Poland won, for the second consecutive time, the Junior Eurovision , which took place in that country, with a song performed by Viki Gabor, while Portugal was in 16th place, represented by Joana Almeida.
According to the results registered on the festival’s website, which took place in the Polish locality of Gliwice, the song ‘Superhero’ was the winner, with strong public support.
In second place was the representative of Kazakhstan with the song ‘Armanynnan Qalma’, played by Yerzhan Machim, and in third place, Spain, with the song ‘Mars’, played by Melani Garcia.
Interestingly, both the theme of the Polish winner, as the Portuguese Joana Almeida, with the song ‘Come With Me’, speak of the need to mobilize people to save the planet.
Viki Gabor, 12, of Polish origin but born in Germany, started studying music in the United Kingdom and currently lives in Poland, where she was a finalist in February this year for the ‘The Voice Kids’ contest.
With this victory at the Junior Eurovision, Poland repeats Roksana Wegiel’s feat in the 2018 edition.
In this festival, as in the adult version, 50% of the points are given by a professional judge and the other 50% are given by the public.
The Junior Eurovision this year brought together singers from 19 countries aged between 9 and 14 years.