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Riik: armenia

I actually found Love Wave pretty basic :-/ everything about it was… I don’t know, I didn’t like it very much… the lyrics being carried by a Whoooouuuuwouuuhouuuu and the performance itself didn’t really move me :-/ after eurovision, I never listened to it again, while Fly with mee impressed me on several levels… hum…

#ivetamukuchyan #artsvik #eurovisionarmenia #flywithme #lovewave #escarmenia #armenia2016 #armenia2017

Жду всех очень очень 🤗🙏🏻❤️


#ДоброеУтро мои дорогие⭐️, напоминаю вам про мой сольный концерт; который состоится 28 октября в @gradsky_hall 🙏🏻, билеты можете заказать пройдя по короткой ссылке 👉🏻http://bit.ly/2wdjgQ4😀. Всех очень очень буду ждать)!

#Armenia are the next country to confirm participation in #Eurovision 2018, but is there any sign of a new season of Depi Evratesil?

AMPTV reveals that Armenia will participate in Eurovision 2018

AMPTV reveals that Armenia will participate in Eurovision 2018

The confirmations for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest are continuing to flood in! Next to confirm is AMPTV, the national broadcaster of Armenia. A couple of days ago, the board at the broadcaster met to

Какая же невероятная погода была в эти дни, что даже домой не хотелось согласитесь?), и снова мое солнышко исчезло, всё таки я зависима от него🙈😂, в Армении тем времени многие дышать от жары и духоты не могут сейчас;( вот и не знаешь, что лучше)))))))

Photos from Artsvik's post

A quite hectic day in the Stockholm archipelago with my dear friend @bjorkmantennis consisting of:
- fermented herring
- Armenian peach vodka
- building table
- crashing an outboard engine
- catching 5 small fishes
- diving for Jonas' glasses
And much more.
Soon on tv.
#zbfoundation @zbfoundation


Eurovision.TV sent out a press release over the 2017 Junior Eurovision song contest.

Artists of 16 countries - Albania, Armenia, Australia, Belarus, Cyprus, FYR Macedonia, Georgia, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, The Netherlands and Ukraine will perform in Georgia on November 26th 2017.

A new online voting format will be introduced to this year's song contest, alongside the Jury vote, allowing viewers across the world to cast votes for their favourite artists.

A change of venue will see the Junior Eurovision Song Contest take place at the Olympic Palace in Tbilisi.

Here is the full press release

9 August 2017 – Young stars from across Europe will eagerly make their way to Tbilisi, Georgia this November, as it is announced that 16 hopeful participants will perform at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017. For the first time ever, a new voting structure will be introduced to allow viewers from around the world to vote online for their favourite artists.

Hoping to continue in their success after a win at this year's Eurovision Song Contest 2017, Portugal have returned to the Junior stage after a 10-year absence, having last competed in 2007. They will join past winners Armenia, Belarus, Italy, Malta, Russia and Ukraine in the Georgian capital along with other 2016 participants Albania, Australia, Cyprus, FYR Macedonia, Ireland, Poland, Serbia and The Netherlands. Completing the 16-strong line up will be host country Georgia, who triumphed during last year's contest in Malta.

Georgia's public broadcaster GPB will host the event at the modern 4,000-seat Olympic Palace in Tbilisi which was considered more suitable than the previously announced Sports Palace for its numerous facilities for delegations, media and fans.

All eyes will be on Georgian capital Tbilisi, with its rich arts and cultural heritage, for the 15th Junior Eurovision Song Contest, which has been organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and a member host broadcaster every year since 2003. The event, showcasing talented artists aged 9-14, will take place on Sunday, 26 November 2017 16:00-18:00 CET.

In a brand new change to the voting system, audience online voting will be available this year and will initially open from Friday (24/11) to Sunday (26/11). Viewers who would like to vote will be required to watch a recap of all songs, before entering the voting platform on the JESC official website. After this, voters will also have the option to watch longer 1-minute clips from each participant's rehearsal. This first round of voting will stop on Sunday (26/11) at 15:59 CET.

During the live show, online voting will start again after the last performance and will be open for 15 minutes. The final audience result will be a combination of both pre-show and live voting rounds, accounting for 50% of the total vote.

Jon Ola Sand, the EBU's Head of Live Events and Executive Supervisor of the JESC, said 'We are thrilled to be celebrating 15 editions of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Throughout the Contest's history we have seen some incredibly talented children perform, some of whom are now successful artists in their own right. The new voting system is an exciting new addition that will allow millions of viewers to take part in the show once again".

2017's winner can look forward to a bright future with last year's title-holder Mariam Mamadashvili already set for big things. After taking the crown in Malta during 2016, the 11 year-old Georgian singer has been taking private lessons at Broadway Method Academy and been accepted into a leading New York boutique talent agency.

Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017

The following countries (and EBU Member broadcasters) will participate in the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Georgia:

Albania (RTSH)
Armenia (AMPTV)
Australia (ABC)
Belarus (BTRC)
Cyprus (CyBC)
FYR Macedonia (MKRTV)
Georgia (GPB)
Ireland (TG4)
Italy (RAI)
Malta (PBS)
Poland (TVP)
Portugal (RTP)
Russia (RTR)
Serbia (RTS)
The Netherlands (AVROTROS)
Ukraine (UA:PBC)

PR contacts
Stefano Salucci/Toby Leston
Email: press@eurovision.tv
Phone: +41 227172500

For the latest news on Junior Eurovision 2017, and further details on the voting procedure please visit the contest's official website junioreurovision.tv.

The EBU has today confirmed that 16 countries will take place in Junior #Eurovision 2017: Albania, Armenia, Australia, Belarus, Cyprus, FYR Macedonia, Georgia, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Poland, Portugal 🇵🇹, Russia, Serbia, The Netherlands and Ukraine 🌈 Bulgaria 🇧🇬 and Israel 🇮🇱 are out. Online vote introduced 🔥 #jesc #jesc2017 #junioreurovision2017 #junioreurovision

Ну что мои дорогие, кто просил ещё концерта?)), тут места думаю хватит всем)!☝🏻🙏🏻😉, я очень рада и счастлива потому что это будет особенный и очень крутой концерт, приуроченный к моему дню рождения 😊, это будет нереальное шоу и будет много сюрпризов, билеты уже можете заказать пройдя по короткой ссылке 👉🏻http://bit.ly/2wdjgQ4 😉😊❤️🙏🏻! Люблю 😍
#АРЦВИК #ARTSVIK #teamartsvik #eurovision2017 #miracleproduction #esc2017 #Градский #Градскийхолл

Today we send birthday greetings to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Armenia, Serbia and the US!

An Xtra Happy Birthday; August 5th

An Xtra Happy Birthday; August 5th

We have three birthday girls today! They are all from Eastern Europe (sort of). They all participated in Eurovision during the 2000s. They're all born in the 80s.  And they all probably hoped for better

Я с детства мечтала полетать на воздушном шаре 🎈и прыгнуть с парашюта, но я думаю 2-e еще впереди! 🦅😂🙈Это настолько круто, адреналин просто зашкаливал, видеть всю мою Родину #Армения с такой высоты-было просто ошеломительно красиво,не могу описать вам свой восторг! Буду вам выкладывать то, что происходило за кадром😉✌🏼 и не вошло во все мои интервью и открытку для #Евровидения, которая у меня безусловно очень крутая😻! Мы вот с @lilithnavasardyan и @avetbarseghyan оказались смелыми, есть ли среди моих подписчиков такие же?))☝🏻💪🏻🦅
🎥- @anushik_nush 😉😘

ARMENIA - Two-time World Music Awards nominee Sirusho, who represented Armenia at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2008 and SEBU, the lead singer of Grammy nominated American indie-pop duo Capital Cities came together-from LAX to Yerevan -to create a fun summer love song called "Vuy Aman" (Oh Alas!). Recorded in LA, the lyrics describe the complexities that any passionate pan-national relationship can experience. [ 46 more words ]

Are you ready to fall in love this year? Sirusho invites you to her brand new singe and video

Are you ready to fall in love this year? Sirusho invites you to her brand new singe and video

ARMENIA – Two-time World Music Awards nominee Sirusho, who represented Armenia at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2008 and SEBU, the lead singer of Grammy nominated American indie-pop duo Capi…

RT @wiwibloggs: Armenia's #JESC 2017 act Misha once made @sergeylazarev move with his cover of "Uptown Funk" https://t.co/b1E1tu7rF6 via @w…

Armenia chooses Misha — aka Michael Grigoryan — for Junior Eurovision 2017

They’re one of the most successful countries at Junior Eurovision, having secured eight Top 5 finishes in 10 appearances.

And on Tuesday Armenia kicked off its bid to win Junior Eurovision 2017 by revealing its singer — 9-year-old Michael Grigoryan, who will perform as Misha.

Armenia chooses Misha — aka Michael Grigoryan — for Junior Eurovision 2017 | wiwibloggs

Armenia chooses Misha — aka Michael Grigoryan — for Junior Eurovision 2017 | wiwibloggs

Misha (born Michael Grigoryan) made Sergey Lazarev dance at New Wave Junior 2016. And now he's ready to make us move at Junior Eurovision 2017.

Armenia: Misha selected for Tbilisi
Armenia have selected for Junior Eurovision 2017! Misha will represent the country with an internally selected song, which will be revealed at a later date!

Armenia: Misha selected for Tbilisi

Armenia: Misha selected for Tbilisi

AMPTV have confirmed that Michael Grigoryan, known as Misha, will represent Armenia at this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Tbilisi, Georgia.  The song that Misha will sing in Tbilisi will premiere this coming Autumn. About Misha Misha

Armenia has chosen its representative for Junior Eurovision 2017. It's Misha! Find out more about him here:… https://t.co/ZtQqS5sxcG

Junior #Eurovision is slowly approaching and today Armenia revealed its next star — Misha (known to mom and dad as Michael Grigoryan @misha_voa ). AMPTV says: "Misha was born in 2008 in Artsakh. His father is the conductor of NKR’s army orchestra. His mother is a music teacher at the local kindergarten." "Misha studies at Stepanakert's school N3 after A. Griboyedov. He started his musical career when he was only 4 years old. This is when he met his future producer, founder and director of the famous music group "Voices of Artsakh" Lira Kocharyan. Since then, Misha has been an active member of the group, where he started working with industry leading professionals and stars." Misha has participated in local and international music competitions, returning home with prestigious prizes. "He has represented Armenia in several music festivals across Europe, including ones in France, Switzerland, Brussels, Russia and Georgia.In 2016 Misha represented Armenia at 'New Wave Junior' international music competition. His song 'Poqrik Karabakhtsi' was one of jury’s favorites. As a result Misha ended up as the runner up of the competition. In his acceptance speech he invited everyone to Armenia, to explore its culture and traditions." #junioreurovision #junioreurovision2017 #jesc #jesc2017 #amptv #michaelgrigoryan #misha

Armenia's #JESC 2017 act Misha once made @sergeylazarev move with his cover of "Uptown Funk" https://t.co/b1E1tu7rF6 via @willyleeadams

#Goodmorning #World #bariluys
Всем хорошего настроения желаю мои дорогие)!
Total look @tottihats 🌹😻
📸- @tata_photo ❤️

Дорогие друзья всех жду очень очень 14- ого июля в @tuttobenemoscow ❤️
В 20.00 на моем сольном концерте)!
Ваша #АРЦВИК 🤗

#Добрыйдень мои хорошие, солнышко светит, а это уже как минимум заряд на хорошее настроение, хочу напомнить вам, что 14- ого июля жду вас на своем сольном концерте в @tuttobenemoscow 🙌🏻😊
#photo - @tata_photo 😘
#кожанноеплатье из моей коллекции совместно с @bepython ☺️

Italy 9.33% (497 votes)
Portugal 7.49% (399 votes)
Poland 6.48% (345 votes)
FYR Macedonia 4.99% (266 votes)
France 4.64% (247 votes)
Bulgaria 4.43% (236 votes)
Belgium 3.6% (192 votes)
Romania 3.27% (174 votes)
United Kingdom 3.17% (169 votes)
Greece 3.1% (165 votes)
Armenia 3.08% (164 votes)
Netherlands 3% (160 votes)
Austria 2.59% (138 votes)
Switzerland 2.42% (129 votes)
Israel 2.31% (123 votes)
Finland 2.18% (116 votes)
Belarus 2.12% (113 votes)
Azerbaijan 1.99% (106 votes)
Sweden 1.86% (99 votes)
Croatia 1.75% (93 votes)
Estonia 1.73% (92 votes)
Iceland 1.69% (90 votes)
Norway 1.58% (84 votes)
Denmark 1.56% (83 votes)
Ireland 1.56% (83 votes)
Australia 1.52% (81 votes)
Albania 1.48% (79 votes)
Latvia 1.46% (78 votes)
Moldova 1.45% (77 votes)
Hungary 1.33% (71 votes)
Germany 1.15% (61 votes)
Malta 1.13% (60 votes)
Serbia 1.13% (60 votes)
Cyprus 1.11% (59 votes)
Czech Republic 1.09% (58 votes)
Georgia 0.86% (46 votes)
San Marino 0.86% (46 votes)
Montenegro 0.83% (44 votes)
Spain 0.83% (44 votes)
Ukraine 0.77% (41 votes)
Slovenia 0.56% (30 votes)
Lithuania 0.52% (28 votes) #eurovision #eurovision2017 #francescogabbani

for #CelebrateDiversity this ESC was very white and heterosexual





breaking news: not all Europeans are the same shade of white

Adding more to this because I’ve been seeing so many of these stupid ass posts. Now I don’t know where you’re from OP but “diversity” doesn’t just mean skin color or sexual orientation, which was ignorant of you to say because you don’t know what sexuality are the artists. Diversity is more to do with the culture.

This year we had a Roma person from Hungary singing in his native language. We had an aboriginal decent from Australia. We had Belarus, which they sang in their native language for the first time in the competition. For you to say that it was #White is blatant ignorant because you possibly can’t compare Armenians with Swedes? Italians with Poles? Romanians with Irish people? Let’s not forget about Israel. So please, stop your nitpicking and pull your head out of your ass. You just want to find something to be picky about.

Already the fact that so many European countries are coming together - regardless of the skin colour or sexuality of the representative - is celebrating diversity because every small country has its own culture, history and language. But some non-European viewers, especially people from the US where there is more racial and sexual diversity, might not understand what is so diverse about most countries being represented by white people. A show titled “Celebrate Diversity” where all US-states would look quite differently because in terms of culture, history and language, states might have some small differences but overall they are all connected together while Europe has been a scattered place for centuries - and still is.

if you think celebrating diversity is limited to just race and sexuality exclusively (while those things are still extremely important), despite the fact that this year wasnt even very white and you shouldn’t assume the sexuality of contestants, completely dismissing entrants such as hungary, australia, belarus etc. and the fact that there was diversity in language and song genre (we went from ballads to edm to ethnic to italian opera to yodel rap, come on) then you seriously need to sit the fuck down and reconsider your stance

even most of the opening and interval acts were celebrating diversity because we got to experience the beauties of ukrainian culture, one of the fundamental meanings of the slogan was celebrating the diverse and equally beautiful range of cultures we have within the eurovision countries and europe itself like did you watch the same eurovision as the rest of us

How the HELL did this get past me? I thought that I was up with all the rants about the supposed lack of diversity by people whose concept of diversity ends with the amount of melanin in your body and the person you like to sleep with…

I had so much fun being a smartass and pointing out how “diversity” isn’t just skin-deep and how in Europe, we basically BATHE in diversity since it’s everywhere around us, starting from languages, to cultures, to religions, to traditions that are geographically very close and yet very different in essence…

I had so much fun because this situation helped illustrate the one aspect of tumblr that I really dislike : trying to ACT like you care about “diversity”, while only just caring about LOOKING like a bigger person. I really like tumblr as a platform, but I really dislike the fact that it’s full of so many people eager to signal virtue while actually lacking it…

And this was just what showed it.

Because they DISREGARDED *ACTUAL* DIVERSITY, just because it didn’t align with their very flat and very shallow vision. It showed their IGNORANCE ABOUT DIVERSITY, the very same thing they use to signal virtue!

They, that hive-mind of tumblr dwellers who claim to be warring for social justice, but who only war to make themselves seem like the carrier of that justice!

They, who have tried to throw their shadow of disdain on Eurovision!

Little did they know that Eurovision is made of glitter! And actual diversity, not one that’s been used as a mascot by those tumblr peeps. And no shadow can be stronger than that!

#tumblrhypocrisy #diversity #celebratediversity #sjw #eurovision

#backstage, #photoshoot 💄-@make_up_lilit_official ❤️
💇🏼- @maxhairstyler 🔥
📸- @catrinpolak ✌🏼
🎥- ViktorKoshechkin, Dnk-media.net
💍- @lili_felit_official, #acsessories ❤️ ..........................
#My #song- #NOFEAR
#eurovision2017 #teamartsvik #LcLaslo #ИяДжгереная #Artsvik #АРЦВИК

Behold: Your #Eurovision's Next Top Model 2017 Top 10
1. France’s Alma 17.33% (2,043 votes)
2. Armenia’s Artsvik 15.75% (1,857 votes)
3. Romania’s Ilinca 10.95% (1,291 votes)
4. Greece’s Demy 8.02% (945 votes)
5. Poland’s Kasia Mos 6.91% (815 votes)
6. The United Kingdom’s Lucie Jones 6.06% (714 votes)
7. Switzerland’s Miruna 5.26% (620 votes)
8. The Netherlands’ O’G3NE 5.12% (604 votes)
9. Denmark’s Anja Nissen 5% (589 votes)
10. Albania’s Lindita 4.53% (534 votes) #eurovisionsongcontest #eurovision2017

Здравствуйте мои дорогие 🤗.Жду вас #сегодня у экранов телевизора📺, где я буду вещать в прямом эфире на @russian_musicbox 🔥🙏🏻. #eurovision2017 #teamartsvik #russianmusicbox #esc2017 #голос #Арцвик #Artsvik #

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