Mariam Bigvava, Georgia’s Junior Eurovision 2022 contestant, returned from Armenia with the Georgian delegation. Ranina participants and the GPB First Channel staff greeted Georgian contender at the GPB.
Director General of the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB), Tinatin Berdzenishvili, said: “Mariam Bigvava have competed against many talented performers at JESC; the third place is an important success.”
“This is an extremely emotional meeting for Mariam. The Ranina participants are here, as well. These children have developed a sort of commune of modern Georgian singing and quality music. Love that connects them is exciting. We are proud of our delegation and performance.
There has been a debate over whether Georgia was underrated or not. Of course, we can discuss it, but third place is a significant accomplishment. Mariam gave competed against many talented performers. We are delighted, it was an excellent performance. Of course, we always want to win, and we are capable to do so. To be honest, we really value and appreciate being in third. I would like to thank our viewers for their support,” Tinatin Berdzenishvili stated.
Georgia finished third at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022, held in Yerevan, Armenia.