Junior Drama! One of JuniorSongfestival Songs May Be Disqualified

Last week the Dutch public broadcaster AVROTROS has completed the release of the four songs to participle in the next edition of JuniorSongfestival.NL getting a lot of positive attention form the worldwide media.

The story continues today as the broadcast confirms they have received complains accusing T-Square‘s song “Count On Me” of plagiarism, as the songs sound slimier to the South Korean boy band BTS hit “Boy With Luv”.

Taking the lead from here, now AVROTROS will open an investigation, a thing that can cause “Count On Me” to be disqualified from the contest even though it is currently one of the favorites to win the show. new development regarding the case will by announced in the next days to come on the festival’s official Instagram page

The grand final of Junior Songfestival 2020 is scheduled for Sunday, September 26th 2020, and will take place on the same arena planned to host the cancelled Eurovision Ahoy, Rotterdam. as for now, these are the 4 entries to battle for the victory:

  • Jackie & Janae – It’s You And Me
  • T-Square – Count On Me
  • UNITY – Best friends
  • Robin – Mee

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Last year in Poland it was Mathew who represented the Netherlands and and placed 4th.

The 18th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will stay in Poland as of last winner’s winner Viki Gabor. there 13 countries (confirmed for the moment) will #MoveTheWorld together on the night of November 29th and a new star will be born. Catch up with all the updates about the contest in our special homepage HERE

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