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Poland wins the Junior Eurovision Song Contest again!

24 November 2019 at 18:50 CET
Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 winner Viki Gabor (Poland) Thomas Hanses
After an energy-filled live show with 19 outstanding performances on the Arena Gliwice stage, Viki Gabor from Poland won the 17th Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The annual Contest was organized by the EBU and Polish Host Broadcaster TVP. Poland takes home the title for the second time.

After a spectacular show that saw a very tight race to the finish, Poland's very own Viki Gabor was declared the winner of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with her song Superhero. Viki received 278 points from the national juries and online vote. Kazakhstan's Yerzhan Maxim came in second with 227 votes and Melani Garcia from Spain was third with 212 points.

There were a total of 3.77 million valid votes cast!

About Viki Gabor

Viki Gabor is 12 years old. She was born in Germany, began her education in Great Britain, and is currently living in Poland. In February 2019, she was a finalist of the second edition of The Voice Kids in Poland.

Read More: Viki's participant profile.

This year’s show was hosted by Polish TV presenters Ida Nowakowska and Aleksander Sikora and Junior Eurovision 2018 winner Roksana Węgiel who took home the trophy for her song Anyone I Want To Be.

Viki Gabor wins the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2019 EBU / Thomas Hanses

Today's show was seen by millions at home, on TV and on the official Junior Eurovision YouTube channel. Do you want to hear the song from this year's Junior Eurovision Song Contest? Listen to the album HERE!