Greece sends Dutch Stefania Liberakakis to Eurovision

Greece's Eurovision 2021 representative Stefania — Photo: Chantal Antonides - Picture Perfect Amsterdam

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.

Liberakakis participated in The Voice Kids in the Netherlands to kick-start her career. Later on she represented The Netherlands during the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2016 as part of the girl group Kisses.

The Greek Eurovision song has not yet been released. This will happen at a later stage.

ESCDaily spoke to Stefania Liberakakis during JESC 2016 (she’s the girl on the left):

“Totally flabbergasted”

In an interview with the national Dutch broadcaster NOS, Liberakakis has expressed her surprise and enthusiasm. “I was like: get out of here… This can’t really be happening.” The 17-year old singer explains that she came in contact with the Greek broadcaster ERT during Junior Eurovision, when they found out that Stefania speaks Greek fluently. “They then asked me to perform in a tv-show, and earlier this year they invited me to audition for Eurovision with “Supergirl”. After I performed, they said: this is it.”