The final version of Belarus’ entry for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018 has been revealed by Daniel Yastremski.
Daniel Yastremski has revealed the final version of his song “Time” for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018. The song has undergone a revamp since winning the nations selection process at the end of August. The song now features a reworked backing track, among other changes. Listen to the final version of the Belarusian entry below.
Preparations are underway for the Belarussian entry Daniel Yatremsky at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Earlier this week Daniel was at the “600 метров” to meet with a team of production to work on the performance, including a ballet choreographer and director and vocal coach. The rehearsals will also allowe Daniel to get familiar with the updated version of “Time” that he will perform at the contest.
Daniel will be representing Belarus at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Minsk on 25th November 2018. A record breaking 20 countries will compete in this year’s contest including a debut from Wales and Kazakhstan. Belarus along with The Netherlands are the only two countries in Junior Eurovision history to compete every year since the start of the contest in 2003. They will become the fourth country after Malta, The Netherlands and Ukraine to host the contest twice.
Belarus debuted at the first edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2003, and have been present at every contest since. To date, Belarus have won the contest twice – first in 2005 with Ksenia Sitnik and her song “My Vmeste”, which received 149 points, and the second time in 2007 with Alexey Zhigalkovich and his song “S Druz’yami”, which received a total of 137 points. Their worst entry came from Egor Volchek and his song “Spjavajtse So Mnoj” in 2004, which received only 9 points. Belarus have placed in the top 3 a total of 5 times to date.