Armenia's Yan Girls complete the Junior Eurovision artist lineup25 October 2023 at 20:05 CEST
The band, featuring Nane, Nensi, Kamilla, Syuzana and Aida, are inspired by their favourite K-pop artists, and want to bring that familiar sound to the Junior Eurovision stage before taking it to a whole new level.
Young, colorful, rebellious and poppy, Yan Girls sing about the importance of staying true to yourself, being confident and doing things the best way – their way.
Do It My Way was composed by tokionine, with the lyrics written by Junior Eurovision 2021 champion Maléna and Vahram Petrosyan - the same team behind the winning song Qami Qami. The music video is directed by Artur Manukyan.
About the Yan Girls...
Nancy Mnatsakanyan is 11 years old. Most of all, she loves singing and painting and is fond of art. Her favourite music genre is pop and her favourite music artists are Iveta Mukuchyan, Aram MP3, Dua Lipa, Beyonce, BLACKPINK, and BTS. Her biggest dream was to represent Armenia in Junior Eurovision.
9-year-old Aida is passionate about singing and dancing. Her favourite music genres are K-pop and hip-hop, with her favourite groups being BLACKPINK, Triple Charms, and BTS. In her free time, she loves surfing. She has many dreams – one is being the lead actress in a movie, and the biggest one is having her own song and dance studio.
Syuzanna Nikoyan is 10 years old. She sings, dances, plays piano, and does artistic gymnastics. Her best friend is her dog - the first to listen to all her songs.
Kamilla Davtyan is 11 years old. She has played piano, and drums and has sung since the age of 4. She loves games and puzzles. In her free time she builds unique structures with Lego. Her favourite music genres are classical and contemporary pop music.
Nané Andreasyan is 11 years old. She loves to sing, dance and pose for the camera. Her hobby is painting, and she’s proud that some of her paintings have been displayed at different exhibitions.
Between the girls, they care for 10 fish, 3 dogs, a turtle, a hamster, and a talking parrot named Jacko.
Junior Eurovision 2023 took place in Nice, France on Sunday 26 November and was won by Zoé Clauzure from France! You can rewatch it live via the official Junior Eurovision YouTube channel (if available in your country).
All 16 songs are available to watch on our YouTube channel and listen to the official album on all streaming platforms, and of course, you're invited to vote for your favourites too! How do I vote in Junior Eurovision? Here's how...