The Junior Eurovision 2017 winner’s trophy has been revealed.
The EBU have revealed the design for the Junior Eurovision winner’s trophy today, as the glass piece arrives at the Olympic Palace in Tbilisi. The trophy, designed by Kjell Engman of Kosta Boda, will be given to the winner of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest this year, and for subsequent years to come. Kjell Engman has been working as a glass artist for thirty years, and his creations are currently being displayed in various exhibitions worldwide.
The whole microphone is supposed to be in clear glass with color lines inside the upper part of the microphone. These color lines symbolize sound streams that flows. It’s also these colors we think you can let your fans vote about
Preparations for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017 are well underway in Georgia this week. Last night was the Opening Ceremony, which saw each participant walk across the red carpet to pose for photos and take part in interviews. At the end of the red carpet, the running order draw took place. It was then revealed that the host country Georgia had drawn the number 9, meaning that they will be performing 9th in the contest. Cyprus had drawn to start the show, and Italy will be closing it.
The show producers have now worked out the rest of the order. The EBU has officially signed off the running order, and it has now been revealed. The running order for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017 is as follows:
- The Netherlands
- FYR Macedonia
Sixteen countries will take part in the 15th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest this year, including returning country Portugal, who haven’t participated since 2007. The contest will take place at the Olympic Palace in Tbilisi, Georgia on Sunday 26th November 2017 at 16:00 – 18:00 CET. This is the first time Georgia has hosted any Eurovision event.