… and suddenly there is a Russian representative for the 2005 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Vlad Krutskih will represent the biggest participating nation. It's unknown which song he will sing, but we will most likely learn more about him on Thursday, when the delegtion heads meet in Belgium.
10-year old Vlad is a member of the group Volshebniki Dvora, which exists of 70 children. Members of the group enjoy a five-year music training. The first Russian representative at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest earlier won the Russian final for the World Championship of Performing Arts, which took place in Hollywood. His first album will be released next month.
The young singer has been chosen internally.
RTR, the broadcaster responsible for the Russian junior participant, recorded two songs. Which song Vlad will sing on 26th November will most likely become known during Thursday's press conference. Russia is the last country announcing its participant.