Tonight both Russia and Wales will select their participants for the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland.
Russia – Akademiya Eurovision – Final – 19:00 CET
Moscow plays host to Russia’s Junior Eurovision 2019 selection this evening, with eleven acts vying for a place at the contest in Poland.
The Vegas City Hall in Moscow is the venue for this evenings final of Akademiya Eurovision. Eleven acts were selected back in July to take part in the Russian selection process, and after a week of online voting, it’s down to the juries this evening to vote.
The eleven artists are:
- Alisa Pritochkina – Vybiray Lyubov (Warrior of love)
- Like Teens – Yaroslavl
- Daniil Khachaturov – Zhizn (Life)
- Ksenia Kushner – Devushki New Plachut (Girls don’t cry)
- Maria Mirova – Put K Mechte (Way To Dream)
- Margarita Stryukova – V Moyem Nebe (In My Sky)
- Maryana Titova – My Legendy (We Legends)
- Mikhail Noginsky – Supergeroy (Superhero)
- Nikita Moroz – Nikita And Friends
- Tatyana Mezhentseva & Oorzhak Denberel – Vremya Dlya Nas (A Time For Us)
- Julia Solnyshkova – Yarkiy Svet (Bright World)
The winner of the selection will be determined by 50% online voting and 50% jury voting. The winner of the selection is expected to be revealed around 21:00 CET.
Wales – Chwilio Am Seren 2019 – Final
Tonight Wales will select the singer that will represent them at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in November.
After a month long selection process six acts will take to the stage this evening in Llandudno at the Venue Cymru. The six singers will be hoping to impress, with each of the singers performing covers of well known Welsh language songs. A jury will then select three of the six artists to go through to the Super Final.
In the Super Final, each of the three singers will perform the Welsh entry for Junior Eurovision, “Calon yn Curo”. “Calon yn Curo”, which translates to “Heart Beating”, is composed by Sylvia Strand, Ed Holden, and John Gregory (who represented Cyprus at the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest). The winner will be selected by a combination of 50% industry expert voting and an audience vote.
The six acts competing to represent Wales in Poland are:
- Y Minis
- Mackenzie & Rhiannon
You can watch the final of Chwilio Am Seren 2019 live on S4C from 21:00 CET.