Yerevan calling! Germany’s Levina travels to Armenian capital to promote “Perfect Life”

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She soared through the marathon German national selection in February and battled it out with Austria’s Nathan Trent live on Schlagercountdown. But Germany’s Levina didn’t stop there. Instead she took her promo tour international, with appearances in Tbilisi, London, Tel Aviv and Amsterdam to promote her track “Perfect Life”. 

In her latest tour stop, the German starlet has travelled to Armenia and the country’s capital Yerevan for a two-day promo tour.

As well as meeting multiple Armenian media outlets, Germany’s Eurovision 2017 act is taking time to experience Yerevan and Armenian culture.

She’ll visit the Komitas Museum Institute – an art museum dedicated to Armenian composer Komitas – and students of the Tumo creative technologies center, a digital media learning center for students aged 12-18.

Levina will also meet Armenian Eurovision fans, discover Armenian history and meet Armenia’s Eurovision 2017 act Artsvik, who Eurofans will remember challenged Levina as part of her Armenian folk song challenge.

We’re still waiting for Levina to do a cover of Artsvik’s stylish top-knot…

Having such a good time in beautiful Yerevan at the Cascade ???????????? And I met a lovely fat cat ????

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With the promotion season now drawing to an end, Levina’s focus will be on the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kyiv on May 13.

During the past two years Germany has finished last in the field. Last year Jamie-Lee managed to win eleven points: 8 from Switzerland and 2 from Austria in the televote, and a further 1 point from Georgia’s jury. Her last-place finish — perhaps the result of staging that seemed completely alien to the song — wasn’t exactly a surprise.

During SVT’s Eurovision 2016 pre-show, wiwibloggers William and Deban singled Germany out as the act they felt would most struggle to make an impression.

In 2015 Ann Sophie finished dead list with nil points. Let’s hope lovely Levina avoids that fate.

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