The voting is now open for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC) 2023. The public worldwide can cast their votes online ahead of Sunday’s show at Palais Nikaïa.
This initial voting phase runs until 16:00 on Sunday (CETl time). It’s based on excerpts from the rehearsals that were released on the official social media and YouTube channels of the event and is available at this link. The second voting period occurs after Sunday’s performances.
The process remains the same for both periods: each voter needs to select three countries, having the option to vote for their own country. The online public vote accounts for 50 percent of the final result, with the remainder coming from national juries.”