A little over a week ago, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 took place in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland. And what a show it was! Poland won for the second time in a row, something never-before-seen in Junior Eurovision history. All the participants then flew back home after the show. What has happened since then? Let's take a look!
When you check the Instagram account of Poland's Viki Gabor, you see nothing but excitement. As she posted earlier this week: "I am super excited to announce that my single reached #2 of the most listened tracks on Spotify Poland as well #1 on iTunes". Congratulations Viki!
Dutch representative Matheu isn't only pursuing a career in singing; he also working on a role in a Dutch movie called Onze Jongens which will be in theatres in January 2020:
North Macedonia's Mila Moskov posted a descriptive message on Instagram, saying:
"Once something is set in motion, it can't help but build momentum.
P.S I got a surprise for all of u next week"
If you want to know what that surprise is, make sure to follow Mila on Instagram.
Now that she's home, Ukraine's Sophia Ivanko is getting ready for the holidays. She baked a cake with cream and raspberry stuffing which she showed off in her Christmas pyjamas: