Latvia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005

Latvia participated in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005 which took place on 26 November 2005, in Hasselt, Belgium. The Latvian broadcaster Latvijas Televīzija (LTV) organised a national final in order to select the Latvian entry for the 2005 contest. On 17 September 2005, Daniels Groza & Monta Beļinska (later renamed as Kids4Rock) won the national final and were selected to represent Latvia with the song "Es esmu maza, jauka meitene".[1]

Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005
Country Latvia
National selection
Selection processNational final
Selection date(s)17 September 2005
Selected entrantKids4Rock
Selected song"Es esmu maza, jauka meitene"
Finals performance
Final result11th, 50 points
Latvia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest
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Before Junior EurovisionEdit

National finalEdit

44 songs were submitted to LTV. Ten entries were selected for the national final, and the competing artists and songs were announced on 30 May 2005.[2]

The final took place on 17 September 2005 at the Jūras vārti Theatre in Ventspils, hosted by Valters & Kazha. Ten entries competed and the song with the highest number of votes from the public, "Es esmu maza, jauka meitene" performed by Daniels Groza & Monta Beļinska, were declared the winners.[3][4]

Final – 17 September 2005
Draw Artist Song Televote Place
1 Elīna Zariņa & Ieva Vilciņa "Vēlies"
2 Laura Grigorjeva "Bam, Bam, Bam"
3 Ieva Sutugova "Nāc līdz!"
4 Madara Grēgere "Viss notiksies!"
5 Daniels Groza & Monta Beļinska "Es esmu maza, jauka meitene" 2,331 1
6 Sabīne Berezina "Reiz kādā pilsētā" 1,946 3
7 Evita Gržibovska "Lidojums sapnī'
8 Kristiāna Stirāne "Lielais baltais draugs" 2,183 2
9 Ilze Ozoliņa "Nāciet visi man līdzi"
10 Kristīna Brjazgunova "Karnevāls"

At Junior EurovisionEdit

VotingEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ All countries received one set of 12 points to ensure no country finished with nul points.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Kids4Rock". jesc.tv.
  2. ^ Bakker, Sietse (30 May 2005). "Latvian junior finalists announced". Esctoday.
  3. ^ "JESC 2005".
  4. ^ "Bērnu Eirovīzijas nacionālās atlases finālā uzvar Monta Beļinska". DELFI (in Latvian). 17 September 2005.
  5. ^ a b "Results of the Final of Hasselt 2005". European Broadcasting Union. Archived from the original on 29 May 2021. Retrieved 29 May 2021.