United Kingdom: Junior Eurovision Song Contest

The United Kingdom has participated three times in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, and was organised and broadcast by ITV.

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2003 My Song For The World Sung by Tom Morley

2003

Date: 6th September, 2003

Presented by Tara Palmer Tomlinson & Mark Durden-Smith

 

   Title  Artist  Votes  Placing
 1  Slumberland  Feature 5  35  4th
 2  Back To Love  Jack Brown  12  7th
 3  I Have A Feeling  Ellis De Bie  38  3rd
 4  Gonna Be Fine  Starrlight  10  8th
 5  Little Children  Sasha Stevens  29  5th
 6  Winter's Nearly Gone  Mr Cheerful  23  6th
 7  My Song For The World  Tom Morley  64  1st
 8  Please Don't Cry  UZLOT  62  2nd

 

 

 

 

 

 

At the final of the first Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2003 held in Copenhagen, Denmark on 15th November,  My Song For The World  finished in third place with 118 points.

2004

Date: 4th September, 2004

Presented by Holly Willoughby, Stephen Mulhern & Michael Underwood

 

   Title  Artist  Points  Placing
 1  Rockstar Wannabe  Samantha Seths  17  7th=
 2  Sunshine  Kirsty Williams  29  4th
 3  Born To Dance  Nathan Sykes  34  3rd
 4  One In A Crowd  Charlie Allan  17  7th=
 5  Dill  Loaded Dice  24  5th
 6  Because Of You  Jessica Hamilton  19  6th
 7  Together Again  Andrew Merry  46  2nd
 8  The Best Is Yet To Come  Cory Spedding  48  1st

 

 

 

 

 

 

At the final of the second Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2004 held in Lillehammer, Norway on 20th November, The Best Is Yet To Come finished in second place with 140 points.

 

2005

Date: 3rd September, 2005

Presented by Nikki Sanderson & Michael Underwood

 

   Title  Artist  Points  Placing
 1  Groovy Chick  Vicky Gordon  23  6th
 2  Clear The Air  Craig Lees  35  4th
 3  Devil In A Hood  Lizzi M  17  7th
 4  In My Life  Sarah Robertson  36  3rd
 5  How Does It Feel  Joni Fuller  43  1st
 6  The Girl  Jack Garratt  13  8th
 7  About You  Jessica Stretton  26  5th
 8  Lovely  Ben Smith  41  2nd

 

 

 

 

 

 

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At the final of the third Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005 held in Hasselt, Belgium on 26th November, How Does It Feel finished in fourteenth place with 28 points.

2006

The United Kingdom did not particpate at the fourth Junior Eurovision Song Contest held in Bucharest, Romania on 2nd December.

2007

The United Kingdom did not participate at the fifth Junior Eurovision Song Contest held in Rotterdam, The Netherlands on 8th December.

2008

The United Kingdom did not participate at the sixth Junior Eurovision Song Contest held in Limassol, Cyprus on 22nd November.

2009
The United Kingdom did not participate in the seventh Junior Eurovision Song Contest held in Kyiv, Ukraine on 21st  November, 2009.

2010

The United Kingdom did not participate in the eighth Junior Eurovision Song Contest  held in Minsk, Belarus on 20th November, 2010.

2011
The United Kingdom did not participate in the ninth Junior Eurovision Song Contest held in Yerevan, Armenia on 3rd December, 2011.

2012
The United Kingdom did not participate in the tenth Junior Eurovision Song Contest held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands on 1st December, 2012.

2013
The United Kingdom did not participate in the eleventh Junior Eurovision Song Contest held in Kyiv, Ukraine on the 30th November, 2013.

2014
The United Kingdom did not participate in the twelfth Junior Eurovision Song Contest held in Malta on the 15th November, 2014.

2015
The United Kingdom did not participate in the thirteenth Junior Eurovision Song Contest held in Sofia, Bulgaria on the 21st November, 2015.

2016
The United Kingdom did not participate in the fourteenth Junior Eurovision Song Contest held in Malta on the 20th November, 2016.




 

 
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