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The Contest for talented youngsters aged between 9 and 14 will take place in November in Nice, France. The winner will be determined by national juries and global online voting.

The process to select the act and song is now underway and is being led by CBBC with BBC Studios Entertainment and Music. The act and song representing the UK will be announced in due course.

Patricia Hidalgo, Director BBC Children’s and Education, previously said: “We are beyond excited to bring the Junior Eurovision Song Contest to the BBC for the first time, and to showcase the diverse young musical talent from across Europe for children and their families to discover and enjoy together."

"This junior version of Eurovision will undoubtedly encapsulate the same spirit of unity that the adult contest brings, reflecting the heart of what CBBC is all about, an inclusive channel that celebrates the diversity and creativity in all children. I can’t wait to unveil our own musical talent who will proudly represent the UK."

Further details, including who will be commentating for the UK, will be announced in due course.


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