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Netherlands | 'Make Your Move' As M⭐VES Are Announced As The Final Song For Junior Song Festival 2019

July 11, 2019

 

That's it, the final song from the Dutch Junior Eurovision pre-selection has been released, and now, all four are all available for the public to listen too.  The final instalment comes from the group 'M⭐VES', with the song make you move.

 

 All four will compete to have the honour of representing the Netherlands in Poland, Gliwice, this November.  The national final will be held on September 28th 2019.  The link to the song can be found below:

 

 

The MVES group consists of Tess, Luuk, Miencke & Max, they will face stiff competition as they will compete against three other acts who have been announced this week.  They are thirteen year old Matheu, Mannes, and the girl group 6 times.  Who is your favourite?

 

It was announced back in March of this year that a total of 50 singers were shortlisted that took part in auditions that have seen a final four selected for Junior Songfestival 2019.  The national broadcaster put out a call for singers, and are now reaping the rewards of this.

 

The broadcaster over previous years have tended to flip between a televised national final, to an internal selection as they did in 2016.  Despite being one of the only countries to have consistently been at every contest, the country last year saw a massive drop in viewers despite the countries good result.  This was in complete contrast to most of Europe, that saw a big upshot in viewers with the Netherlands seeing the opposite to this.  

 

Last year the country was represented by Max and Anne who were to sing "Samen"The song finished a respectable 13th place, scoring 91 points.  They did better with the televote receiving 68 of them from the viewers at home.


What do you think of the final song choice?  Will you be making your move?  Please tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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