Junior Eurovision 2020: Here are this year’s interval acts

Junior Eurovision 2020: Here are this year’s interval acts

The Polish organisers  have revealed the Junior Eurovision 2020 the interval acts in next Sunday’s  live show from Warsaw.

TVP and EBU ambition to bring us a spectacular show on our screens at 17:00 CET next Sunday. A Eurovision winner, last two years’ JESC winners along with other Polish stars will be included in this year’s interval act.

A liitle bit of Eurovision on stage

Fans have missed so much the Eurovision Contest especially after this year’s cancellation,thus the Polish broadcaster has decided to invite back on stage the winner of Eurovision 2019 in Tel Aviv, Duncan Laurence, bringing us a little bit of the Eurovision spirit on the JESC  stage in Warsaw.

Duncan Laurence will  perform his  winning song ‘Arcade’  joined by the past two Junior Eurovision winners Viki Gabor and Roksana Węgiel to perform the song together.

Alicja Szemplińska  was set to  to represent Poland at the 2020  Eurovision Song Contest after winning  the Polish national selection Szansa Na Sukses in February with her song ‘Empires’. Alicja saw her Eurovision journey to Rotterdam remain incomplete as the contest was cancelled due to the covid-19 pandemic but will have the chance to perform her ESC 2020 entry on stage during Sunday’s show.

#Move the world

Following the tradition that want all competing acts in a common performance , the 12 participants will perform this year’s Common Song, named after this year’s slogan Move The World. We already saw Viki Gabor perform the song at the Opening Ceremony earlier this week and today during the press conference earlier this afternoon.

While this year’s slogan is Move the World the host broadcaster has planned for us a stage full of motion with teenage dancers performing a modern jazz routine, thanking people of all different professions for their daily contribution.

News Source: JuniorEurovision.tv

Angelo D.

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