A couple weeks later after the speculations about canceling the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, the good news has been given by the EBU. Malta will be the host of Junior Eurovision Song Contest once again this year.

Malta has hosted the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2014, and EBU has put into words that how much they have been delightful and pleased about their hosting of Junior Eurovision. And lastly, Malta was the second candidate to host last year’s Junior Eurovision after Bulgaria. So it isn’t a big surprise for the Eurovision followers to see Malta as the host of the contest.

The surprise is actally the new executive supervisor of Junior Eurovision Song Contest. As you’ve already known that former executive supervisor of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was Vladislav Yakovlev untill last year. But last year, he’ve been suddenly dismissed by the EBU. And this year, Jon Ola Sand┬áwill be the executive supervisor of Junior Eurovision.

We’ll put the dots on the news later on.

Here is the promotion video of the last year’s host of Junior Eurovision Song Contest, Bulgaria: