The EBU wants young artists to evolve from Junior Eurovision to the adult Eurovision Song Contest. This year, Destiny from Malta and Stefania from Greece are living that dream. “We have learned a lot from Junior Eurovision.”
The Greek song for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021, ‘Last Dance’, has been presented. It will be performed by the young singer Stefania, who has been internally selected for Rotterdam.
Stefania will sing the song “Last Dance” at Eurovision 2021. Greek broadcaster ERT announced this news today via Instagram. The song itself is not yet public.
Sending a Dutch girl to Rotterdam was the Greek plan for 2020. And now that Eurovision will be held in Rotterdam in 2021 after all, it makes sense to still send Stefania.
We may not get to see our 2020 favourites take to the stage, but that doesn’t mean we can’t reminisce on our Eurovision favourites. This series is aimed to discover the team’s favourite entries from the 21st century, from 2001 to 2019.
The Greek entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 has been presented. You can check out the song ‘Supergirl’ by Stefania below.
Stefania Liberakakis will represent Greece in Rotterdam. The 17-year old girl, born and raised in Utrecht but from Greek descent, will sing the song “Supergirl” composed by Dimitris Kontopoulos.
Greece is back in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest. They did so by chosing a more mainstream song in 2019 than previous years. A deliberate choice by broadcaster ERT.
People who will watch the performance from Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 will see a lot of visual acts and props on stage. Katerine Duska knows there is a deeper meaning behind it all.
Katerine Duska has released the song ‘Better Love’, with which she will participate on behalf of Greece at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. Katerine Duska wrote her song together with the Scottish singer-songwriter David Sneddon.