Watch now: Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014 Final

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TONIGHT – live from Malta at 19:00 CET – is the 2014 Junior Eurovision Song Contest Final.

Taking place under the slogan #together, with a total of sixteen countries competing, the 12th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest is being staged at the 4,000 to 4,500 capacity Malta Shipbuilding Arena, situated in Marsa, near the Maltese capital Valletta.  Hosted by the popular television personality Moira Delia, the show will be screened by the national broadcaster PBS.

This is the first time that a Eurovision related event will come from Malta, following Gaia Cauchi’s victory at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest of 2013, which was held in Kiev, Ukraine.

How to watch


The show begins at 19:00 CET and will be available to watch and listen to via the following options.

  • Viewers in the sixteen participating countries can watch the Junior Eurovision Song Contest Final via their national broadcasters. Among the sixteen broadcasters, five channels will also be available via satelitte. They include:
    • ARMTV (Armenia)
    • RIK (CyBC) (Cyprus)
    • Rai Gulp (Italy)
    • RTR Planeta (Russia)
    • SMRTV (San Marino)
  • There is a web TV link via

A number of radio stations from non-participating countries will be airing the show, with information below:


The participants

Italy, Slovenia and Montenegro are the three countries debuting at Junior Eurovision this year, with Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus and Serbia all returning to the competition.  The participating countries and entrants at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014 are listed below in the official running order:

  1. Belarus – Nadezhda Misyakova Sokol (Falcon)
  2. Bulgaria – Krisia, Hasan and IbrahimPlanet of the children
  3. San Marino – The PeppermintsBreaking my heart
  4. Croatia – JosieGame over
  5. Cyprus – Sophia PatsalidesI pio omorfi mera (The most beautiful day)
  6. Georgia – Lizi Japaridze (Lizi Pop)Happy day
  7. Sweden – Julia KedhammarDu är inte ensam
  8. Ukraine – Sympho-NickPryyde vesna (Spring will come)
  9. Slovenia – Ula LožarNisi sam/Your light
  10. Montenegro – Maša Vujadinovic & Lejla VulićBudi dijete na jedan dan
  11. Italy – Vincenzo CantielloTu primo grande amore
  12. Armenia – BettyPeople of the sun
  13. Russia – Alisa KozhikinaDreamer
  14. Serbia – Emilija DjoninSvet u mojim očima (World in my eyes)
  15. Malta – Federica FalzonDiamonds
  16. The Netherlands – JuliaAround


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The interval

All of the evening’s entrants will each sing a section of the official Junior Eurovision 2014 theme song “#together” as part of the interval.  Check out the song below:

The voting

The voting will follow the model used in the Senior Eurovision Song Contest, with combined jury and televotes initially awarding participants from 1 to 8 points, before 10 points and the maximum 12 points go to the favourite songs of the participating countries.

Online voting is also available this year for international fans.  During the televoting period, viewers of the webcast will be directed to a page where they can cast their vote.  These votes will have no influence on the televoting results but a special ‘Online Award’ will be presented to the winner at the press conference after the Final.

Who will you be supporting?  Which songs are your favourites?  Who is the winner?  Be sure to let us know your thoughts!

Stay tuned to for all the latest news on the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.