JESC 2018 🇧🇾 the latest aftermath headlines
Vasil Dimitrov (Bulgaria)
KAZAKHSTAN – Producer thanked Khabar Agency and the Kazakh Government seems to have been annoyed by the results of his country stating that: “On the whole, we entered TOP 7. Although I personally think we should be in the top three. Is there a political motive in this, I certainly cannot judge, I want to believe that they don’t play games on children”.
POLAND – The Cutfather has revealed that “Anyone I Want To Be” had been offered to Iggy Azalea and Rita Ora before being selected to represent Poland at Junior Eurovision.
JESC 2018 – EBU revealed the splits voting which can be found in the following link. The number of points which each nation received from the online voting was determined by the percentage of votes received. For example, if a song receives 20% of the votes, then it will receive 20% of the available points.
ITALY – 34,300 people watched the show yesterday. This is 0,21% in TV share. Last year the viewing rates were 37,000 people, 0,23% in TV share.
FRANCE – A total of 1.16 million viewers watched in France as the nation had their best result in a Eurovision Contest since 1991.
POLAND – 2.2 million viewers watched on TVP1 as Poland took their first victory in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Minsk, Belarus.
PORTUGAL – 60,000 more viewers tuned in to the final live from Minsk, Belarus. A total of 277,000 tuned in to watch the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018 live from Minsk, Belarus on RTP 1.
THE NETHERLANDS – The Netherlands has recorded their lowest ever viewing figures for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, with the contest losing over 50,000 viewers. 226,000 viewers watched on NPO Zapp yesterday afternoon as the Netherlands finished 13th
SERBIA – The Serbian jury awarded their 12 points to FYR Macedonia, with 10 points going to Poland and 8 to Ukraine. The entry that the Serbian jury ranked the lowest was Albania. The five jurors were:
Vojislav Borisavljevic – Composer and Chairperson of the Serbian jury at Eurovision 2017
Leontina Pat – Singer and songwriter
Lejla Hot – Singer and musician
Jana Paunovič – Represented Serbia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017
ISRAEL – The Israeli jury gave 8 points to Ukraine, 10 points to Malta and 12 points to Georgia. The adult jury members were: Aya Korem – Pop/rock singer and songwriter, Avi Greinik – Singer, Imri Ziv – Represented Israel at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 with “I Feel Alive”. The members of the jury between the ages of 9 and 14 years were: Michaela Sher – Participated in the Israeli selection process for Junior Eurovision 2018, Eviatar Leket
JESC 2018 – Her are the number of web voting cast per country and attributed into votes.
Poland – 150.529 votes (136 points)
France – 129.499 votes (117 points)
Kazakhstan – 114.003 votes (103 points)
Ukraine – 86.333 votes (78 points)
Armenia – 77.478 votes (70 πόντοι)
The Netherlands – 75.264 votes (68 points)
Russia – 68.623 votes (62 points)
Ital – 63.089 votes (57 points)
Australia – 58.662 votes (53 points)
Belarus – 58.662 votes (53 points)
Israel – 52.021 votes (47 points)
Malta – 47.594 votes (43 points)
Portugal – 46.487 votes (42 points)
Georgia – 43. 166 votes (39 points)
Ireland – 39.846 votes (36 points
FYR Macedonia – 38.739 votes (35 points)
Albania – 37.632 v (34 points)
Azerbaijan – 33. 205 v (30 points)
Wales – 32.098 votes (29 points)
Serbia – 30.991 votes (28 points)