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8 thoughts on “Malta: Destiny Chukunyere Wins The 13th Junior Eurovision Song Contest”

  1. OMG, before JESC 2015 Spain 2004 still had the record in getting the most points in a JESC. But now both Armenia and Malta 2015 beat this record and they are now officially the two best JESC songs ever (with Spain 2004 in third place)

    1. Or wait a second, if Spain 2004 was given 12 points from EBU, like in todays rules, it would have been in 2nd place in Best JESC song ever with Armenia 2015 in third place.

      1. Also you have to take into account that when Spain won they didn’t have the kids jury voting like we do today. If they did and were given 12 points + the 12 points at the start, they would have had 195 points! I think because of these, records are hard in JESC

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