ABC ME screens the Junior Eurovision Song Contest later this month, with 13 year old Isabella Clarke representing Australia, in Georgia.
Her song “Speak Up” about young people having a voice in the world was composed and written by Toby Chew Lee, Cameron Nacson, Chloe Papandrea, and Jess Porfiri,
This is the first time ABC ME is screening the event, hosted by Grace Koh, Pip Rasmussen and Tim Matthews.
Australia’s Isabella Clarke, 13, is set to shine bright as she takes the stage to perform ‘Speak Up’, her modern pop anthem, at this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest, held on Sunday 26 November at the Tbilisi Sports Palace, Georgia.
ABC ME’s broadcast of this incredible event will be hosted by Grace Koh, Pip Rasmussen and Tim Matthews. They’ll take you through all the action from the event, including the performance of our very own Isabella Clarke, and the 15 performances from the other countries competing.
Adding to the excitement of this year’s event, for the first time Australians will be able to vote online for their favourite JESC 2017 performer. ABC ME is calling on all Australians to get behind JESC 2017 and celebrate not only Isabella, but all of the young performers competing. Information on how to vote will be available shortly on the ABC ME website.
ABC ME’s New To Me will air special JESC features leading up to the big event, include: a countdown from four weeks out, and ‘get to know’ Isabella profile pieces. In the week before JESC, Grace Koh will report on all the exciting action happening in Tiblisi.
7:30pm Monday November 27 on ABC ME.