Winners press conference 2019
Viki Gabor won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Gliwice-Silesia Photo: Thomas Hanses

Life after Junior Eurovision with Viki, Joana, Mila, Tatyana & Denberel

There are a little bit more than 4 months left until the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Poland! Before new artists are announced, we take a look back at 2019 to see what the contestants from last year have been up to since the Contest.

Viki Gabor (Poland)

Since her victory at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with her song Superhero, Viki Gabor has released several singles including Ramię w ramię (Together with Kayah) the music video for which has been watched over 33 Million times on YouTube, and Getaway, which was published in April of this year. Together with Roksana Węgiel, Marchin Maciejczak, Zuza Jabłońska and the group 4dreamers, she released the song Still Standing.

On her birthday on 10 July, Viki announced that her first album will be released in September.

During Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light, a show broadcast on 16 May which replaced the cancelled Eurovision Song Contest, Viki announced some exciting news about the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020. She revealed the artwork and slogan for the upcoming edition of the Contest. The slogan for 2020 will be Move The World!

Joana Almeida (Portugal)

Joana Almeida represented Portugal last year with her song Vem Comigo (Come With Me). Back home, she likes to bake. Together with her brother she creates the most delicious cakes and they sometimes even invent of their own recipes!

Tatyana Mezhentseva and Denberel Oorzhak (Russia)

Russia was represented by Tatyana Mezhentseva and Denberel Oorzhak at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The duo is still in touch but are also currently doing their own thing. Denberel has opened an Instagram account and Tatyana has been blogging on her YouTube Channel. Tatyana also released a new song called Неоновый рюкзак (Neon Backpack).

Mila Moskov (North Macedonia)

Mila Moskov from North Macedonia came 6th at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019; the second-best result ever for her country. Her song Fire has been played nearly 300.000 times on Spotify. In March, Mila celebrated her 15th birthday.

Curious what the other 2019 artists have been up to after the Junior Eurovision Song Contest? Check out what Georgi, Anna, Marta, Yerzhan and Eliana have been doing. Earlier, you might have read more about Isea, Karina, Jordan, Liza and Carla and, in August, you can read all about Marija, Melani, Matheu, Sophia and Erin! Stay tuned!

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