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Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005

Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005
Let's Get Loud
Dates
Final date 26 November 2005
Host
Venue Ethias Arena, Hasselt, Belgium
Presenter(s) Marcel Vanthilt
Maureen Louys
Director Yves Podevyn and Ludovic Beun
Host broadcaster
Interval act Cirque du Soleil,
María Isabel performing Antes muerta que sencilla,
Pues va a ser que no
Participants
Number of entries 16
Debuting countries  Russia
 Serbia and Montenegro
Returning countries None
Withdrawing countries  Cyprus
 France
 Poland
  Switzerland
Vote
Voting system Each country awards 1-8, 10, and 12 points to their 10 favourite songs
Nul points None
Winning song  Belarus
"My vmeste"
Junior Eurovision Song Contest
◄2004 2005 2006►

The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005 was the third Junior Eurovision Song Contest for young singers aged 8 to 15. On 26 November 2005, the contest was broadcast live from the Ethias Arena in Hasselt, Belgium, in a joint effort by the national broadcasters Vlaamse Radio- en Televisieomroep (VRT) and Radio télévision belge de la communauté française (RTBF), in co-operation with the European Broadcasting Union. Belgium won the right to hold the contest over five other countries including Croatian Radiotelevision (HRT) of Croatia and AVRO of the Netherlands.[1] Marcel Vanthilt and Maureen Louys hosted the event.

The show was not only broadcast live in the competing countries, it was also available on satellite worldwide and the Australian television channel SBS who acquired the rights to broadcast the show one month later.

As many as twenty countries could have participated in this contest: Cyprus should have taken part but on October 13,

  • Denis Dimoski Official site
  • Kseniya Sitnik's Official site
  • Nicolai Official Site
  • Joni Fullers Official site
  • Thea & Friends Official Site
  • Antonio José's Official Site
  • Vlad Krutskih & Street Magic Official site

Artists' sites

  • Official site
  • Lyrics of Junior Eurovision 2005 entries at ESCKaz.com
  • Belarus at JESC 2005, Eurovision-Belarus project

External links

  1. ^ Philips, Roel (2004-03-04). "Belgium organises Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2005!". ESCToday. 
  2. ^ Bakkar, Sieste (2005-10-14). "Junior details released: Cyprus withdraws". ESCToday. 
  3. ^ Philips, Roel (2005-08-02). "Serbia & Montenegro, Lithuania and Ukraine join in Hasselt". ESCToday. 
  4. ^ Bakker, Sietse (2005-09-09). "Lithuania not participating in Hasselt". ESCToday. 
  5. ^ Klier, Marcus (2005-09-11). "Hasselt 2005: Georgia won't participate". 
  6. ^ Philips, Roel (2005-11-22). "Eurovision Junior: Monaco shows interest in participation". 
  7. ^ Philips, Roel (2005-06-01). "No Switzerland at 2005 Junior Eurovision Song Contest". ESCToday. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  8. ^ Philips, Roel (2005-06-08). "France not eager to participate in Hasselt". ESCToday. Retrieved 2009-06-08. 
  9. ^ The Norwegian song was written in a dialect of Norwegian, and originally had the title stated above (Sommer å Skolefri), however, when the Norwegian broadcaster submitted the song to the European Broadcasting Union, they gave the song title in the standard Norwegian form, Sommer og Skolefri, which is how it was displayed on screen.
  10. ^ "Eurovision Song Contest". UKGameshows. Retrieved 2012-08-12. 
  11. ^ "Antonio José roza la victoria en Eurovisión Junior 2005, al quedar segundo tras Bielorrusia".  
  12. ^ Тімур Мірошниченко – український Террі Уоган.  
  13. ^ "RTP confirms participation 2006 Junior". ESCToday.com (in Ukrainian). 11 December 2005. Retrieved 25 Aug 2014. 

References

See also

Commentators

  • All countries were given 12 points at the start of voting. This was so no country got nul points.
N. Contestant Voting nation
4 Spain Greece, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro, United Kingdom
3 Belarus Malta, Latvia, Russia
2 Denmark Macedonia, Norway
Greece Croatia, Cyprus
Norway Denmark, Sweden
1 Belgium Netherlands
Netherlands Belgium
Romania Spain
Russia Belarus

Below is a summary of all 12 points received:

12 points

Results
Total Score Cyprus Greece Denmark Croatia Romania United Kingdom Sweden Russia Macedonia Netherlands Serbia and Montenegro Latvia Belgium Malta Norway Spain Belarus
Contestants Greece 88 12 7 12 6 6 5 7 3 6 4 6 2
Denmark 121 6 7 8 3 1 10 6 12 7 5 6 8 7 12 7 4
Croatia 36 2 3 8 2 6 3
Romania 89 10 10 2 3 4 3 4 5 7 3 4 7 12 3
United Kingdom 28 3 1 1 2 2 5 2
Sweden 22 8 2
Russia 66 3 5 1 4 2 1 1 10 3 1 5 6 12
Macedonia 68 4 8 4 1 10 3 10 4 1 2 1 8
Netherlands 82 2 4 10 2 7 7 4 1 12 8 4 4 5
Serbia and Montenegro 29 1 6 10
Latvia 50 3 5 1 5 2 5 2 2 3 1 3 6
Belgium 63 4 2 1 7 12 7 4 8 5 1
Malta 18 1 5
Norway 123 5 6 12 3 5 8 12 2 5 10 3 8 7 10 8 7
Spain 146 8 12 4 7 12 12 8 8 6 8 12 5 10 6 6 10
Belarus 149 7 8 6 10 10 10 6 12 7 4 8 12 5 12 10 10
The table is ordered by appearance
All countries automatically receive 12 points
Cyprus was allowed to vote after withdrawing at a late stage

Score sheet

Televote 12, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 points. The presenters started off by giving all contestants 12 points.

Voting structure

Draw Country Language Artist Song English translation Place Points
01  Greece Greek Alexandros & Kalli "Tora einai i seira mas"
(Tώρα είναι η σειρά μας)
It's our turn now 6 88
02  Denmark Danish Nicolai "Shake Shake Shake" 4 121
03  Croatia Croatian Lorena Jelusić "Rock Baby" 12 36
04  Romania Romanian Alina Eremia "Țurai!" Hey 5 89
05  United Kingdom English Joni Fuller "How Does It Feel?" 14 28
06  Sweden Swedish M+ "Gränslös kärlek" Borderless love 15 22
07  Russia Russian Vladislav Krutskikh "Doroga k solntsu"
(Дорога к солнцу)
Path to the sun 9 66
08  Macedonia Macedonian Denis Dimoski "Rodendeski baknež"
(Родендески бакнеж)
Birthday kiss 8 68
09  Netherlands Dutch Tess "Stupid" 7 82
10  Serbia and Montenegro Montenegrin Filip Vučić "Ljubav pa fudbal"
(Љубав па фудбал)
Love, than football 13 29
11  Latvia Latvian Kids4Rock "Es esmu maza jauka meitene" I'm a little lovely girl 11 50
12  Belgium French Lindsay "Mes rêves" My dreams 10 63
13  Malta English Thea & Friends "Make It Right!" 16 18
14  Norway Norwegian Malin "Sommer og skolefri"[9] Summer and school free 3 123
15  Spain Spanish Antonio José "Te traigo flores" I bring you flowers 2 146
16  Belarus Russian Ksenia Sitnik "My vmeste"
(Мы вместе)
We are together 1 149

Results

As surprise act the young Vladik Myagkostupov from the famous Cirque du Soleil showed his juggling abilities in a four minute performance while people were voting during the interval. While the votes were being counted, the Spanish María Isabel, performed a medley from the song with which she won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2004 and some of the numbers from the album she had recently released. She also presented the trophy to the winner.

The show opened with fireworks and bungee jumpers.

Acts

Contents

  • Acts 1
  • Results 2
  • Voting structure 3
  • Score sheet 4
    • 12 points 4.1
  • Commentators 5
  • See also 6
  • References 7
  • External links 8
    • Artists' sites 8.1

Belarus was the winner of this edition, with 10-year-old Ksenia Sitnik singing her song "My vmeste".

The show was watched by 8,500 people in the Arena, including the Belgian Prince Laurent and 20-25 million people around Europe.

The theme of the show was 'Let's Get Loud', standing for the new generation on the stage.

The public broadcasters of Switzerland and Poland didn't send candidates for financial reasons.[7] France didn't join because of restructuring within the channel.[8] Russia and Serbia and Montenegro made their debut in the competition this year.

[6] with Phil Bosco the Head of Delegation for Monaco, telling esctoday.com that "The Minister of State was very interested in the proposal".Monaco Interest was also stated by [5]

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