Through its official Junior Eurovision Song Contest YouTube page, Australia has announced its representative at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The 14-year-old Jordan Anthony will represent the Aussies in the next competition  set to take place in Gliwice-Silesia on November 24.

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A few words about Jordan 

Jordan Anthony comes from Perth, Western Australia. This is the first time the land of down under selects a male vocalist to represent the country in Junior Eurovision. The young act came to his first fame by participating in the Australian version of the talent show  The Voice , during which he was on Delta Goodrem’s team. Jordan achieved to reach the final where he finished 4th .

Among other the young Australian acts refers on this year’s message by saying:

The theme this year for Junior Eurovision is ‘Share the Joy,’ and I think it’s an amazing message. I’m always about spreading light and love with everyone always, and I definitely want to convey that message through my song as well this year.

Jordan goes on saying how he always wanted to share is music and doing this on the JESC world stage is for him a dream come true.

Australia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest

Australia debuted at the  Junior Eurovision Song Contest  in 2015  with Bella Paige  and her entry “My Girls”, which finished in 8th with 64 points. Its best results have  came in 2017 with  “Speak Up” performed by Isabella Clarke and in 2018 with its entry “Champion” sung by Jael Wena in Minsk which both came 3rd.