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Junior Eurovision 2018: Poland wins in real life, Georgia wins in #esc

by | Nov 25, 2018

Junior Eurovision 2018: Poland wins in real life, Georgia wins in #esc

by | Nov 25, 2018 | Eurovision, Featured |

escgo.com and the #esc chat woke up from the off-season hibernation by gathering to watch the 2018 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest this afternoon!

And of course, it wouldn’t be an #esc viewing of a Eurovision-related event without some voting, would it?

Georgia won the #esc chat’s vote on JESC 2018, with Tamar Edilashvili’s “Your Voice” picking up an average score of 7.67 out of 10 from our chatters, followed by Russia (7.33) and Wales (7.09).

The actual winner of JESC 2018, “Anyone I Want To Be” by Roksana Węgiel from Poland, was met with relative indifference in our chat, finishing 15th in our ranking with an average score of 5.25.

Malta was our least favourite by some distance, scoring just 3.28 out of 10 on average – almost a whole point below the next-worst entry from Portugal.

As the on-season for ESC 2019 begins, with the first internal artist selections imminent and Festivali i Këngës just around the corner, stay tuned to escgo.com as we prepare to unleash our unique editorial view on proceedings.

There are plenty of other places you can watch the Polish winner, so let’s instead end with a reprise of the #esc chat favourite from JESC 2018!

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