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14 thoughts on “Armenia: Junior Eurovision Withdrawal is Possible”

  1. I hope that the EBU looks at the online voting again, it wasnt perfect and it should be a shame if a country like Armenia would not be participating. I hope they keep participating!

  2. Armenia’s HOD sounded bitter. There’s always room for improvement when it comes to newly implemented changes in the format bu it shouldn’t equate to a full withdrawal.

  3. I really hate to say this, however I honesty think (I don’t want this to happen, as I love Jesc as much as Esc) that junior Eurovision is on the verge of dying, like when Jon ola sand came along in 2016 he totally ruined it! I mean 2016 was one of the worst contest’s I loved 2013, 2014,2015 and 2017, however I sadly think 2018 and 2019 will be the last ones. 🙁 I hope this doesn’t happen, but I have that feeling it will happen. 🙁

    1. FYI, Junior Eurovision is NOT on the verge of death, and it’s likely to be a permanent member of the Eurovision event family. Besides, Junior Eurovision makes the year go by quicker. 🙂

  4. I dont think jesc will die or Armenia will withdraw, they are just saying that this voting system isnt fair and should change once again. I hope that jesc 2018 will see a better methode of voting and some countries or return or making their debut. They are making the contest better, but should keep in mind that this is a contest for kids. We as fans should also not forget that!

    1. Don’t worry, Floris. Jon Ola Sand promised to ensure JESC’s longevity. Next to that, I have 100% hope Armenia will continue to participate at the contest. It’d be even better if Armenian wins next year, just like in 2010! 😀

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