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Even more music at Junior Eurovision 2020!

27 November 2020 at 10:00 CET
Viki Gabor, Roksana Węgiel and Duncan Laurence will perform Arcade together at Junior Eurovision 2020 EBU
We are sure most of you have already heard the 12 remarkable songs performing at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest this year. Now it's time to take a look at the interval acts! More music is guaranteed as Polish stars and a Eurovision winner will perform.

As has become tradition at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, last year's winner will perform her victorious song again. Viki Gabor will take Superhero back to the Junior Eurovision stage, and this will not be the only time she will perform.

Bringing in a piece of Eurovision
To show appreciation for the massive effort of the creative and production team of the Eurovision Song Contest, which will take place in May of 2021, host broadcaster TVP has invited a Dutch winner to perform on Sunday. Duncan Laurence, who won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2019 with his song Arcade, bringing the Contest back to The Netherlands after more than 40 years, will perform together with Polish Junior Eurovision winners Viki Gabor and Roksana Węgiel.

Duncan Laurence from The Netherlands won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2019 EBU / Thomas Hanses

Alicja Szemplińska was set to represent Poland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with her song Empires after winning the national selection Szansa Na Sukses in February. Unfortunately, Eurovision 2020 was cancelled, but this Sunday she will get to perform her song on the Junior Eurovision stage. During her performance, Alicja will be joined by a dance act.

#MoveTheWorld Dance Performance
If you joined the #JESCWatchParty last Sunday, you might have noticed that Poland is blessed with some fantastic dancers. Dance talent will be showcased again in the live show next Sunday. The dance act will continue the Move The World theme, as teenage dancers will perform a modern jazz routine that thanks people of all different professions for their daily efforts.

Common Song
Like last year, Gromee, a music producer and DJ who represented Poland at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2018, produced the Common Song. The song emphasizes the power and possibilities of the young generation. They are the future, and they want to be united because they are the ones who will Move The World! Traditionally, the 12 participants will perform the song in the final and this year is no exception! Viki Gabor already gave us a taste of the song at the Opening Ceremony earlier this week.

A show full of music is ahead of us! Make sure to tune in on Sunday 29 November at 17:00 Central European Time!