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Sweden in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2003

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Country  Sweden
Selected entrant  Honeypies
Final result  15th, 12 points
Selection date(s)  4 October 2003
Selected song  "Stoppa mig"
Selection process  Lilla Melodifestivalen 2003

Sweden entered the first Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2003, represented by the Honeypies - 10-year-old Rebecca Laakso and eleven-year-old Julia Urban - with the song "Stoppa mig".

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Lilla Melodifestivalen 2003

Sveriges Television (SVT) held a national final to select the Swedish entry to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2003. Lilla Melodifestivalen 2003 was held on 4 October, and was hosted at the SVT Television Centre in Stockholm by children's TV host Victoria Dyring.

Ten songs competed in the contest, with the winner decided by jury and televoting.

At Junior Eurovision

On the night of the contest, held in Copenhagen in Denmark, the Honeypies performed 14th in the running order of the contest, following Denmark and preceding Malta. At the close of the voting the duo received 12 points, placing 15th of the 16 competing entries.

Points awarded by Sweden

References

Sweden in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2003 Wikipedia


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