Netherlands in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011

Netherlands selected their Junior Eurovision entry for 2011 through Junior Songfestival, a national selection consisting of 8 songs. The winner was Rachel with the song "Teenager".

Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011
Country Netherlands
National selection
Selection processJunior Songfestival 2011
33% Jury
33% Kids Jury
33% Televoting
Selection date(s)Semi Final:
17 September 2011
24 September 2011
Final:
1 October 2011
Selected entrantRachel Traets
Selected song"Teenager"
Finals performance
Final result2nd, 103 points
Netherlands in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest
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Before Junior EurovisionEdit

Junior Songfestival 2011Edit

The songs were split into two semi finals. From each semi final two sentries will qualify for the final based on the decision of adult and children juries as well as televoting. The fifth entry in the final will be chosen by online voting (web wildcard).[1]

Semi Final 1Edit

Semi-final 1 – 17 September 2011
Draw Artist Song Kids Jury Expert Jury Televote Total Place
1 Rachel "Ik ben een Teenager" 12 12 12 36 1
2 Yassir "Beautiful" 10 10 9 29 2
3 Polle "Music in my heart" 8 9 10 27 3
4 Sera "Never give up" 9 8 8 25 4

Semi Final 2Edit

Semi-final 2 – 24 September 2011
Draw Artist Song Kids Jury Expert Jury Televote Total Place
1 Joël "Ik denk aan jou" 12 12 12 36 1
2 Lidewei "Dit is wat ik wil" 10 9 10 29 2
3 Noah "Twitterqueen" 9 10 9 28 3
4 JuNMe "Magie" 8 8 8 24 4

FinalEdit

Final – 1 October 2011
Draw Artist Song Kids Jury Expert Jury Televote Total Place
1 Joël "Ik denk aan jou" 7 8 9 24 4
2 Lidewei "Dit is wat ik wil" 8 10 8 26 3
3 Rachel "Ik ben een teenager" 12 12 12 36 1
4 Yassir "Beautiful" 9 9 10 28 2
5 Sera "Never give up" 10 7 7 24 5

At Junior EurovisionEdit

VotingEdit

NotesEdit

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

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "AVRO Junior Songfestival". ESCKaz. 13 July 2011. Retrieved 13 July 2011.
  2. ^ a b "Results of the Final of Yerevan 2011". European Broadcasting Union. Archived from the original on 30 May 2021. Retrieved 30 May 2021.