Armenia, the host country of last year's Junior Eurovision Song Contest, has already selected the fourteen songs to take part in their national selection that will take place on September 30 and, besides knowing the names of the fourteen hopefuls, now we can listen to their songs.
The tenth Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held on the 1st of December in the HMH Arena in Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands at 20:15 CET. Tickets will be available for dress rehearsal on November 30, when the jury voting takes place, and of course for the grand final show.
The final line up of countries for the 2012 Junior Eurovision Song Contest has been revealed. This year there will be 12 countries participating. Azerbaijan will now take part for the first time as well as first appearances by Albania and Israel.
When the Netherlands on Saturday kicks off for their new entertainment programme where well known names will be competing on diving skills a former Eurovision Song Contest participant will be hosting it, yet another one will be taking part - and joined by a Junior Eurovision Song Contest winner.
The nine songs that will take part in the national selection have been released through the website of the children's television channel, Ketnet, where the music videos of all the entrants can be watched. All candidates will have a professional training program with the best coaches in their field.
Dutch and this year's host broadcaster has released the official videos of the eight finalists of its national selection for the 2012 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Among the songs we find a good variety of musical styles, but favourites are already beginning to stand out.
In 1988 she won the very first edition in Denmark of the Junior Melodi Grand Prix and after international sucess in the genre of dance music she will now return to the TV screens. Today DR announced that 35 year old Ida Corr will be one of the judges in the coming X-factor season.
Albania and Israel will take part in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest for the first time this year in the Netherlands. At the moment we have ten confirmed countries participating with hopefully more to come.