For all those people who are interested in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, here are the results and details for 2003.
Well Done to Croatia in Winning the first Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen, Denmark
is Croatia - 134 points
2nd Spain - 125 points
3rd United Kingdom - 118 points
The first Junior Eurovision Song Contest took place at the Forum Arena in Copenhagen, Denmark on 15 November 2003. The contest last just over 2 hours.
The winner of the 2002 contest was won by Razz from Denmark with the song Kickflipper but only 3 countries entered. The 2003 contest was the first to televised across Europe.
Camilla Ottesen and Remee hosted this event.
Some famous pop stars performed on the night during the interview act. Sugababes and Busted.
The singers must all be aged between 8 to 15 years old on the day of their national final. They must have written their song themselves with no professional help.
16 Countries took part. They are in performance order, Greece, Croatia, Cyprus, Belarus, Latvia, FYR Macedonia, Poland, Norway, Spain, Romania, Belgium, United Kingdom, Denmark, Sweden, Malta, Netherlands
The winner was decided by televoting, as like the main Eurovision Song Contest. Yet again, Cyprus vote for Greece and Greece vote for Cyprus. This was the first Eurovision where advert gaps was added to the contest, especially it was shown on ITV1 in the UK. Catchy Theme Tune.
The 2004 host will not be the winner of the Junior 2003 contest. The host for 2004 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Lillehammer, Norway on Saturday 20 November 2004. The UK decided not to host the event.
The 2005 Junior Eurovision Song Contest may be held in the Netherlands but a total of 5 countries want to hold it. Confirmation of this will happen later.
It is also the first time an Eurovision Song Contest will be released on DVD. The 2004 Eurovision Song Contest has been released on DVD.
Here are the songs and artist who entered the 2003 Junior Eurovision Song Contest and their final score.
(*) Indicate the number of times that a country was awarded 12 points.
This table is interactive! To sort a column, just click on any of the column heading. Click again for reverse sort.
|01||Croatia (3)||134||Ti Si Moja Prva Ljubav
(You are my first love)
|02||Spain (2)||125||Desde El Cielo
|03||United Kingdom (3)||118||My Song For The World
|05||Denmark (2)||93||Arabiens DrÝm
|06||Belgium (1)||83||De Vriendschapsband
(A Band of Friends)
|07||Malta||56||Like A Star
|08||Greece (1)||53||Fili Gia Panta
|09||Latvia||37||Tu esi vasar‚
(You are in summertime)
(Drums are my life)
|Bubu and Co||10|
|11||Netherlands (1)||23||Mijn Ogen Zeggen Alles
(My eyes will tell)
|12||FYR Macedonia||19||Ti Ne Me Poznavas
(I want to be your friend)
|Marija and Victorija||6|
|13||Norway||18||Sinnsykt Gal Forelsket
(Madly Crazy About You)
|14||Cyprus (1)||16||Mja Eyhi
|16||Poland||3||Cos mnie nosi
(Something Makes Me Bustle About)
For song lyrics click here.
UK Entries as shown live on ITV1 on Saturday 6 September 2003
Presented by Mark
Durden-Smith and Tara Palmer-Tomkinson
*** UK Entry is "My Song For The World" sung by "Tom Morley". Close battle with "Uzlot" who came second. ***
Here are the results as cast by the following ITV1 Television Regions.
A: HTV West, Carlton Central,
B: Scottish, Grampian
C: HTV Wales
D: Tyne Tees, Yorkshire
F: LWT, Meridian, Carlton, Anglia, Channel
G: Granada, Border
|Placing||Singer(s)||Song||Final Score||A||B||C||D||E||F||G||Position Sung|
|1||TOM MORLEY||My Song For The World||64||8||10||8||10||10||8||10||7|
|2||UZLOT||Please Dont Cry||62||10||8||10||8||8||10||8||8|
|3||ELLIS DE BIE||I Have A Feeling||38||5||6||4||6||6||6||5||3|
|5||SASHA STEVENS||Little Children||29||3||4||6||4||4||4||4||5|
|6||MR CHEERFUL||Winters Nearly Gone||23||4||3||3||2||3||5||3||6|
|7||STARRLITE||Gonna Be Fine||10||1||2||2||1||1||2||1||4|
|8||JACK BROWN||Back To Love||12||2||1||1||3||2||1||2||2|
Singers, ages and where they are from.
A: Izabella (9) and Gabriella Feld (12), Gemma
McDowall (10), Siobhan Darbey (12), Erin Johnson (12) from
B: Jack (15), from Sevenoaks, Kent
C: Ellis De Bie(12) from Tamworth, Staffordshire.
D: Lucy St Louis (10) from Palmers Green, North London.
E: Sasha (15) from Luton, Bedfordshire
F: Steven Rushton (15) from Chertsey, Surrey
G: Tom Morley (10) from Cleator Moor, Cumbria
H: Steven Irwin (12) Lauren Irwin (15), Jynell Murphy (12),Kaytie Farrell (12) from Liverpool
The 2004 host will not be the winner of the 2003 Junior contest. The host for 2004 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Manchester, UK on Saturday 20 November 2004, not London as first thought.
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The full jury score sheet can be downloaded from here, including the entries. Please click here for details.
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