BTRC has revealed this evening that 200 dancers will be part of the opening sequence for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018.
200 dancers between the ages of 6 and 13 will be a part of the opening for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018. BTRC took cameras today to the rehearsals for the opening sequence for the show, which will feature in the final. The broadcaster revealed that 180 dancers will be spread around the hall in the stalls and on the floor, while 20 will be performing on stage.
The 2018 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Minsk, Belarus after the country won the bidding process before the 2017 contest even began. Olga Salamankha explained that Belarus was selected as the host for next years contest over other bids due to their long-term commitment to the competition.
Twenty countries will take part in this years contest. These are:
- Azerbaijan – Returning nation
- France – Returning nation
- FYR Macedonia
- Israel – Returning nation
- Kazakhstan – Debut
- The Netherlands
- Wales – Debut