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Estonia’s broadcaster plans to stay at Junior Eurovision in 2024

Estonia’s broadcaster plans to stay at Junior Eurovision in 2024 Image credits: Corinne Cumming / EBU

This year, Estonia made its debut at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC), and the intention is to repeat participation in 2024.

The ERR broadcaster already has a potential selection format in mind: the T├Ąhtede Lava, a bianual competition it has been organizing since 1992, intended for children aged three to 15 in different age groups.

Laura K├Árvits, head of delegation, stated to ESC Insight: ÔÇťWe thought about what would be the biggest prize for winning this competition, and we thought that Junior Eurovision would be the best thing. We plan to change the format of this singing competition, it would be great if the winner would get to represent Estonia at Junior EurovisionÔÇŁ.

The last edition of T├Ąhtede Lava was in 2022, and ARHANNA was the jury’s winner. Previously, Estonia’s representative in JESC 2023 was the winner in the youngest category.

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