Georgia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2010
|Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2010|
|Selection process||National Final|
|Selection date(s)||12 September 2010|
|Selected entrant||Mariam Kakhelishvili|
|Selected song||"Mari Dari"|
|Final result||4th, 109 points|
|Georgia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest|
Georgia participated in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2010 which took place on 20 November 2010, in Minsk, Belarus. Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) was responsible for organising their entry for the contest. Mariam Kakhelishvili was externally selected to represent Georgia with the song "Mari Dari". Georgia placed fourth with 109 points.
Prior to the 2010 Contest, Georgia had participated in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest three times since its debut in 2007. They have never missed an edition of the contest, and have won at the 2008 contest.
Before Junior Eurovision
|02||Ana Davitaia||Garet Mzea|
|08||Kato Salukvadze||Old-time Rock&Roll|
|10||Mariam Kakhelishvili||Mari Dari||1st|
Artist and song information
|Born||9 October 1995|
|Genres||Pop, dance-pop, electro|
|Occupation(s)||Singer-songwriter, dancer, fashion model|
|Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2010 entry|
Giga Kukhianidze, Mariam Kakhelishvili
|◄ "Lurji prinveli" (2009)|
|"Candy Music" (2011) ►|
"Mari Dari" is a song by Georgian singer Mariam Kakhelishvili. It represented Georgia during the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2010. It is composed by Giga Kukhianidze with lyrics from both Kukhianidze and Kakhelishvili.
At Junior Eurovision
During the final, Mariam Kakhelishvili performed amongst four background dancers, who wore white outfits and pink gloves and wigs. Mariam Kakhelishvili placed fourth at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2010, receiving 109 points for her song "Mari Dari".
Points awarded to Georgia
|12 points||10 points||8 points||7 points||6 points|
|5 points||4 points||3 points||2 points||1 point|
Points awarded by Georgia