Elizabeta Misnikova Will Represent Belarus At The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019

Elizabeta Misnikova (Елизавета Мисникова) was crowned tonight as the winner of the Belarussian national final  and will represent the country in Gliwice

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Out of 40 candidates, participated in a previous audition round, 10 songs were qualified for the final. tonight’s running order was as follows

  • P 19 BY – J – 01 – Elizabeta Misnikova – Pelelniy
  • P 19 BY – J – 02 – Anastasia Zhabko – Poymi menya
  • P 19 BY – J – 03 – Maria Zhilina – Spyavala, gukala, chakala
  • P 19 BY – J – 04 – Ksenia Galetskaya – A Better World
  • P 19 BY – J – 05 – Monkey Tops – Posmotri na nas
  • P 19 BY – J – 06 – Sofia Khrolovich – Davay tantsuy
  • P 19 BY – J – 07 – Sofia Rustamova – Skazhi mne
  • P 19 BY – J – 08 – Zephyr – Luchshiye i pervyye
  • P 19 BY – J – 09 – Arina Pekhtereva – Never Again
  • P 19 BY – J – 10 – Maria Ermakova – Verta

The winner was chosen 50/50 by the public and the professional jury members. at the end of the voting, Elizabeta Misnikova was ranked on the top of the scoreboard even though she only came second in each.

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The 17th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held on November 24th, 2019, at the Gliwice Arena in Gliwice, Poland. Belarus is one of the 19 countries that will participate in this year edition of the contest and you can hear all the entries selected so far here:

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