JESC: The Winners Of The 2010’s – 2019!

In 2019, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was held in Gliwice, Poland. A total of 19 countries competed and the winner was Poland for the second time. Poland in 2019, was represented by Viki Gabor and the song “Superhero”. The entry received 278 points, with a margin of just 51 point from the second placer…

JESC: The Winners Of The 2010’s – 2018!

In 2018, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was held in Minsk, Belarus. A total of 20 countries competed and the winner was Poland for the first time. Poland in 2018, was represented by Roksana Węgiel and the song “Anyone I Want To Be”. The entry received 215 points, with a margin of just 12 point…

JESC: The Winners Of The 2010’s – 2017!

In 2017, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was held in Tbilisi, Georgia. A total of 16 countries competed and the winner was Russia for the second time. Russia in 2017, was represented by Polina Bogusevich and the song “Wings”. The entry received 188 points, with a margin of just 3 point from the second placer…

JESC: The Winners Of The 2010’s – 2016!

In 2016, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was held in Valletta, Malta. A total of 17 countries competed and the winner was Georgia for the third time. Georgia in 2016, was represented by Mariam Mamadashvili and the song “Mzeo”. The entry received 239 points, with a margin of just 7 point from the second placer…

JESC: The Winners Of The 2010’s – 2015!

In 2015, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was held in Sofia, Bulgaria. A total of 17 countries competed and the winner was Malta for the second time. Malta in 2015, was represented by Destiny and the song “Not My Soul”. The entry received 185 points, with a margin of just 9 point from the second…

JESC: The Winners Of The 2010’s – 2014!

In 2014, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was held in Marsa, Malta. A total of 16 countries competed and the winner was Italy for the first time. Italy in 2014, was represented by Vincenzo Cantiello and the song “Tu Primo Grande Amore”. The entry received 159 points, with a margin of just 12 point from…

JESC: The Winners Of The 2010’s – 2013!

In 2013, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was held in Kyiv, Ukraine. A total of 12 countries competed and the winner was Malta for the first time. Malta in 2013, was represented by Gaia Cauchi and the song “The Start”. The entry received 138 points, with a margin of just 9 point from the second…

JESC: The Winners Of The 2010’s – 2012!

In 2012, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. A total of 12 countries competed and the winner was Ukraine for the first time. Ukraine in 2012, was represented by Anastasiya Petryk and the song “Nebo”. The entry received 138 points, with a margin of 35 point from the second placer…

JESC: The Winners Of The 2010’s – 2011!

In 2011, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was held in Yerevan, Armenia. A total of 13 countries competed and the winner was Georgia for the second time. Georgia in 2011, was represented by CANDY and the song “Candy Music”. The entry received 108 points, with a margin of just 5 point from the second placer…

JESC: The Winners Of The 2010’s – 2010!

In 2010, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was held in Minsk, Belarus. A total of 14 countries competed and the winner was Armenia for the first time. It remains the only victory of the country until today! Armenia in 2010, was represented by Vladimir Arzumanyan and the song “Mama”. The entry received 120 points, with…