Mila Moskov will represent North Macedonia at this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Gliwice, Poland.
Macedonian broadcaster MKRTV has selected 14 year old Mila Moskov to represent the country at the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Mila was selected after attending the auditions that were held on July 6th, with her song for the contest being revealed at the end of August.
North Macedonia are the second country to select their representative, with Georgia having already selected Giorgi Rostiashvili back in May this year.
Who is Mila Moskov?
14 year old Mila Moskov is from Prilep, North Macedonia, where she currently resides. She first started singing at 6 years old at her local music school, and has since gone on to perform at several international music festivals. The singer is currently part of a children’s choir called “Little Angels”, who sing at concerts to help children with special needs.
The 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held on Sunday 24th November in Gliwice, Poland. To date, 19 countries have expressed their interest in participating in the contest:
- North Macedonia
The following nations have confirmed that they will not be participating in Poland:
North Macedonia was one of sixteen countries to take part in the first edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2003. On their debut they were represented by Marija & Viktorija with the song “Ti ne me poznavaš” finishing 12th with 19 points. Macedonia’s best result to date is 5th place, which they achieved in 2007 with “Ding Ding Dong” by Rosica & Dimitar and in 2008 with “Prati mi SMS” by Bobi Andonov.