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Nadezhda Has Won

Nadezhda Misyakova has just won the national final to select Belarus’ entry in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014. They scored a total of 15 points overall, which was made up of 50% televote and 50% jury vote. The show tonight saw Teo (Belarus 2014) and Ilya Volkov (Belarus JESC 2013) hosting, while a total of 10 participants competed to represent Belarus in Malta this November.

The contest came to a tense climax after three songs ended up scoring a total of 15 points after the public televote and the jury vote were combined. The full result is as follows:

  1. Nadezhda Misyakova – Sokol – 15 points (3 public, 12 jury)
  2. Ksenia and Pavel – Mamina Lyubov – 15 points (10 public, 5 jury)
  3. Anna Zaitseva – Geta Moy Lois – 15 points (7 public, 8 jury)
  4. Elena Titova – Stsena – 14 points (4 public, 10 jury)
  5. Angelina Pipper – Vshe Vsekh – 14 points (8 public, 6 jury)
  6. Vladisalava Doroshevich – Ya Veryu v Sovyu Mechtu – 13 points (12 public, 1 jury)
  7. Antoni Konoplyanik – Mister Perivy – 9 points (2 public, 7 jury)
  8. Yulia Levina – Zhuravy – 9 points (6 public, 3 jury)
  9. Anna Yermokovich – Mamo, eto ya! – 7 points (5 public, 2 jury)
  10. Darya Atroshenko – Sopyot Solntse – 5 points (1 public, 4 jury)

Nadezhda said after winning the selection that:

I’m happy! That I will represent Belarus at this prestigious competition – it’s an honor. Feeling overwhelmed me!

Her song is called “Sokol”, you can watch the official music video below:

7 thoughts on “Belarus: Nadezhda Misyakova Is Off To Malta”

  1. Wow this is really amazing, my favourites rarely actually win their national selections. This will no doubt be the strongest JESC edition ever, and Belarus has a really good shot at winning with this song. Good choice!

  2. I’m happy, because it was my favourite in the Belarussian NF. But I’m sad as well, because my country (Hungary) will not participate, and I can’t vote for this song in November. It’s my 2nd favourite so far, after Sweden.

  3. Can’t wait to see the NF video. I am surprised with the overall quality of the songs in the final, and I hope a good position for Belarus another year. By the way, I think this is one of the 3 songs in Belarussian in the final (I think others are Anna Zaitseva’s and Yulia Levina, both also good).
    It’s been since 2008 that Belarussian hasn’t been heard in JESC, am I wrong?

  4. Anna Zaitseva deserved it much more!!! Last year she came second with My Pomnim, wich is a beautiful song and this year the same 🙁
    And it was already her 3rd time with 3 good songs

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