Europe, see Georgian national ballet, taste Georgian cuisine and listen to Georgian folklore – Grigol Kipshidze, Georgian participant of 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC) made the regarding statement in answer to the First Channel’s question about what Georgian contestant advises European guests.
The 12 year-old contender responded to questions about his contest song. Grigol Kipshidze talked about his future plans and said that after 10 years he sees himself on the stage.
Participants of 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC) are meeting media representatives. Eight countries’ representatives are answering the questions of 71 accredited journalists . 20 minutes are allocated for each participant.
Grigol Kipshidze will perform as Number 9 at the JESC final. Nicole Nicolaou, representative from Cyprus, will open the JESC show. The last contender who will perform on the stage is Maria Iside Fiore from Italy.
Tbilisi Olympic Palace will host the 15th JESC at 19:00 on November 26. Young singers from 16 participating countries will take part at 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC). Georgia is hosting JESC for the first time.