1. It would be helpful, but the new generation probably wouldn’t see JESC or ESC as educational, they take after their parents thats the problem, they would see it as something to mock and laugh about.

        They are bloody ignorant to mainland Europe, it annoys me so much that people don’t take foreign language lessons seriously in schools over here, some see it as a waste of a subject. It annoys me that British people expect everyone to learn their language but then because they’re typically lazy they can’t be bothered to learn over peoples language. I’m not like that, although my school messed up my French qualification, putting me on to a course thats looked down on here because theres no exams in it just assignments. But thanks to watching Eurovision and JESC I know bits of languages (Spanish, Russian, Serbian, Welsh, French, Dutch, German and Italian), although I’m not fluent in any of them.

        I know how teenagers and young people are towards Eurovision and JESC in the UK because I’m 18 myself.

  4. ahahaha good on Denmark and Norway trying to stop an eastern junior Eurovision invasion or maybe a better word to descrive it would be a ‘plague’.

  5. i have translate with Google

    Although the organizers of the Croatian initially decided that this year, our representative will participate in the Eurovision contest, rumored to be the guys from the band Lines and Colours could be the next candidate.

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    Although the organizers of the Croatian initially decided that this year, our representative will participate in the Eurovision contest, rumored to be the guys from the band Lines and Colours could be the next candidate.

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    Although the organizers of the Croatian initially decided that this year, our representative will participate in the Eurovision contest, rumored to be the guys from the band Lines and Colours could be the next candidate.

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    yes i have translate in italian the article with Google translate Hroatia confirmed?

    1. They’ve said on Eurovision times when I shared the link that the site isn’t credible enough to assume Croatia have changed their minds.

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