For all those people who are interested in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, here are the results and details for 2006.
Well Done to Russia in Winning the fourth Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Bucharest, Romania
is Russia - 154 points
2nd Belarus - 129 points
3rd Sweden - 116 points
The fourth Junior Eurovision Song Contest took place at Sala Polivalenta in Bucharest, Romania, on Saturday 2 December 2006. The contest last just over 2 1/4 hours.
Andreea Marin & Ioana Ivan hosted this event.
Andreea Marin is a Famous Romanian media personality and television host. Ioana is one of Romania's Famous child presenter, at the age of 12, probably be the youngest ever presenter for the Eurovision
During the interval, 2005 winner Ksenia Sitnik from Belarus sang the winning song and also many dancers.
The singers must all be aged between 8 to 15 years old on the day of their national final. They must have written their song themselves with no professional help.
15 Countries took part. They are in performance order (drawn on 17 October 2006), Portugal, Cyprus, The Netherlands, Romania, Ukraine, Spain, Serbia, Malta, FYR Macedonia, Sweden, Greece, Belarus, Belgium, Croatia, Russia
The winner was decided by televoting, as like the main Eurovision Song Contest. Only this time, the voting lasted through the contest and not tied into 10 minutes after all the songs were heard.
The 2007 host will not be the winner of the Junior 2006 contest. The host for 2007 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held in at the Ahoy' Rotterdam venue in Rotterdam, Netherlands on 8th December 2007.
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be released on DVD. Out second week of December 2006.
Here are the songs and artist who entered the 2006 Junior Eurovision Song Contest and their final score.
(*) Indicate the number of times that a country was awarded 12 points. Also note that every country had 12 points to start off with and are not indicated below.
|1||Russia (7)||154||Vesna||Nastya & Masha Tolmacheva||15|
|2||Belarus (3)||129||Novoyy den (New day)||Andrey Kunets||12|
|3||Sweden (1)||116||Det finaste nĺgon kan fĺ||Molly Sandén||10|
|4||Spain (1)||90||Te doy mi voz||Dani Fernandez||6|
|5||Serbia||81||Učimo strane jezike||Neustrašivi učitelji stranih jezika||7|
|6||Romania (1)||80||Povestea mea||New star music||4|
|7||Belgium||71||Een tocht door het donker||Thor!||13|
|8||Ukraine||58||Khlopchyk rock-n-roll||Nazar Slyusarchuk||5|
|9||Cyprus||58||Agoria Koritsia||Luis Panagiotou & Christina Christofi||2|
|10||Croatia (1)||50||Mateo Dido||Lea||14|
|13||Greece (1)||35||Den Peirazei||Chloe Sofia Boleti||11|
|15||FYR Macedonia||14||Vljubena||Zana Aliu||9|
The full jury score sheet can be downloaded from here, including the entries from the main Eurovision Song Contest. Please click here for details.
United Kingdom decided not to enter the 2006 contest for UK
viewers had to watch the contest via the internet or sky channel TVEi 802 at
19:15 to 21:30.
The Spanish Eurovision special was shown on the same day between 17:00 to 19:00 and straight after the contest until 21:50
The full jury score sheet can be downloaded from here, including the entries. Please click here for details.
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