Date: 29 November 2020
Venue: TVP (Warsaw, Poland)
Voting system: 1-8, 10 & 12 points. Jury + Televoting 50%
Number of countries: 12
Hosts: Ida Nowakowska-Herndon, Rafał Brzozowski & Małgorzata Tomaszewska
Slogan: Move The World!

Returning nations Belarus (BTRC), France (FTV), Georgia (GPB), Kazakhstan (Khabar Agency), Malta (PBS), the Netherlands (AVROTROS), Russia (RTR), Serbia (RTS), Spain (RTVE), Ukraine (UA:PBC) and hosts Poland (TVP) all will take part. They will be joined by Germany (ARD/ZDF/Kika) which is competing for the very first time.

The show, hosted for the second year in succession by TVP, will take on a different form this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic: The 18th Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be hosted live from Warsaw in a studio with all presenters and necessary crew socially distancing. Interval acts will also perform live from Warsaw.

To protect the health of all the artists and ensure the competition can still take place in a fair and safe way, all the competing songs will be performed in a studio in each participating country.

“Travel restrictions and the ongoing issues relating to the COVID-19 pandemic mean regrettably we cannot bring all the artists to Poland to compete in person at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest this year, We are determined however that the show must go on and that this competition, held annually since 2003, must continue. Despite the changes this year, all the talented youngsters chosen to represent their countries will still have an equal chance to shine, and, as is tradition, families from around the world will be able to vote for their favourite songs online.” said Martin Österdahl, the Contest’s Executive Supervisor.

To ensure continuity and the fairness of the competition, EBU Members in the 13 participating countries have agreed to use a similar stage layout and technical set up to capture the performance of their artist(s).


1GermanySusanStronger With You6612
2KazakhstanKarakat BashanоvaForever1522
3The NetherlandsUnityBest Friends1324
4SerbiaPetar AničićHeartbeat8511
5BelarusArina PehterevaAliens1305
6flag_Georgia_icoPolandAlicja TraczI’ll Be Standing909
7GeorgiaSandra GadeliaYou Are Not Alone1116
8MaltaChanel MonseigneurChasing Sunsets1008
9RussiaSofia FeskovaMoy Novy Den (My New Day)8810
11UkraineOleksandr BalabanovVidkryvai (Open)1067


Ida Nowakowska-Herndon is a Polish-American dancer, actress and TV personality. As a young girl, Ida played in the movies ‘Bandit’ and ‘Out of Reach’ with Steven Seagal. She studied in New York at the Professional Performing Arts School and Steps on Broadway and graduated from her studies at the Film, Theater and Television Department of the University of California, Los Angeles. In college, she also worked as a dancer on a tour with Bruno Mars and Cee Lo Green and has performed at the very famous Metropolitan Opera. Ida was a judge in the American talent show ‘The World’s Best’, and last year, she became the host of TVP’s popular morning show ‘Question for Breakfast’.We got to know Ida in 2019, as she was the co-host of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Gliwice-Silesia next to Aleksander Sikora and Junior Eurovision winner Roksana Węgiel.

Rafał Brzozowski is a Polish singer and TV presenter. He was a contestant in several TVP song competitions in 2011 and in that same year published two singles that made him one of the most famous singers of his generation.

In 2017, he was a finalist in the Polish national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest with the song Sky Over Europe and co-hosted the national selection for the 15th Junior Eurovision Song Contest back in 2017. In 2019, he was a juror for the 64th Eurovision Song Contest.

Małgorzata Tomaszewska is a psychology graduate but started her career in the TV business as a sports presenter. She took part in the 4th edition of ‘Dancing with the Stars’. In May 2019, she became the co-host of TVP’s ‘Question for Breakfast’ and currently hosts ‘The Voice Of Poland’.





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