• Chris Hannaford

Junior Eurovision | The official video for 'Dans Met Jou' released



With less than two months to go until the Junior Eurovision 2019, and days after Matheu was chosen to represent the Netherlands at this year's competition, things are in full swing with the central European country, as the EBU have released the official video accompanying the dutch entry.


The video was only released over an hour ago, and has amassed over 2.4 thousand views. This is quite a lot in such a short space of time. Can this be an omen for young Matheu, which would bring the Netherlands its second Junior Eurovision victory. "Dans Met Jou (Dance With Me)", is an uptempo song that could do very well with the voters from Europe, and Australia. Check out the official video below:



Prior to this, the dutch broadcaster had already released it on the official juniorsongfestival Youtube page, which has also seen a staggering 177,000 views, both channels are now mirroring this by releasing the video.


Matheu shot to fame when he was announced as one of the finalists for the Junior Song Festival 2019, quickly being the fan favourite. This flowered into fruition when he won every 12 points from all three juries, something which the young artist described as "incredible" when he was interviewed straight after the contest. Check out the interview below:



This year's contest will be held in Gliwice, Poland on Sunday 24th November 2019, and will see 19 countries competing to be crowned Europe's best. The competition will also see the return of Spain who was last present in 2005, and now be part of the growing family of nations after a fourteen year absence.


Last year, the Netherlands were represented by Max & Anne with the song, "Samen" which saw them place 13 of 20 countries scoring 91 points. Do you want to find out what Jess think of the entry? Check out her reaction below:

What do you think of the music video? Do you think Matheu will do well? Please tell us your thoughts in the comments below.


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