The Armenian national broadcaster ARM TV announced that, like they have done since 2007, they will be taking part in this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest, too. Armenia thus brings the number of confirmed countries so far to 10. It was also announced that their representative will be an internal choice of the broadcaster itself.
Armenia is one of the most successful countries in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Since 2007, when Armenia took part for the first time, the country has never missed a contest. They won the contest in 2010 with the song Mama and they have been ranked second twice, in 2007 and 2009. In 2011, they organized the event in Armenia’s capital, Yerevan.
Today, the Armenian national broadcaster announced officially that they will send a representative on 21st November 2015 in Sofia for the upcoming Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The Armenian representative will be an internal choice of ARM TV and is expected to be announced on 1st July.
Armenia is the 10th country to announce its participation for the 2015 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. So far, nine more countries have already confirmed their participation:
- The Netherlands
Armenia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest:
Armenia has entered eight entries in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, having debuted in 2007. Armenia is one of the most successful countries in JESC. The country won for the first time in 2010 with the song Mama by Vladimir Arzumanyan. The following year, the contest was held in Yerevan where Dalita sang Welcome To Armenia and came fifth among 13 participants. Last year in Malta, Betty was third among 16 participants with the song People Of The Sun.