In two weeks the 13th Junior Eurovision Song Contest takes place at the Arena Amreec in Sofia, Bulgaria. While we wait impatiently for the 21st of November to come, Eurovision.tv continues the series of "Junior" articles to take a look at the participants of the 2015 edition, the Super 17. In this "Part Two" we continue the countdown previewing the entries of Bulgaria, FYR Macedonia, Georgia and Italy!
The host country of this year's Junior Eurovision Song Contest brings us a duo that will try to improve last year's second place in Malta and give Bulgaria its first victory and on home soil! The chosen ones are Gabriela Yordanova (13) & Ivan Stoyanov (12), both with extensive experience and artistic achievements. Although the song they will perform is in the Bulgarian language, its title is in English, Colour Of Hope:
Ivana Petkovska and Magdalena Aleksovska. They are both thirteen years old and come from Skopje, FYR Macedonia. Ivana made her first steps in music when she was only 5, and she has both sung and danced in a national folklore ensemble through her country. Magdalena is a student in the State Music Ballet Centre, and a member of the Piccolo children’s choir. They applied solo but ended up as a duo to perform the song Pletenka - Braid of Love in Sofia:
Bzikebi and the song Bzz... and with CANDY and their Candy Music in 2011. To keep up with the good showings they send another group this year, The Virus: Elen (11), Tako (11), Lizi (12) and Data (11) who will perform for us in Bulgaria the song called Gabede and who knows if they'll do it in their pyjamas!!
Vincenzo Cantiello and Tu primo grande amore. Trying to match that feat are a couple of twins. Born in Reggio Calabria, fifteen year old sisters Chiara and Martina Scarpari showed a natural love of music since their early childhood which was witnessed by their whole nation in the popular TV show Ti Lascio Una Canzone. In Bulgaria they'll sing Viva, a song about the dreams of the teens, their first love and new emotions. But it is also the sweet memories of their grandfather, who was the first to #discover their talent: