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Breaking News: Congratulations, Malta!

21 November 2015 at 22:57 CET

Congratulations go out to Destiny Chukunyere from Malta, with the song "Not My Soul"! Winning the contest with 185 points, the 13-year-old from the city of Birkirkara won by a 9-point margin. Tonight's victory marks Malta's second victory in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in only three years!

Not only did Destiny win the trophy for her homeland, but she did it decisively: Malta's win with 185 points is the highest point total in Junior Eurovision Song Contest history, beating the high-water mark set by Spain's María Isabel in 2004.

Second place went to MIKA from Armenia with "Love", and third place went to Slovenia's Lina Kuduzović with her song "Prva ljubezen".

Trophies will be given out to our three top placed acts in a press conference immediately following the show this evening.

The full results are as follows:

  1. 185 points - Malta
  2. 176 points - Armenia
  3. 112 points - Slovenia
  4. 105 points - Belarus
  5. 093 points - Albania
  6. 080 points - Russia
  7. 079 points - Serbia
  8. 064 points - Australia
  9. 062 points - Bulgaria
  10. 051 points - Georgia
  11. 038 points - Ukraine
  12. 036 points - Ireland
  13. 036 points - Montenegro
  14. 036 points - San Marino
  15. 035 points - The Netherlands
  16. 034 points - Italy
  17. 026 points - Macedonia

The full split of jury and televotes will be revealed in the coming weeks.

In the thirteen years that Junior Eurovision has been running, many performers have grown up to have successful careers in their home countries and beyond, with a few even "graduating" to the Eurovision Song Contest. We would like to extend our heartfelt appreciation to all of the brilliant young artists that we saw on stage tonight, as well as their teams from the seventeen participating nations here in Bulgaria tonight.