Georgia won Junior Eurovision Song Contest for the second time, keeping domination of former Soviet states in this song contest, modeled under its grown-up version and launched eight years ago.
CANDY, a group of five girls from Georgia, won the contest for 10-15 year olds held in capital of Georgia's neighboring Armenia, Yerevan, on Saturday. The group won the contest with thier song Candy Music scoring 108 points in televoting beating Netherlands by five points, followed by Belarus and Russia with 99 points each. Georgia first won the contest in 2008.
Unlike grown-up version of Eurovision, hosting of the event in following year does not go to a winning nation; the host is selected through bidding process and next year it will be the Netherlands.