Internal Selection: Armenia participated in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Sofia, Bulgaria. On 11 June 2015 it was confirmed that they would use internal selection. Michael Varosyan (Mika) was selected as the Armenian representative on 14 July with his song “Love”, being selected on 6 October. Armenia finished 2nd with 176 points during the final.
- Artist: 14 July 2015
- Song: 6 October 2015
Internal selection: On 11 June 2015, the Armenian public broadcaster, Public Television of Armenia (ARMTV), announced its plans to participate in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2015, in the Bulgarian capital, Sofia. The broadcaster had opted for an internal selection method, to decide their artist and song to represent them in November.
The broadcaster announced on 14 July, that they had selected 12-year-old Michael Varosyan to be their representative in Bulgaria. He was actually part of Compass Band, the representatives in 2012, but he was not allowed to compete since he was only 9. Varosyan has previous taken part in the national selection shows for Armenia since 2013, but never gained the ticket to represent his country at the junior contest.
On 19 September, an announcement by the public broadcaster stated that their 2015 Junior Eurovision representative, Michael Varosyan, would be performing the song “Love”. It was officially presented on 6 October.
“Love” is a song by Armenian child singer Michael Varosyan, simply known as Mika. It represented Armenia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Bulgaria and he achieved 2nd place with 176 points which is highest number of points for a non-winning entry.