It has been confirmed that Poland will once again play host to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest! This will be the first time in Junior Eurovision history that the same country will host the contest two years in a row.
Jacek Kurski, President of Polish broadcaster TVP has spoken out:
"Polish Television is honoured to once again embark on this wonderful adventure and to organize this global event. The Junior Eurovision Song Contest is also important because it gives young performers a platform to show their great talent to audiences all over Europe. I am proud that TVP can contribute to their success."
As of yet, the exact date of the contest has yet to revealed, and the Polish city that will host has yet to be decided upon. However, there have been some speculations in previous months that Krakow would be interested in hosting the show. But until then, we will just have to sit back and wait.
In 2018, Roksana Węgiel was crowned the winner of Junior Eurovision in Minsk, Belarus with her song "Anyone I Want To Be", bringing the 2019 contest to Gliwice-Silesia, where Viki Gabor won on home soil with "Superhero".
While we await more news on this years Junior Eurovision, lets look back to the 2019 contest in Gliwice, and our interview with Viki Gabor: