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5 thoughts on “Georgia Begins Talks Regarding Hosting Junior Eurovision 2017”

    1. Exactly. But let’s not forgot that Georgia’s neighbor, Armenia, hosted Junior Eurovision in 2011, wherein Georgia also won. If Georgia hosts Junior Eurovision 2017, then Armenia could win in hopes of hosting the following year! (2018)

  1. Yes, I think Armenia will host JESC’17 because the had a great contest in 2011 and so many times second place in the contest.
    Georgia has never host the contest but won 3 times, now time for a great contest in 2017? Maybe ;0
    Or a little change for Italy because they won 2014 but never host the contest.

    1. Remember when countries that didn’t reach the Top 3 hosted the following year?

      Norway: 13th in 2003; hosted in 2004
      Belgium: 10th 2004; hosted in 2005
      Romania: 5th in 2005; hosted in 2006
      Netherlands: 12th in 2006; hosted in 2007 and 2012
      Cyprus: 14th 2007; hosted in 2008
      Belarus: 9th in 2009; hosted in 2010

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