Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012

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Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012
Break The Ice
Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012 logo.png
Dates
Final date 1 December 2012 [1]
Host
Venue Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam [1]
Presenter(s) Ewout Genemans,
Kim-Lian van der Meij[2]
Director David Grifhorst
Executive supervisor Sietse Bakker
Host broadcaster Algemene Vereniging Radio Omroep (AVRO)
Opening act Rachel Traets
Leslie de Koning
Interval act All contenders of the JESC
Ralf Mackenbach
Kim-Lian van der Meij
Participants
Number of entries 12 [3]
Debuting countries  Albania
 Azerbaijan
 Israel
Withdrawing countries  Bulgaria[4]
 Latvia[5]
 Lithuania[5]
 Macedonia[4]
Vote
Winning song  Ukraine
"Nebo"
Junior Eurovision Song Contest
◄2011 2012 2013►

The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012 was the tenth edition of the contest. It took place at the Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam, Netherlands on 1 December 2012.[1][6] Dutch broadcaster AVRO was the host broadcaster for the event.[7] For the second time the Netherlands will host the contest, after hosting the contest in 2007 in Rotterdam. The motto for the contest was "Break The Ice".[8]

The show was hosted by Ewout Genemans and Kim-Lian van der Meij. The show was opened with the song Euphoria from Loreen performed by Rachel. The song Break the Ice by Kim-Lian van der Meij which was specially written for this contest and the 2009 winner Ralf Mackenbach performed also.[2] Twelve countries took part in the contest, making it the smallest number of countries participating in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest history, and equalling the number of countries participated in the 1970 Eurovision Song Contest held at RAI Congrescentrum. Israel, Albania and Azerbaijan made their debuts at the Junior Contest.[3] Whilst nine countries from the previous edition continued their participation in the contest, four countries have withdrew: Lithuania, Bulgaria, Latvia and Macedonia. The contest was won by Anastasiya Petryk for Ukraine with the song "Nebo". This is Ukraine's first Junior Eurovision victory and second Eurovision victory since Ruslana won in the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest in Istanbul.

Location[edit]

Location of the host city in the Netherlands.
For more details on the host city, see Amsterdam.

Amsterdam is the largest city and the capital of the Netherlands. The city's status as the capital of the nation is governed by the constitution.[9] The city is located in the province of North Holland in the west of the country. Amsterdam's name is derived from Amstelredamme,[10] indicative of the city's origin: a dam in the river Amstel. Settled as a small fishing village in the late 12th century, Amsterdam became one of the most important ports in the world during the Dutch Golden Age, a result of its innovative developments in trade. During that time, the city was the leading center for finance and diamonds.[11] In the 19th and 20th centuries, the city expanded, and many new neighborhoods and suburbs were formed.

On 27 February 2012 it was announced that the Heineken Music Hall (or commonly abbreviated as HMH) will be the venue for the tenth edition of the contest. The big hall (also called Black Box) is used for concerts, has a capacity of 5500 and is 3000 m². After parties are given in a smaller hall, with a capacity of 700. The Heineken Music Hall was specially designed for music shows, several artists like Madonna and Kylie Minogue made shows at the venue. Furthermore it is often used by the Dutch Entertainment Company Q-dance for the Event-Series X-Qlusive taking place several times a year.

Format[edit]

Logo and graphic design[edit]

The architect was Frits van Dongen. The motto for the contest was announced on 6 September 2012 as "Break The Ice".[8] Tickets for the contest went on sale from 10 September 2012.[6]

Participating countries[edit]

On 1 September 2012, the EBU announced that twelve countries would take part in the 2012 contest.[3] Albania, Azerbaijan, and Israel made their debut at the 10th edition. While Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, and Macedonia withdrew from participation.[4][5]

Returning artists[edit]

One confirmed representative had been announced as returning to the contest for a second time. Lerika who participated for Moldova in 2011 finishing in 6th place with the song "No, No", has represented Russia this time around, and got the 4th place.[12][13]

Result[edit]

Draw[14] Country[3] Language Artist[15] Song[15] English translation Place Points
01  Belarus Russian[16] Egor Zheshko "A more-more" (А море-море) O sea, sea 9 56
02  Sweden Swedish[17] Lova Sönnerbo "Mitt mod" My courage 6 70
03  Azerbaijan Azerbaijani, English[18] Omar & Suada "Girls and Boys (Dünya Sənindir)" The world is yours 11 49
04  Belgium Dutch[19] Fabian "Abracadabra" 5 72
05  Russia Russian, English[20] Lerika "Sensatsiya" (Сенсация) Sensation 4 88
06  Israel Hebrew, English,
French, Russian
Kids.il "Let the Music Win" 8 68
07  Albania Albanian[21] Igzidora Gjeta "Kam një këngë vetëm për ju" I have a song just for you 12 35
08  Armenia Armenian, English[22] Compass Band "Sweetie Baby" 3 98
09  Ukraine Ukrainian, English[23] Anastasiya Petryk "Nebo" (Небо) Sky 1 138
10  Georgia Georgian, English[24] Funkids "Funky Lemonade" 2 103
11  Moldova Romanian, English[25] Denis Midone "Toate vor fi" All will be fine 10 52
12  Netherlands Dutch[26] Femke "Tik Tak Tik" Tick Tock Tick 7 69

Scoreboard[edit]

Results
Total Score Kids Jury Belarus Sweden Azerbaijan Belgium Russia Israel Albania Armenia Ukraine Georgia Moldova Netherlands
Contestants Belarus 56 1 1 7 2 4 1 2 7 10 7 2
Sweden 70 6 7 1 5 5 7 12 2 2 7 4
Azerbaijan 49 2 2 3 1 3 10 5 8 3
Belgium 72 3 3 7 3 7 6 7 5 1 4 6 8
Russia 88 8 10 8 2 8 4 8 6 6 10 6
Israel 68 4 5 4 5 4 8 1 6 8 3 1 7
Albania 35 12 3 1 1 4 2
Armenia 98 5 8 6 7 10 10 3 12 12 3 10
Ukraine 138 10 12 12 4 12 12 12 6 12 10 12 12
Georgia 103 12 6 10 8 6 6 8 5 10 7 8 5
Moldova 52 4 2 10 3 2 5 4 3 4 2 1
Netherlands 69 7 1 5 6 10 1 2 8 4 3 5 5
All countries automatically receive 12 points

12 points[edit]

N. Contestant Voting nation
8 Ukraine Armenia, Belarus, Belgium, Israel, Moldova, the Netherlands, Russia, Sweden
2 Armenia Georgia, Ukraine
1 Albania Azerbaijan
Georgia Kids Jury
Sweden Albania
  • All countries were given 12 points at the start of voting. This was so no country got nul points.

Other countries[edit]

  •  Bulgaria – On 11 June 2012, Bulgarian National Television (BNT) confirmed that Bulgaria would not be taking part in the 2012 contest.[27]
  •  Cyprus – The Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation (CyBC) confirmed to esckaz.com in Baku that Cyprus would not be returning to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2012.[28]
  •  Finland – In mid June 2012, Yleisradio (Yle) confirmed to esckaz.com that they would not be debuting at the 2012 Contest. They did however say they were open to taking part in the future.[29]
  •  Italy – In July 2011, the EBU confirmed that Italian broadcaster Radiotelevisione italiana (RAI) were interested in making a debut at the 2011 contest. But a delay in negotiations meant that this would not be the case, and that Italy would certainly secure a place in 2012, if their desire to participate was still on the agenda.[30]
  •  Latvia – On 27 June 2012, Latvijas Televīzija (LTV) confirmed to esckaz.com that Latvia would not be taking part in the 2012 contest. The reason for withdrawal was not given, however it's believed that financial issues caused the withdrawal.[31]
  •  Lithuania – On 27 June 2012, Lithuanian National Radio and Television (LRT) confirmed to esckaz.com that Lithuania would not be taking part in 2012 contest. The Lithuanian Head of Delegation said, the withdrawal was due to the expense of broadcasting the 2012 Summer Olympics and 2012 UEFA European Football Championship leaving no budget for participation in 2012.[31]
  •  Macedonia – On 13 July 2012, Macedonian Radio-Television (MKRTV) confirmed to esckaz.com that they would not be taking part in the 2012 contest. They said this was due to issues with the way voting is held and the lack of budget for the contest.[4]
  •  Malta – Malta withdrew from the competition after a series of bad results including 2010.
  •  Norway – In early June 2012, Norsk rikskringkasting (NRK) confirmed that Norway would not return to the contest, this is due to a rule change that the EBU made in 2006, that allowed professional singers to take part.[27]
  •  Portugal – In early June 2012, Rádio e Televisão de Portugal (RTP) were approached by the EBU to take part in the 2012 contest. RTP declined due to financial difficulties.[32]
  •  San MarinoSan Marino RTV had originally planned to debut in the 2011 contest, but later withdrew their application in order to concentrate on their preparation for the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 instead. San Marino RTV has announced on 22 August 2012 that they will not take part in 2012 contest.[33]
  •  Serbia – When Serbia withdrew from the 2011 contest, the head of delegation said that a one-year break will be okay, for financial reasons and that hopefully they will return in 2012, in order to "not disappoint the Serbian kids".[34] However, the country didn't participate.
  •  Spain – Website esckaz.com asked Spanish broadcaster Televisión Española (TVE) about their participation in future editions. TVE was not able to give an affirmative or negative response on their participation in 2012.[35]

International broadcasts and voting[edit]

The order in which votes were cast during the 2012 contest along with the spokesperson who was responsible for announcing the votes for their respective country. Each national broadcaster also sent a commentator to the contest, in order to provide coverage of the contest in their own native language. Details of the commentators and the broadcasting station for which they represented are also included in the table below.

Spokespersons[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Siim, Jarmo (27 February 2012). "Junior 2012 in Amsterdam on December 1". European Broadcasting Union. 
  2. ^ a b Luke G (26 January 2012). "Junior Eurovision: Ewout Genemans and Kim-Lian to host 2012 edition". ESCDaily. Retrieved 27 January 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c d Jarmo Simm (1 September 2012). "Junior 2012: 12 countries to take part". European Broadcasting Union. 
  4. ^ a b c d Mikheev, Andy (11 June 2012). "Junior Eurovision 2012 Withdraws". ESCKaz. Retrieved 11 August 2012. First withdrawal of 2012 season is confirmed. Tsvetelina Popova, head of press of Bulgarian delegation, has informed ESCKAZ that "BNT took the decision and unfortunately will not participate in the Junior Eurovision 2012" 
  5. ^ a b c van Lith, Nick (27 June 2012). "Junior Eurovision: ‘Lithuania and Latvia withdraw’". escXtra.com. 
  6. ^ a b "Junior Eurovision: Tickets on sale". ESCdaily.com. 10 September 2012. 
  7. ^ Siim, Jarmo (11 October 2011). "Netherlands to host Junior 2012". European Broadcasting Union. 
  8. ^ a b Andy (6 September 2012). "ESCKaz.com provides the most comprehensive coverage of "Junior Eurovision 2012" – Delivering News First". ESCkaz. 
  9. ^ Dutch Wikisource. "Grondwet voor het Koningrijk der Nederlanden (1815) (Dutch)". Retrieved 2 May 2008. 
  10. ^ Encyclopædia Britannica Eleventh Edition, Vol 1, p896-898.
  11. ^ Cambridge.org, Capitals of Capital -A History of International Financial Centres – 1780–2005, Youssef Cassis, ISBN 978-0-521-84535-9
  12. ^ Luke G (3 June 2012). "Junior Eurovision: "Sensatsiya" for Russia". ESCDaily.com. 
  13. ^ "Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011". European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 1 September 2012. 
  14. ^ http://www.junioreurovision.tv/page/blog?id=check_results_of_junior_draw
  15. ^ a b "Junior Eurovision Song Contest – Amsterdam 2012". European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 9 October 2012. 
  16. ^ Mikheev, Andy. "Song details for Belarus". Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012. ESCKaz. Retrieved 21 October 2012. 
  17. ^ Mikheev, Andy. "Song details for Sweden". Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012. ESCKaz. Retrieved 21 October 2012. 
  18. ^ Mikheev, Andy. "Song details for Azerbaijan". Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012. ESCKaz. Retrieved 21 October 2012. 
  19. ^ Mikheev, Andy. "Song details for Belgium". Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012. ESCKaz. Retrieved 21 October 2012. 
  20. ^ Mikheev, Andy. "Song details for Russia". Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012. ESCKaz. Retrieved 21 October 2012. 
  21. ^ Mikheev, Andy. "Song details for Albania". Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012. ESCKaz. Retrieved 21 October 2012. 
  22. ^ Mikheev, Andy. "Song details for Armenia". Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012. ESCKaz. Retrieved 21 October 2012. 
  23. ^ Mikheev, Andy. "Song details for Ukraine". Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012. ESCKaz. Retrieved 21 October 2012. 
  24. ^ [1]
  25. ^ Mikheev, Andy. "Song details for Moldova". Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012. ESCKaz. Retrieved 21 October 2012. 
  26. ^ Mikheev, Andy. "Song details for Netherlands". Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012. ESCKaz. Retrieved 21 October 2012. 
  27. ^ a b Nuhiu, Rinor (11 June 2012). "JESC: Bulgaria withdraws, many countries reject a come-back!". ESCDaily. Retrieved 7 July 2012. 
  28. ^ Mikheev, Andy (10 June 2012). "Junior Eurovision 2012". esckaz.com. 
  29. ^ "Finland: No Debt At JESC For 2012". Eurovoix. 12 June 2012. 
  30. ^ Ghassan (2 July 2011). "Italy in Junior Eurovision?". Oikotimes. 
  31. ^ a b "JESC’12: Latvia & Lithuanian Have Withdrawn". Eurovoix. 27 June 2012. Retrieved 7 July 2012. 
  32. ^ "Portugal: No Return To JESC For 2012". Eurovoix. 6 June 2012. 
  33. ^ Mikheev, Andy (15 August 2012). "Junior Eurovision 2012 News". ESCKaz. Retrieved 29 August 2012. Meanwhile, San Marino broadcaster has informed ESCKAZ that they have decided not to take part in Junior Eurovision this year. 
  34. ^ Juhas, Ervin (5 July 2011). "RTS withdraws from JESC". Retrieved 11 August 2012. 
  35. ^ Mikheev, Andy (3 June 2012). "Spain maybe go in". ESCKaz. 

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