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The Winner Of The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018… Written by on November 25, 2018 | 1 Comment

It was a spectacular show and a nailbiting voting round, but the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018 has finally announced its winner… With 215 points, victory goes to Roksana Węgiel and ‘Anyone I Want To Be’.

A record twenty participants gave the performance of their lives over the last two nights, but only one could claim the title!

After each countrys’ jury declaring their votes from 1 to 12 points, and the release of the combined public vote made by the official app, the 2018 Junior Eurovision Champion is Roksana from Poland.  The entry won the contest with an amazing final result of 215 points.

Rounding out this year’s medal podium are France for Silver and Australia with the Bronze.

Let the celebrations begin in Warsaw – congratulations to Poland!

Now we just await news of where we shall be heading for Junior Eurovision in 2019.  Stay tuned to ESC Insight for all the details once released.

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Sharleen Wright is the co-founder of ESC Insight and a freelance journalist and researcher. She has previously worked for numerous community radio stations in Sydney Australia, and contributed to the wider world of comedy holding production and promotions roles at both the Edinburgh Fringe and Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Her written words have appeared online, as well as The List magazine, and numerous fanzines on the topics of television and specifically, Eurovision . She is currently based in Australia and undertaking research on food and event tourism. You can follow Sharleen on Twitter (@sharly77) and Facebook (

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One response to “The Winner Of The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018…”

  1. Eurojock says:

    Have just had the opportunity to watch the final on playback having failed to find Radio 6 International after much dial twiddling while parked at a Service Station on the M40.

    My first impressions are that it was a very polished show with production values that wouldn’t have been out of place at Adult Eurovision.

    On the evidence of what I saw the strongest packages on the night were from Malta and Georgia (in the latter case perhaps overcoming the mediocre staging) -with honourable mentions to FYR Macedonia, France and Poland.

    I suspect Poland’s victory was sealed before a note was sung. A system that allows you to vote for your own country is fundamentally flawed. Not to say that Poland wasn’t a worthy winner. I thought the dancing, the camerawork and the most of all the black and white footage gave the song an edginess that the video version was lacking.

    So, well done Poland and well done to all the young competitors who served make this year’s JESC a memorable one.

    Oh and well done to the ESC Insight Team.

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