Azerbaijan’s entry for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018 has now been submitted to the EBU ahead of its formal reveal.
The song that Fidan Huseynova will perform at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018 has now been submitted to the European Broadcasting Union. On Instagram the singer revealed that the song was sent to the EBU on Sunday, with the song expected to be revealed via the official YouTube page in the next few days.
Azerbaijan is one of just four nations left to reveal their songs for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Poland and Macedonia are yet to reveal the songs that have been internally selected to represent them in Minsk, while Ireland’s national selection is currently being aired.
Who is Fidan Huseynova?
Twelve-year-old Fidan Huseynova was born on 24th November 2005 in Moscow, Russia. Fidan’s career started in 2014, and since then she has gone on to perform in many competitions, including the Sanremo Music Festival in Italy, where she placed 3rd. The singer attends the Baku Oxford School alongside vocal lessons and chess lessons. Notably, Fidan has performed with several artists, including Lara Fabian (Luxembourg’s 1988 Eurovision contestant), and Elnur, who represented Azerbaijan in 2008 and 2015.
In September, ITV had revealed that Fidan would represent her country in the upcoming Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
Source: Fidan Huseynova
Azerbaijan debuted in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest at the 2012 contest in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The nation had previously attempted to take part in the contest in 2008 but withdrew before the competition took place. The countries record in the contest was not as strong as in the Eurovision Song Contest. Azerbaijan’s best result came in 2013 on their last appearance in the contest where Rustam Karimov placed 7th with the song “Me and My Guitar”. Azerbaijan withdrew from the contest in 2014 for unspecified reasons.