Polish news site eSanok have reported that the filming of the Junior Eurovision 2020 postcards is currently underway in Poland. Polish broadcaster TVP are filming all 12 postcards that will be shown before each performance.
Each postcard will include dancers in different locations throughout Poland. All of the dancers have come from Swagg Egurrola Dance Studio and Swagg Juniors Dance Crew. The postcards so far have been filmed in Katowice, Moszna Castle, in the village of Moszna and at Solina Dam, the largest dam in Poland located in South-Eastern Poland. At the current time, it is unknown which other Polish locations will be used for the postcards.
The 2020 edition of Junior Eurovision will be hosted from Warsaw, Poland’s capital. A total of 12 countries will be taking part, which is the lowest number of participating countries in Junior Eurovision since 2012 and 2013.
Due to the current situation with COVID-19, most of the participants have recorded their performances from their home countries, with only Malta, Poland, Serbia and Ukraine recording from the host studio in Warsaw. The contest will be broadcast live in all the participating countries as well as on the official Junior Eurovision YouTube channel on November 29th.
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