Armenia wins 19th Junior Eurovision Song Contest

Armenia wins 19th Junior Eurovision Song Contest

PanARMENIAN.Net - 14-year-old Maléna representing Armenia has won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021, giving her country its second win and first since 2010.

Maléna stunned the millions watching around the world on TV and online with an incredible performance of "Qami Qami", finishing with an impressive 224 points.

Armenia first took part in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2007 and has finished in the Top 3 seven times in total.

Maléna from Yerevan is a talented cellist, and has dreamed about representing Armenia for many years; she participated in her nation’s selection competition back in 2018.

Sara James from Poland, received 218 points to finish in 2nd place with “Somebody”. France's Enzo singing "Tic Tac” was 3rd with 187 points.

EBU Members and Associates from 19 different countries took part in the annual competition for talented youngsters aged 9 to 14. The 19th edition was organized by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), hosted by France Télévisions (FTV) with all artists performing live on stage at La Seine Musicale in Paris, despite the challenges faced by the ongoing pandemic.

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