| Junior North Vision Song Contest 4|
|Venue||Polyvalent Hall, Cluj-Napoca|
|Opening act||Nicole Cherry performing a medley of "Vara Mea" and "Memories".|
|Interval act|| Delia and Kaira performing their new single "Pe Aripi De Vant" |
Dance performance by Edi Stancu
|Withdrawing|| Faroe Islands|
|System||Each country and the kids jury awarded 12, 10, 8-1 points to their 10 favorite songs|
|Junior North Vision Song Contest|
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The Junior North Vision Song Contest 4, often referred to as JNVSC 4 was the forth edition of the Junior North Vision Song Contest. It was held in Romania, after the victory of Nicole Cherry in Finland. Twenty-four countries announced their participation in the contest, which is a record.
The Polyvalent Hall in Cluj-Napoca will host the show live. The location has been decided by TVR and the North Broadcasting Union after two applications have been send. The other one came from Bucharest, where the show would have been hosted inside the Bucharest Polyvalent Hall. The reasons of the decision include the modernity of both the hall, which has recently been inaugurated, and the Transylvanian city. The hall it's the biggest of its kind in Romania as it has room for around 10.000 people, and it is also the most modern sports and concert hall in the country. "We will prove Romania is able to host such big events and we hope to host, sooner or later, the big Northvision Song Contest as well, as we have all the possibilities!" - said Emil Boc, the city mayor.
Logo & Slogan
The logo was presented by TVR during a press conference and it represents a glowing blue star. The slogan of the edition was "Light Your Star" and it's a call for all the people to discover their talents and work them out, like singing, composing, painting, dancing, and many others.
|02||Cyprus||Andrea Iacovidou||"Say Something"||20||21|
|03||United Kingdom||Gabz||"Lie There"||05||86|
|04||Bulgaria||Bon-Bon||"Break it up"||11||63|
|05||Russia||Elizaveta Puris||"Novy Den"||12||55|
|06||Albania||Jona Zeneli||"Deshirat e Jones"||15||48|
|07||Sweden||Nova Miller||"Little Miss Perfect"||06||78|
|09||Ukraine||Open Kids||"Stop People!"||04||119|
|10||Azerbaijan||Deniz Tebrizli||"Vurulmuşam o qara göze duzlu şirin söze"||17||34|
|11||Hungary||Zsolti Farkas||"Türelmes Srác"||13||54|
|12||Israel||Edi Shukha||"Just Give Me A Reason"||24||5|
|14||Turkey||Sahin Kendirici||"Keskin Bicak"||19||24|
|15||Greece||Marina||"The Sound of Silence"||16||38|
|16||Slovakia||Patricia Janeckova||"Over The Rainbow"||08||73|
|17||Romania||Letitia Roman||"One Night Only"||14||52|
|19||Spain||María Parrado||"A Prueba De Ti"||02||135|
|21||FYR Macedonia||Antonia Gigovska||"Zosto Ne Mi Kaze"||10||63|
|22||Moldova||Soledad Baciu||"Time To Say Goodbye"||22||15|
|24||Finland||Emma Olivia||"My Shoes"||07||73|
- Georgia: The Georgian broadcatser stated that they are unsure about the participation of the country. It has been later reported that the country had withdrawn from the competition.
- Kazakhstan: Kazakhstan confirmed a withdrawal due to lack of public interest and entries.
- Morocco: The broadcaster confirmed that the country won't make a debut although showing interest in the competition.
- Portugal: After RTP initially confirmed, they rejected their participation.
- Switzerland: Although initially confirming its debut, the country pulled back its decision.