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2 thoughts on “JESC’17: Songs Now Allowed To Be Up to 40% in English”

  1. In other words, the “40% English” is another way of trying to make the competing entries “understandable” for overseas listeners. Hmm. That’s a new opportunity. But I’m still praying for the televoting to return. :/

    1. Apparently, there’s gonna be more opportunities. By the way, when the regular Eurovision Song Contest’s YouTube channel uploaded “second rehearsal” footage, that was filmed to make it look like the rehearsals were being televised. Junior Eurovision’s YouTube channel should also do this “second rehearsal on camera” thing! 😀

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