Greece is one of the most successful Eurovision nations of the twenty first century. In those fifteen years Greece has accomplished ten top ten finishes including three third places with Antique (2001), Sakis Rouvas (2004) and Kalomira (2008) and of course their only win to date in 2004 with Elena Paparizou’s ‘My Number One’. Since the semi finals were introduced in 2004, Greece has qualified every year. Their most recent attempt in 2015 was Maria Elena Kyriakou who finished in 19th place with her song ‘One Last Breath’.
Tonight saw the results of the first Eurovision Semi Finals and we now know which ten acts of the sixteen from the first live show will join the big five, Australia and hosts Austria in Saturday’s Final. Read on to find out who made it through.
It’s time for another battle of the ball gowns! Wardrobe wars continues with another two acts battling it out to be picked as the best dressed. So who do you prefer out of Greece’s Maria-Elena and Hungary’s Boggie? Boggie has opted for a maroon dress with matching maroon belt, whereas Maria-Elena has gone for a sparkly silver number. Read on to see both outfits and vote for your favourite in our poll.Continue reading
Today say the first round of rehearsals for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna. The Wiener Stadhalle welcomed the first batch of Eurovision hopefuls who got to perform on stage for the first time and see how their songs would sound in the live environment of the arena. Read on for a sneak peek at some of the entries.Continue reading
Maria Elena Kyriakou is a Greek Cypriot singer best known for winning the first season of The Voice of Greece and has been chosen to represent Greece in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest with song ‘One Last Breath’. Read on to see what our thoughts were on the song.Continue reading