MINSK, 19 November (BelTA) – The running order of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 was decided on 18 November. Belarus' representative at the show Liza Misnikova will perform 7th in the final show, BelTA learned from the singer.
The opening ceremony took place in the Silesian Theatre in Katowice. Belarus' contestant walked the red carpet accompanied by her dancers and the delegation chief. The draw was the most exciting moment of the opening ceremony. Australia will open the show and Serbia will close the contest. Belarus was drawn in position 7.
“Many pleasant moments in my life are associated with number 7. Therefore, I believe that this number will be lucky for me,” Liza Misnikova said. She added that she was going to have the first rehearsal on 18 November and attend a EuroClub Party the following day.
Young hopefuls from 19 countries will take to the stage of Arena Gliwice at the grand final. These are performers from Australia, Albania, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Kazakhstan, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, North Macedonia, Serbia, Ukraine, Wales, France and the competition host Poland. The grand final will be broadcast live by the Belarus 1 TV channel and the Belarus 24 international satellite channel, as well as by the website of the Belarusian Television and Radio Company. The show will kick off at 18:00. It will be commented by Belarus 1 host Evgeny Perlin.
A reminder, starting from 22 November, Belarusians will be able to vote for Liza Misnikova's entry Pepelny (Ashen) on the official website of the song contest www.junioreurovision.tv. Voters are required to watch a recap of all the rehearsal performances before they can cast a vote. This first round of voting closes on Sunday 24 November at 15:59 CET, just before the live show. Each voter needs to select at least 3 songs, and no more than 5, to cast a valid vote. Viewers can also vote for their own country's song.
All rights related to the broadcast of the show in Belarus belong exclusively to the Belarusian Television and Radio Company as the country's only member of the European Broadcasting Union.More about Society