Today: Live from Nice the Junior Eurovision 2023 final show

Today: Live from Nice the Junior Eurovision 2023 final show
Sunday, 26 November 2023

  • The final live show of the 21st edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest takes place this afternoon at Nikaia Palais in Nice, France.

    The final  show of the 2023 Junior Eurovision Song Contest is set to hit the screen today at 16:00 CET live from the Nikaia Palais in Nice, France. 

    After weeks of preparations and four days of rehearsals here at the Nikaia Palais in Nice the final show of Junior Eurovision is set to determine the successor of Lissandro and the new winning country. The show will  be hosted by the TV presenter Olivier Minne, the presenter and former Miss France , Laury Thilleman and influencer Ophenya who will be the host in the green room talking to the contestants. 


    The Pariticipants

    The countries and their respective acts that we will see on stage in this afternoon's show are the following in the specific running order : 

    1.  Spain – Sandra Valero – “Loviu”
    2.  Malta – Yulan – “Stronger”
    3.  Ukraine – Anastasia Dymyd – “Kvitka”
    4.  Ireland – Jessica McKean – “Aisling”
    5.  United Kingdom – Stand Uniqu3 – “Back to Life”
    6.  North Macedonia – Tamara Grujeska – Kaži mi, kaži mi koj
    7.  Estonia – Arhanna – “Hoiame kokku”
    8.  Armenia – Yan Girls – “Do It My Way”
    9.  Poland – Maja Krzyżweska – “I Just Need a Friend”
    10.  Georgia – Anastasia and Ranina – “Over the Sky”
    11.  Portugal – Júlia Machado – “Where I Belong”
    12.  France – Zoé Clauzure – “Cœur”
    13.  Albania – Viola Gjyzeli – “Bota ime”
    14.  Italy – Melissa and Ranya – “Un mondo giusto”
    15.  Germany – Fia – “Ohne Worte”
    16.  Netherlands – Sep and Jasmijn – “Holding On to You”



    The Voting

    Following last evening's Jury Show that determined 50% of the result , this afternoon the 16 competing acts of this year's contest will give their best shot with their live performace in order to get those online votes that will secure them a good placing and why not the trophy itself. The online voting that opened on Friday on JESC.TV evening will be closing one minute before the televised live show and will reopen for 15 minutes during the show once all contestants complete their performances. People around the world can vote their three favorite song while the audience in the participating countries can vote for their own country too. 


    Interval Acts

    Last year’s winner Lissandro returns on the JESC stage to deliver his victorious song “Oh Maman!”. Also TikTok pianist star Van Toan will festure the show while  the Eurovision 2016 representative Amir will remind us of his entry back in 2016 in Stockholm “J’ai cherché” and  present us his brand new single.

    In addition the French Junior Eurovision participants Valentina (2020), Enzo (2021) and Lissandro (2021) will be performing along with this year's contestants the song “We Are the World” within the frame of the Non-Violence Project.


    How to Watch

    The Junior Eurovision 2023 live show is set ot hit the screen at 16:00 CET and will be aired live by all participating broadcasters. Also the show will be streamed live on the official Junior Eurovision Youtube channel


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