Life after JESC: Kesnia Sitnik
MINSK, BELARUS – Through this series of posts oikotimes.com would like to present information about the Junior Eurovision Song Contest winners after-winning-life. What happened to the JESC winners after their triumph in the contest?
Ksenia Mikhailovna Sitnik, sometimes also transliterated as Kseniya Sitnik or Xenia Sitnik, is a Belarusian child singer. She represented her home country in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005, which she won with the self-penned song “My Vmeste” (We Are Together).
Ksenia Sitnik won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2005, where she represented her home country, Belarus, with the song My Vmeste. Despite the song not being particularly popular in pre-contest polls: for example, in the Junior Europrediction poll, Ksenia came last with no points. Ksenia won, albeit narrowly – she had only three points more than the runner-up, Antonio José from Spain.
In November, 2006 Ksenia released a CD with accompanying music book called My Vmeste (“We Are Together”). She has released three music videos: Malenkiy Korablik (“Little Ship”) in 2006, Prostaya Pesenka (“Simple Song”) in 2007 and, most recently, Non-stop in 2009.
My vmeste (2006)
Respublika Kseniya (2010)