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Malta hosted the 2014 Junior Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday 15th November. Just like in 2011 and 2013, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest took place in the previous year’s winning country.

The 2014 Junior Eurovision Song Contest had a slogan: #Together, and its logo was inspired by the Maltese cross.
16 countries took part in 2014 including debuts from Montenegro, Slovenia and eventual winner, Italy. The winning song, Tu Primo Grande Amore, was performed by Vincenzo Cantiello. Bulgaria finished second with Armenia in third place.

The show

Participants & Scoreboard
Saturday, 15 November, 2014, 19:30
Location
Malta Shipbuilding, Marsa, Malta, Malta
Host broadcaster
PBS
Presented by
Moira Delia
Executive Producer
Anton Attard
EBU Supervisor
Vladislav Yakovlev

Malta hosted the 2014 Junior Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday 15th November. Just like in 2011 and 2013, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest took place in the previous year’s winning country.

The 2014 Junior Eurovision Song Contest had a slogan: #Together, and its logo was inspired by the Maltese cross.
16 countries took part in 2014 including debuts from Montenegro, Slovenia and eventual winner, Italy. The winning song, Tu Primo Grande Amore, was performed by Vincenzo Cantiello. Bulgaria finished second with Armenia in third place.

The show

Participants & Scoreboard
Saturday, 15 November, 2014, 19:30
Location
Malta Shipbuilding, Marsa, Malta, Malta
Host broadcaster
PBS
Presented by
Moira Delia
Executive Producer
Anton Attard
EBU Supervisor
Vladislav Yakovlev

The contest

Number of participants
16
Winner