Greek broadcaster ERT revealed Stefania as their pick for Eurovision 2020 last month. Today they unveiled ‘Superg!rl’, the song that she will sing in Rotterdam. Check it out!
Greek broadcaster ERT revealed on their evening news broadcast this evening that singer Stefania will represent them in Rotterdam in May.
Despite an announcement expected last week, all was quiet from camp Greece. A few days later however and the broadcaster ERT have announced that Katerine Duska will sing for them at Eurovision 2019.
Greece’s attempt at a national final in 2018 was a proper shit show. The broadcaster shortlisted five songs, two were disqualified for not meeting the requirements set out by broadcaster ERT and two more refused to pay the selection fee required as part of the terms set out by the broadcaster. This essentially made their choice of Yianna Terzi’s ‘Oniero Mou’ a default internal selection. It would appear that ERT have learned their lesson from 2018 and in 2019 they will return to an internal, untelevised selection process.
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Greece’s selection process for Eurovision 2018 can pretty much be summed up by the term ‘shit storm’. Despite many set backs and debacles ERT have today announced that it will be Gianna Terzi who will represent Greece in Lisbon with the song ‘To oniro mou’, or in English ‘That’s My Dream’.
Greece’s selection for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest can be summed up in one word: shambles!
Greek broadcaster ERT have revealed the five acts that will compete in their national selection show in a bid to be named their pick for Eurovision 2018.
The Greek broadcaster ERT are keen to achieve a good result at Eurovision 2018 and have wasted no time in kicking off their selection process for the competition in Lisbon next May.
Reports last week suggested that Greek broadcaster ERT had narrowed their Eurovision 2017 selection down to just two artists. Today however, they confirmed that it will be Demy and not Stereo Soul that will take the helm for Greece in Kiev in May.