Arina Pehtereva will film her performance of “Aliens” for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020 tomorrow in Minsk.
Following rehearsals on Sunday, Belarus will film the final version of their Junior Eurovision 2020 entry “Aliens” tomorrow at the BTRC studios. BTRC will be using an LED screen as well as 70 lights to create the illusion of space, these will be reflected on the floor of the stage.
The performance will be filmed using six cameras with work underway today to perfect the graphical content for the performance and ensuring that the story of the song is portrayed in the best way. Following rehearsals on Sunday, the final version with live vocals will be BTRC tomorrow.
Who is Arina Pehtereva?
Twelve-year-old Arina Pehtereva was born in Mogilev, Belarus. She began her singing lessons at six years old, and has since participated in numerous national and international competitions, including The Voice Kids. The singer is no stranger to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, having participated in the Belarusian national final on multiple occasions.
Arina was internally selected by BTRC to represent her country at this year’s contest with her song “Aliens”.
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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.