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Russian singer wins Junior Eurovision Song Contest

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Russian singer wins Junior Eurovision Song Contest


27.11.2017

Vyacheslav Prokofiev/TASS14 years old Russian singer Polina Bogusevich won Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017 with the song Wings. Tge contest was held in Tbilisi, Georgia. Polina has received 188 points in the final round, leaving behind Georgian singer Grigol Kipshidze (185 points) , and Isabella Clarke of Australia (172 points) .

The maximum score Polina received from Georgian, Makedonian, Portugalian, and Australian jury members. In all, jury members represented 15 countries.

National jury, though, gave preference to the Georgian participant who as a result, received more points than Polina. TheRussian singer has won because she received much more peoples' online votes.
Polina Bogusevich was born in Russian capital city Moscow. She took part in various competitions, such as The Voice Kids and New Wave Junior, but this victory is the most serious one for her.

Upon the end of the Junior Eurovision Polina has mentioned that "it feels like a dream. "


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