The 14th edition of the Eurovision Young Dancers has been won by Viktoria Nowak from Poland. They beat off competition from 9 other dancers across Europe.
In the end the final duel was between Viktoria Nowak from Poland and Staša Tušar from Slovenia. Staša Tušar received the first vote from Zenaida Yanowsky, Viktoria Nowak then received a vote from Jiří Bubeníček, but it was Alexandra ‘Spicey’ Landé who had the final say and chose Poland as the winner of this years competition.
Tonights show came live from the New Theatre in Pilsen, Czech Republic in front of an audience of viewers across Europe. The dancers all performed stunning individual solo performances and great group performances but in the end it was Viktoria Nowak from Poland that walked away with the title after winning the dance off.
The running order for the show was as follows:
- Slovenia – Staša Tušar – Gardenfound
- Norway – Trine Lise Moe – Flux
- Slovakia – Valéria Stašková – La Esmeralda
- Malta – Anthea Zammit – Ticrita – Tear Apart
- The Netherlands – Thijs Hogenboom – Variation of the Male Flame
- Group dance of first five dancers
- Poland – Viktoria Nowak – Piece In Old Style
- Albania – Klaudio Begaj – Scream of Life
- Sweden – Agnes Klapp – L´apres midi
- Germany – Thomas Rohe – Senses
- Czech Republic – Helena Nováčková – Soldier On My Own
- Group dance of second five dancers
This is Poland’s second win in Eurovision Young Dancers, the last being the 2001 contest when it was held in London, United Kingdom.
Eurovision Young Dancers returns in 2017.