GPB the Georgian national broadcaster has today confirmed they will be competing in Junior Eurovision 2016 with the launch of a national selection process.
Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) has launched a national selection procedure to select the Georgian representative at 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Soloists aged 10 to 15 from across Georgia can take part in the National Contest. The singers are asked to send in their songs, a photo and CV, from August 17 until September 25. Submissions must be sent to the following address’:
Address: #68 Kostava Street
Tel: 2 409 110
The use of a national selection to pick the countries participant comes after Georgia has internally selected their participant for Junior Eurovision since 2012. The date of the national final has not yet been announced. Georgia is now the 14th country to confirm their participation in Junior Eurovision 2016.
Georgia is the joint most successful country in Junior Eurovision Song Contest history, having won twice in 2008 and 2011. At the 2015 contest in Sofia, Bulgaria the country finished in 10th place with 51 points, their second worst result in the countries history.
Watch the selection advert below: