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Poland Wins Junior Eurovision 2019 Written by on November 24, 2019 | 1 Comment

Viki Gabor, with the song ‘Superhero‘, is the victor here in Arena Gliwice, Poland.

Congratulations to Viki Gabor and Poland for winning the Junior Eurovision Song Contest with 278 points.

The song ‘Superhero‘ was well liked by both juries and televoters, scoring 112 points with the juries and 166 points with the online vote.

This makes it back-to-back victory’s after winning the 2018 competition in Minsk.

Kazakhstan, on their 2nd ever attempt at Junior Eurovision, finished in 2nd place with 227 points. Kazakhstan had won the jury vote with 148 points, but was pipped in a dramatic finish.

Spain, with Melani Garcia performing the song ‘Marte‘ finished in 3rd place with a score of 212 points.


The full scoretable is now available through the Junior Eurovision website, including the rankings from each individual juror.

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One response to “Poland Wins Junior Eurovision 2019”

  1. Eurojock says:

    I hadn’t been following JESC much this year until I tuned in to watch the live final. I must say the top four didn’t surprise me. Poland deserved to win as they had the best overall package of song and performance. The young Kazakh singer was very polished. The Spanish singer had a lovely unusual tone to her voice and The Netherlands gave a very polished performance live.

    My favourite song in the run up was Ukraine, but the staging let them down badly.

    Thanks to all at ESC Insight for your coverage.

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