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Hundreds of North East children have been taking part in their own version of the Eurovision Song Contest. They sang songs in everything from Polish to Lithuanian.
The event in Durham was aimed at improving their language skills, as Derek Proud reports.
Children taking part in a Eurovision-style singing contest at the Gala Theatre in Durham have told ITV News Tyne Tees that they were "gobsmacked" by the audiences' reaction.
Children from Hotspur Primary school, Newcastle, demonstrate their Norwegian.
Hundreds of children from schools across the North East have been taking part in a Eurovision-style Song Contest.
The event, at the Gala Theatre in Durham, was aimed at improving their language skills.
Around 400 children from 27 schools are singing in languages from Lithuanian to Spanish, Polish to Norwegian.