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Junior: all 18 countries have selected a song

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On 12th June Norway was the first country to select a song for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2004. No one could have guessed at that moment that the same country would also organize the second edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest after a second change of location. Yesterday Croatia was the last country to select a song.

All countries have chosen. These are the representatives of the 18 countries that will compete at the second edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest on 20th November 2004 in Lillehammer:

� Belarus | Egor Volchek – Spjavajtse so mnoj (Sing with me)
� Belgium | Free Spirits – Accroche-toi (Hold on)
� Croatia | Nika Turković – Hej mali (Hey baby)
� Cyprus | Marios Tofis – Onira (Dreams)
� Denmark | Cool Kids – Pigen er min (The girls is mine)
� FYR Macedonia | Martina Siljanovska – Zabava (Be happy)
� France | Thomas – Si on voulait bien (If we really wanted to)
� Greece | Secret Band – O palios mou eaftos (My self, my old folk)
� Latvia | Martins Talbergs – Balts vai melns (Black Or White)
� Malta |Young Talent Team – Power of a song
� The Netherlands | Klaartje & Nicky – Hij is een kei (He's great)
� Norway | @lek – En stjerne skal jeg bli (I'm gonna be a star)
� Poland | KWADro – Lap zycie (Catch the life)
� Romania | Noni Razvan Ene – Iti multumesc (Thank you)
� Spain | María Isabel – Antes muerta que sencilla (I�d rather be dead than simple)
� Sweden | Limelights – Varför jag? (Why me?)
� Switzerland | Demis Mirarchi – Birichino (Cheeky)
� United Kingdom | Cory Spedding – The best is yet to come

France and Switzerland are the new countries and join the 16 countries that participated at the first edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, last year in Copenhagen.

More information on the 18 participants can be found on our junior pages in cooperation with oikotimes.com and on the offcial Junior Eurovision Song Contest website.

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