Germany holds an online national selection for Junior Eurovision 2023.
Kika, the German national broadcaster, announced 5 finalists for Junior Eurovision 2023:
- Adriano – “Be My Girl”
- FIA – “Ohne Worte” (Eng: Without Words)
- Lenny – “Lieben lernen” (Eng: Learning to Love)
- RAHEL – “Believe”
- Toby – “Stand Up“
You can watch the 1 minute snippets on Kika’s website here or simply by clicking on the song’s title.
Online voting will remain open until the 17th of September 2023.
The results will be determined by a 50% international jury and a 50% online voting (residents from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland are eligible to vote).
The results will be announced on the 18th of September 2023.
The chosen entry will be recorded in a studio, with a music video.
This year will mark Germany’s 3rd participation at Junior Eurovision.
Pauline represented Germany at Junior Eurovision 2021 (the last time Germany took part).
She performed “Imagine Us” and ended up in 17th place:
Junior Eurovision 2023 will take place in Nice, France on Sunday 26th November 2023 at 16:00 CET.
16 countries will take part in the contest: France, Spain, Germany, the UK, Italy, the Netherlands, Estonia, Portugal, Poland, Ireland, Armenia, Malta, Georgia, North Macedonia, Albania and Ukraine.