Belarusian song Sokal performed first at Junior Eurovision-2014 Song Contest
Fairytale performance by Nadezhda Misyakova opens contest finals
Nadezhda Misyakova of Belarus finished seventh at Junior Eurovision-2014, awarded 8 points from the children’s jury and 12 from the professional jury (who gave the maximum score to every entry).
Nadezhda Misyakova and her support team open contest in MaltaNadezhda wrote the song, while Belarusian singer Uzari made the arrangement. The youngster was supported on stage by the Vegas Dance group. Belarus is one of the few countries boasting success at Junior Eurovision, having taken part since it was first organised. It boasts two victories: Ksenia Sitnik in 2005 and Alexey Zhgalkovich in 2007. In 2006, Andrey Kunets came second while, in 2010, Lidia Zabolotskaya, finished third. In 2013, Ilya Volkov achieved the same result.