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6 thoughts on “Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017 To Be Held On November 26”

  1. Great! But I am disappointed that the contest will take place on a Sunday. In Australia, we have to watch it on a Monday morning and if they hold the contest in the afternoon like they did last year, we have to watch it at 2:00 AM in order to see it live.

    1. But here’s the good part: this year’s venue has a much bigger capacity than last year! 🙂

      I’ll show you the difference:
      Valletta 2016, Mediterranean Conference Centre: 1,400 seats
      Tbilisi 2017, Tbilisi Sports Palace: 11,000 seats

      Also, for those who didn’t like last year’s voting system, keep praying for the EBU to bring back televoting. 🙂

  2. Here’s my prediction for the participating countries.

    * Albania
    * Armenia
    * Belarus
    * Bulgaria
    * Cyprus
    * France (returning)
    * Georgia (of course!)
    * Greece (returning)
    * Ireland
    * Italy
    * Macedonia
    * Malta
    * Montenegro (returning)
    * Netherlands
    * Poland
    * Russia
    * Serbia
    * Ukraine

    * Australia (because I know why some people don’t want anyone from down under to compete, not that I agree or anything)
    * Israel (because of the bad result in Valletta)

  3. On twitter, the official Eurovision Rai profile tweeted the date and the fact that WE MUSTN’T MAKE COMMITTMENTS ON 26 NOVEMBER. So, I think that Italy almost confirms its participation! 🙂

  4. Here’s my prediction for 2017:

    *Austria (debuting)
    *Belgium (returning)
    *Finland (debuting)
    *Germany (debuting)
    *Greece (returning)
    *Spain (returning)
    *United Kingdom (returning)


    *Australia (I don’t think that Australia would compete in Georgia. Australia is allowed to compete in Eurovision this year in Kyiv, but not this time in Junior Eurovision in Georgia. Australia should withdraw in 2018 Eurovision Song Contest as well.)
    *Israel (Due to the bad result in Valletta, just like beccaboo1212 said.)
    *Serbia (Due to the last place in Valletta)

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