Lithuania in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011

Lithuanian broadcaster LRT announced their participation for Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in September 2011. The National Final, "Vaiku Eurovizija" chose Paulina Skrabytė to represent Lithuania in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011.[1]

Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011
Country Lithuania
National selection
Selection processVaikų Eurovizijos nacionalinė atranka
Selection date(s)18 September 2011
Selected entrantPaulina Skrabytė
Selected song"Debesys"
Finals performance
Final result10th, 53 points
Lithuania in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest
◄2010 2011

Before Junior EurovisionEdit

Vaikų Eurovizijos nacionalinė atrankaEdit

The final was held on 18 September 2011 at the LRT TV Studios in Vilnius, where 11 participants competed. The winner was chosen in two rounds of voting. In the first round the top 3 were chosen by televoting (50%) & a seven-member "expert" jury (50%), while in the second round the winner was chosen by the "expert" jury.[2][3][better source needed]

The jury that voted in the final included Jonas Vilimas, Asta Einikytė, Eglė Nepaitė, Donatas Montvydas, Artūras Novikas, Edmundas Seilius and Kristina Zmailaitė.

Final – 18 September 2011
Draw Artist Song Jury Public Total Place
Televote Points
1 Štai "Geros dienos" 8 137 1 9 7
2 Dominykas Kovaliovas "Kodėl?" 3 97 0 3 10
3 Agnė Lukaševičiūtė "Balti sparnai" 2 1421 10 12 4
4 Gabrielė Rybko "Beždžioniukai" 5 140 2 7 8
5 Dorotėja Kravčenkaitė "Aš skrisiu" 0 201 3 3 10
6 Daumantas Bagdonavičius "Namai" 4 1357 8 12 4
7 Paulina Skrabytė "Debesys" 12 311 6 18 2
8 Laura Kastanauskaitė "Mano šokis" 6 242 4 10 6
9 Bernardas Garbačiauskas "Namo" 7 899 7 14 3
10 Ieva Binevičiūtė "Pasakyk" 1 298 5 6 9
11 Milita Daikerytė "Degu ritmu" 10 1688 12 22 1
Superfinal – 18 September 2011
Draw Artist Song
1 Paulina Skrabytė "Debesys"
2 Bernardas Garbačiauskas "Namo"
3 Milita Daikerytė "Degu ritmu"

At Junior EurovisionEdit

VotingEdit

NotesEdit

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

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Paulina wins in Lithuania!". Junioreurovision.tv. 20 September 2011.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  2. ^ ""Vaikų Eurovizijoje" Lietuvai atstovaus Paulina Skrabytė". Eurodiena (in Lithuanian). 18 September 2011.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  3. ^ "Paulina Skrabyte (Lithuania)". esckaz.com.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  4. ^ a b "Results of the Final of Yerevan 2011". European Broadcasting Union. Archived from the original on 30 May 2021. Retrieved 30 May 2021.