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Junior Eurovision: Georgian contestants want all the fans to dance with them

Junior Eurovision: Georgian contestants want all the fans to dance with them

PanARMENIAN.Net - 2011 Junior Eurovision’s Georgia contenders call on all the fans of the contest to support them.

The Candy band will be performing Candy Music song, and hope for all the fans to dance with them.

One of the band members, Armenian-born Ana Khanchalyan confessed to loving sweets, especially candies. The rest of the girls prefer ice cream and are looking forward to the end of the contest to have some.

The Junior Eurovision Song Contest was established in 2003. In 2010, the contest was broadcast live from Minsk, Belarus, where young talents between 10 and 15 from 14 countries showed their skills.

Armenia has participated in the contest since 2007, when it was represented by Arevik (Sun) Armenian group, winning the 2nd place. In 2008 Monika Manucharyan with her song ranked 8th. Luara Hayrapetyan representing Armenia in Eurovision 2009 again won the second place sharing it with a singer from Belarus, Roman Voloznev. In 2010, Vladimir Arzumanyan with his song Mama brought Armenia a smashing victory.

This year Dalita with her song “Welcome to Armenia” will represent Armenia performing the 4th.

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