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9 thoughts on “Kazakhstan: Delegation Sent to Junior Eurovision 2017”

  1. If Kazakhstan plans to compete at Junior Eurovision for the first time starting next year, interested kids just need to follow these rules:

    * The age range is 9-14.
    * The lyrics to the competing songs need to be mostly or fully in the Kazakh language, and must not be longer than 3 full minutes.
    * Interested singers must be either Kazakh citizens or have lived there for at least 2 years.
    * Up to 6 performers on stage.
    * Lead vocals must ALWAYS be sung live during the national selection and the actual JESC evening.
    * Most importantly, good luck! Or should I say…Iske sät! 🙂 (Sorry for my horrible Kazakh by the way! 🙁 )

    1. Ok, so if you don’t want Kazakhstan to debut, then why not Germany? Yeah sure, if Germany debuts next year, interested kids will of course have to follow the rules:

      * The age range is 9-14.
      * The lyrics to the competing songs need to be mostly or fully in the German language, and must not be longer than 3 full minutes.
      * Interested singers must be either German citizens or have lived there for at least 2 years.
      * Up to 6 performers on stage.
      * Lead vocals must ALWAYS be sung live during the national selection and the actual JESC evening.

    2. Kazakhstan has more Europe geographically in them than other countries that have participated in ESC contests like Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkey, Israel, Australia and Morocco. Why shouldn’t they be able to participate? I agree that the EBU should try harder to bring some countries back and bring new ones in that are European, but Kazakhstan should be allowed to take part as well.

  2. In my case i think that having Eurasian countries in eurovision correspond to it’s name.It’s also cool to see new debuts

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