Luke Fisher and Russell Davies don the white wigs of musical justice for the second of three Junior Juke Box Jury rounds for JESC 2012. In this show, Belarus, Armenia, Israel and our hosts The Netherlands are in the dock.
It’s the first Juke Box Jury show of Junior Eurovision 2012, and we have two new judges in Russell Davies and Roy Bennett rate Albania, Sweden, Georgia, and Russia, as a hit, a miss, or a maybe.
Melissa and Joanne from Duncan Place are the judges in the last Junior Juke Box Jury, listening to The Netherlands, Macedonia, Latvia and Russia.
Jordan, Maddie, and Rachel from Duncan Place are this week’s Judges on Junior Juke Box Jury, listening to the JESC songs from Georgia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Belarus, and Sweden.
Georgia, Andrew and Nicole from Duncan Place are this week’s Judges on Junior Juke Box Jury, listening to this year’s Junior Eurovision songs from Armenia, Moldova, Ukraine and Belgium. Will they be a hit, a miss, or a maybe?
The entire Junior Juke Box Jury team pitch in as we recap the top five songs from Minsk and the 2010 Junior Eurovision. How did the lie performances of Belarus, Georgia, Serbia, Russia and Armenia go down with the judges?
The Ukraine, Russia, Malta, FYR Macedona and last year’s winning song face Aaron and Georgia, this week’s Junior Juke Box Jury Judges. Hosted by Ewan Spence, www.escinsight.com
More previews from next week’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest, as The Netherlands, Serbia, Moldova, Armenia and Belarus come under the judgemental eye of the kids from Duncan Place. Who will be the Hit, who will Miss, and who will walk away with a maybe?
I know a lot of people ignore it, but I think that the Junior Eurovision Song Contest is a great ‘side’ event to our favourite TV show. The Eighth Edition takes place on the 20th November, and with 14 countries entering, there’s only one way to preview the songs. It’s time to call up the Juke Box Jury back into service!