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Maléna Fox releases what would have been her Junior Eurovision entry for Armenia

| November 28, 2020

Maléna Fox, who was due to represent her country of Armenia at this years Junior Eurovision Song Contest has revealed the song she would have taken to Warsaw. 

Her song “Why” is an emotive ballad, sung in a mix of English and Armenian. The song is in a similar style to artists such as Billie Eilish and Eurovision representatives Roxen and Victoria. The song was written by Suzanne Khanzadian, Armenia Head of Delegation David Tserunyan and tokio9, who was also the producer.

Maléna was internally selected by the Armenian broadcaster back in July. However, due to ongoing conflicts in the country, as well as the COVID-19 pandemic, Armenia announced their withdrawal from Junior Eurovision 2020 on November 5th. In an Instagram post from the Head of Delegation, he revealed that the whole delegation, including Maléna, was involved in the decision to withdraw from the contest.

What do you think of “Why”? How well do you think it could have done in the contest? Would you like to see back to Junior Eurovision 2021? Let us know in the comments below!

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