Press Enter / Return to begin your search.

21 thoughts on “Montenegro: Withdraws From The Junior Eurovision Song Contest”

    1. It’s sad to see 3 countries leaving Junior Eurovision :-(. But I still have big hope in Serbia, France and Israel to participate.

  1. I almost predicted this to happen. Well, I should not say anything regarding my likes/dislikes to this descision since there will be a meeting next week regarding the rule changes (REVERSE TELEVOTING REMOVAL!!!) 🙂

      1. Exactly! Children go out and play on Sunday afternoons, doesn’t matter if it’s raining or snowing. Let’s cross our fingers for this coming week when the EBU is set to have a meeting regarding the rule changes, hopefully they will make up their minds.

          1. Becca, don’t worry. Just because such a small country like Montenegro withdraws along with two other small countries doesn’t mean that JESC is gonna die. 🙂 It would’ve been different if for example Russia, the Netherlands and Belarus withdrew due to the new rule changes, since all of them are super powers (in different ways) in Junior Eurovision, and the EBU don’t want to lose them. It’s till not known if more countries will withdraw, and if they do so due to the new rules then the EBU should reconsider since Australia may be next to withdraw.

  2. Oh no! 🙁 So sad. I think the EBU has to reverse all the rull changes. I think Slovenia and Montenegro withdrew due to the rules changes 🙁

      1. Albania. Or Bosnia and Herzegovina. No, just kidding, they are never gonna debut… But Albania could give you 12 points, if you enter with a strong song 🙂

        1. …and Macedonia really has that potential! They had strong entries in back in 2004, 2007 and 2008. If you can send such a song again with many more modern elements you will succed. I wish you the best, Macedonia! 😀

  3. Since Montenegro withdrew, I will not let the UK participate. With my countries that still waiting to confirm participation are France, Spain, Serbia and Germany.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Made for Eurovision fans, by Eurovision fans.
© 2011 - 2018 Eurovoix. All Rights Reserved.