Preparations for the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest are well underway, but today we are looking back on what last year's participants have been up to since they travelled back home after performing in Minsk, Belarus on 25 November 2018.
Australia's Jael revealed in July that she will be participating in Australia's Got Talent.
She comes with a big deal of experience, having performed in front of 11,000 people at the Minsk Arena. Jael placed third at the 2018 Junior Eurovision Song Contest with the song Champion. We wish you the best of luck at Australia's Got Talent, Jael!
Daneliya had the honour of being the first participant on a Eurovision stage from Kazakhstan, she placed sixth in the competition with the song Өзіңе сен (Òzińe Sen).
Daneliya has been a busy bee since participating at the 2018 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, as she participated in the American television show The World's Best where she finished in the top 8.
The Kazakh singer also went to support some familiar faces at The Voice Kids Russia.
Marija Spasovska & Bojana Radovanović
Plenty artists become friends during the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. And so did North Macedonia's Marija Spasovka and Serbia's Bojana Radovanović.
France's Angélina released a new single at the end of June: C'est si beau ici, which already has over 760.000 views.
The French singer is also pursuing a career in acting: she appears in a television show called La fabuleuse histoire de l'école.
Daniel Yastremski & Roksana Węgiel
Belarusian singer Daniel and Polish singer (and winner of Junior Eurovision 2018) Roksana not only spent the holidays together, they also went on stage together to perform.
The 2018 Junior Eurovision participants have bright careers ahead of them. If you want to stay updated on their whereabouts, make sure to follow them on their social media accounts!