Germany have confirmed participation for Junior Eurovision 2023.
Germany made their Junior Eurovision debut in 2020 with Susan, who sang “Stronger With You”. They returned a year later with Pauline and her song “Imagine Us”.
After just two participations, in August 2022, Germany announced their withdrawal from Junior Eurovision, citing a “creative pause”, as well as a travel warning to Armenia. But now, their creative pause is no longer as they are back!
At the moment, no details have been revealed about how or when Germany will be selecting their entry for Junior Eurovision 2023, but more information is expected in the coming months.
Junior Eurovision 2023: sun, sea and songs!
Earlier today, it was announced that Junior Eurovision 2023 would be taking place in Nice, in South East France, on November 26th at Nikaia Palace. This will be the second time that France will host Junior Eurovision, with the first time being in Paris in 2021.
At the present time, seven countries have already confirmed their participation for Junior Eurovision 2023 – France, Georgia, Germany, Ireland, Malta, Netherlands and Spain.
The remaining nine countries from last years Junior Eurovision, (Poland, Italy, Albania, North Macedonia, United Kingdom, Portugal, Serbia, Armenia and Ukraine), have yet to make an announcement on Junior Eurovision 2023.
Are you excited to see Germany returning to Junior Eurovision? Do you think they have another national selection to chose their act? Let us know in the comments below!