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Running order of Junior Eurovision 2018 announced

Society 20.11.2018 | 09:04

MINSK, 20 November (BelTA) – The running order of the Junior Eurovision 2018 was revealed on 19 November, BelTA has learned from the official website of the contest.

Three positions in the running order were decided during the opening ceremony of the European Week. Darina Krasnovetska with the song Say Love (Ukraine) will open the show, while Poland's Roksana Wegiel will close the show with the song Anyone I Want to Be. Belarus' Daniel Yastremsky will perform his act Time at position 8.

Darina Krasnovetska (Ukraine)
Darina Krasnovetska (Ukraine)

Roksana Wegiel (Poland)
Roksana Wegiel (Poland)

Daniel Yastremski (Belarus)
Daniel Yastremski (Belarus)

The full running order is as follows:

1. Darina Krasnovetska (Ukraine)

2. Rita Laranjeira (Portugal)

3. Daneliya Tuleshova (Kazakhstan)

4. Efi Gjika (Albania)

5. Anna Filipchuk (Russia)

6. Max & Anne (The Netherlands)

7. Fidan Huseynova (Azerbaijan)

8. Daniel Yastremski (Belarus)

9. Taylor Hynes (Ireland)

10. Bojana Radovanovic (Serbia)

11. Melissa & Marco (Italy)

12. Jael (Australia)

13. Tamar Edilashvili (Georgia)

14. Noam Dadon (Israel)

15. Angelina (France)

16. Marija Spasovska (F.Y.R. Macedonia)

17. L.E.V.O.N (Armenia)

18. Manw (Wales)

19. Ela (Malta)

20. Roksana Wegiel (Poland)

Rita Laranjeira (Portugal)
Rita Laranjeira (Portugal)

Efi Gjika (Albania)
Efi Gjika (Albania)

Daneliya Tuleshova (Kazakhstan)
Daneliya Tuleshova (Kazakhstan)

Max & Anne (The Netherlands)
Max & Anne (The Netherlands)

Chairman of the Belarusian TV and Radio Company Ivan Eismont, Anna Filipchuk (Russia), Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest Jon Ola Sand, Junior Eurovision 2017 winner Polina Bogusevich (Russia)
Chairman of the Belarusian TV and Radio Company Ivan Eismont, Anna Filipchuk (Russia), Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest Jon Ola Sand, Junior Eurovision 2017 winner Polina Bogusevich (Russia)

Fidan Huseynova (Azerbaijan)
Fidan Huseynova (Azerbaijan)

Taylor Hynes (Ireland)
Taylor Hynes (Ireland)

Chairman of the Belarusian TV and Radio Company Ivan Eismont, Bojana Radovanovic (Serbia)
Chairman of the Belarusian TV and Radio Company Ivan Eismont, Bojana Radovanovic (Serbia)

Melissa & Marco (Italy)
Melissa & Marco (Italy)

Jael (Australia)
Jael (Australia)

Tamar Edilashvili (Georgia)
Tamar Edilashvili (Georgia)

Noam Dadon (Israel)
Noam Dadon (Israel)

Angelina (France)
Angelina (France)

Marija Spasovska (F.Y.R. Macedonia)
Marija Spasovska (F.Y.R. Macedonia)

L.E.V.O.N (Armenia)
L.E.V.O.N (Armenia)

Manw (Wales)
Manw (Wales)

Ela (Malta)
Ela (Malta)

The opening ceremony of the Junior Eurovision took place in Minsk on 19 November. The Grand Final will start at 18:00 on 25 November. Taking part in it will be 20 countries, which is the highest number of participating states in the history of the contest. The organizer and coordinator of all events of the Junior Eurovision 2018 is the Belarusian State TV and Radio Company that is Belarus' only member of the European Broadcasting Union.

Photos by Gennady Zhinkov

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