Sat. Jun 22nd, 2024
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France Télévisions has officially unveiled additional information regarding the forthcoming Junior Eurovision Song Contest, scheduled to be held at the esteemed Palais Nikaïa in Nice

About 5,000 people are expected to attend the Junior Eurovision 2023 in Nice, France. The country is hosting this prestigious competition for the second time, following their victories in 2020 and 2022, through the remarkable performances of Valentina and Lissandro, respectively.

The Opening Ceremony of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest is scheduled for Monday, the 20th of November, and will be hosted at the exquisite Le Negresco. This remarkable event will be broadcasted to a global audience through France 4 and the official Junior Eurovision YouTube channel. All 16 young artists will grace the red carpet along the iconic Promenade des Anglais. And the Grand Final will take place on Sunday, the 26th of November.

The stage design for the Junior Eurovision 2023 is nothing short of remarkable, as showcased by the detailed drawings unveiled by France Télévisions. The centerpiece, spanning an impressive 30 meters, features a soaring 12-meter-high screen designed in the shape of wings, symbolizing the aspiration to soar, create, and imagine. Truly, c’est fantastique!

The honor of hosting this prestigious show goes to Olivier Minnu and Laurie Tillemann.

Olivier Minne has a longstanding connection with the Eurovision family, having previously assumed the role of host for the Junior Eurovision in 2021. He further contributed to the Eurovision legacy by presenting the French votes in both 1992 and 1993, and by providing broadcast commentary for the event from 1995 through 1997. Olivier Minne is a renowned figure in French television, recognized for his hosting duties on popular programs such as La Cible and Fort Boyard.

Laury Thilleman has garnered fame as a journalist, model, presenter, actress, and was notably crowned Miss France in 2011. She has become an emblematic face of France Télévisions in recent years, hosting events such as the Victoires de la Musique and the Fête de la Musique.

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