Ronan Keating may host Junior Eurovision

by Bjørn Erik Opheim 210 views

The Irish pop star Ronan Keating is a strong candidate to host the first ever annual Junior Eurovision Song Contest, according to the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), although no contract has yet been signed. Many of the brightest stars on the current pop sky are expected to perform during the show.

Ronan Keating, who hosted the 1997 Eurovision Song Contest and who became world famous as a lead singer of the boyband Boyzone, is currently in negotiations with EBU concerning the possible task of hosting the first edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, which will take place in Copenhagen in the autumn of this year. The inmensely popular and successful artists Robbie Williams, Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears have all been invited to perform during the two hour event. The record company EMI will release the winning composition throughout Europe, a song which will be decided through use of televoting.

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