The United Kingdom returned to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) this year and more than 700,000 viewers watched on BBC One and CBBC.
According to the Liam Hamilton and Ratings UK on Twitter, the viewing audience was “a little over 700,000 viewers”. The viewing share is not known yet, but the website Eurovoix.com writes that JESC 2022 was not among the top 20 most-watched shows last Sunday.
Freya Skye was the British representative at the JESC 2022 with the song Lose My Head. She was the most voted by the public, but was fifth in the final classification.