Arhanna has released “Hoiame Kokku”, the Estonian entry for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in Nice.
“Hoiame Kokku” (Let’s stick together) is the song that Arhanna will perform at Junior Eurovision 2023. The song was written by Karl-Ander Reismann will composed by Leelo Tungal. Karl-Ander Reismann previously wrote “Hope”, the Estonian entry for Eurovision 2022. Leelo Tungal also has Eurovision experience, having written the first two Estonian Eurovision entries; “Muretut meelt ja südametuld” (1993) and “Nagu merelaine” (1994).
11-year-old Arhanna Sandra Arbma will be the first singer to represent Estonia in Junior Eurovision. The singer was internally selected by ERR, having won the 2022 edition of Tähtede Lava.
Arhanna is from Räpina and has been singing since the age of 5. She has performed and competed in many competitions across Estonia.
Estonia will debut in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest this year. Previously, ERR was not interested in participating in the competition due to financial problems, but broadcast it in 2003 and 2004.
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Source : EUROVOIX