We ‘Shared The Joy’ in Gliwice-Silesia and now we’ll ‘Move The World’ in Warsaw!
Last November, Poland held in Gliwice one of the biggest even of the year, The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019. Besides delivering a fantastic show, Poland has made the impossible and crowned as the first country ever to win the contest for the second time in a row with 12 year old Viki Gabor and “Superhero”
Tonight, during the special show “Europe Shine a Light” that replaced the cancelled grand final of the Eurovision song contest, the EBU has revealed the first signs for the COVID-19 pandemic and revealed the creative slogan for the next Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020.
#MoveTheWorld was revealed as the new slogan for the 18th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. announced the slogan was 2019 winner Viki Gabor that welcomed us all back in Poland, this time to the city of Warsaw. behind the slogan’s creative stands the will to honors the collective power we hold together, no matter if we’re on a personal day duty or in an important collective mission on the highest aspects of humanity, we are moving the world together.
The new Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest Mr. Martin Österdahl quoted:
I couldn’t be more excited to be working with the incredible team at TVP on my first Junior Eurovision Song Contest. They have the skills, creativity and enthusiasm to produce a fantastic show. It’s never been more important to recognize the power of young people to “Move The World” and I’m looking forward to seeing all the talented singers perform later this year.
For the moment 9 countries have been confirmed for the show:
JESC2020 dates will be announced in the next days to come so stay tuned for future updates