There are exactly three days left to find out the winner of Junior Eurovision 2023. Next Sunday, Spanish Television, starting at 4:00 p.m., will broadcast the twenty-first edition of the contest made by and for the youngest. That will be when Sandra Valero will take to the big stage in the city of Nice (France) to defend Loviua song with which he aspires to get the best position in the classification.
To follow all the performances and votes, TVE will once again have two voices very recognizable by the most die-hard viewers of the festival. Our announcer Tony Aguilar and Julia Varelapresenter of Incredible duos on La 1, they will comment one more year on the gala from which a new Eurovision star will be chosen. Víctor Escudero, for his part, completes the team as an advisor.
“It is an honor to confirm that next Sunday, Julia Varela and I will once again comment on Junior Eurovision on La 1, advised as usual by our Víctor Escudero. All with Sandra Valero and Loviu“, Aguilar himself wrote from his official X account (formerly Twitter).
The Spanish representative
All eyes are on Sandra Valero, especially since a preview of her performance at Junior Eurovision has been seen. As we said, the Spanish representative has been in Nice for several days tying up all the dots so that her candidacy is as closed as possible. Thanks to that, the public already knows what the scenery that will accompany the very young singer is like, in addition to corroborating that she has a wonderful vocal ability. Be careful, because for many we are facing a winner alert!
For now we will have to wait until Sunday, November 26 to see the performance of Sandra Valero and her Loviu – Spain acts in first position – and at the end of that afternoon to find out how the scores have been given and if we manage to return to the highest positions in the classification. Who knows, maybe we’ll win and lift the statuette that accredits the new winner of Junior Eurovision 2023…What nerves!