Tonight the first edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be broadcasted live from the Danish capital Copenhagen. The 16 participating countries are ready for the show!
At 20:00 CET the well-known Eurovision-tune will fill the European living rooms. The past week all contestants rehearsed to make sure that their performance is perfect.
Meanwhile, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest co-ordinator Jeroen Depraetere said in a press conference that the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) is thinking about a worldwide version of the contest. Every continent should select a winner for the final. The EBU pointed out that their ideas are still very basic and they are still considering all options.
From our colleagues of eurosong.be we heard that the second Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place in London on 20th November, 2004. The EBU has not yet confirmed this news yet. Earlier the idea was to hold the second edition in London, later the rules of the contest suggested the winning country will take over the orginasation.
Esctoday.com will keep you up-to-date today about what's happening on the scene. Our members will receive the first new esctoday.com mailing in their mailboxes tonight! Enjoy the show!