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“Junior Eurovision Song Contest”, final in Armenia

Francesca Vialdini and Mario Acamba will be the leaders of Italy’s “Junior Eurovision Song Contest”, a version of the Eurovision festival dedicated to singers under the age of 14. The event, now in its 20th edition, will take place on Sunday December 11th at the Demircian Arena in Yerevan, Armenia. The event will follow live, starting at 3.50pm, on Rai 1 and RaiPlay. A very young Chanel Delicta will represent Rai and Italy with the song “Bla Bla Bla Bla”, a song that reminds us to be committed not only to words. Francesca Vialdini (presenter on Rai 1 of the program “Da noi … freewheel” broadcast on Sunday afternoons, which will give way to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest) has been following “Zecchino d’Oro” for some time, while Mario Acamba, in His fifth consecutive year with Junior, the press room and carpet appointments at the final Eurovision Song Contest in Turin in May. With “Spin The Magic”, the motto of this twentieth edition, this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022 will see, in addition to Italy, the participation of Albania, Armenia, France, Georgia, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Malta, North Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Spain, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Ukraine. The songs will be voted on by juries of experts from each competing country and the audience inside. You can support Chanel Dilecta and her song by voting for free from Friday 9 to Sunday 11 December at the event website https://junioreurovision.tv/. Chanel Delicta Apolloni, 13 years old, lives in Thiene (Vicenza) and attends preparatory school. She loves music, singing and dancing, feelings she inherited from her parents. Her mother is an opera singer, Ray Kids took care of choosing the young artist and the song, recording the song and creating a video clip, conceiving and supervising theatrical performance, jury selection and voting, even mass broadcast live via satellite with commentary from Italian orchestra leaders. The initiative is being carried out with the cooperation and oversight of RAI’s International Relations and European Affairs department, which is entrusted with coordinating activities related to the on-site event, with particular reference to relations with Host Broadcaster ArmTv Productions and the European Broadcasting Union (Ebu).

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