YEREVAN. – Submission deadline for Junior Eurovision 2012 song contest was over for the Armenian participants on Monday. The contest is scheduled for Dec. 1st in the Netherlands, head of the Armenian delegation to the Eurovision Gohar Gasparyan told Armenian News-NEWS.am.
She also said that there were lots of applications, however, many of them simply did not meet the necessary criteria. After all, 20 songs were selected. The jury will select the top ten from those twenty applications and the Armenian national final will be aired in the midst September. The jury and the audience will select the best participant by 50/50 voting, who will later present Armenia in the Junior Eurovision-2012.
In addition, there are celebrity applicants this year, including Armenian Police Chief Vladimir Gasparyan’s daughter Angelina Gasparyan.
To note, Junior Eurovision 2011 Song Contest was held in Armenia’s capital, Yerevan, and the winner was the group “Candy,” from Georgia, one of whose members was an Armenian girl by the name of Anna Khanchalyan.
Junior Eurovision 2012 Song Contest will be held on December 1st in the Netherlands.
Armenian Police Chief’s daughter to participate in Junior Eurovision national