wiwibloggs has around 50 correspondents from all around the world. We want to be as close to our readers as we can, so in the coming months will be introducing you to every one on the team. Today we are speaking with our Georgia correspondent Rezo Mamsikashvili.

Hey Rezo! Could you tell us a bit about yourself?

I’m Rezo Mamsikashvili and I’m seventeen years old. I’m living in Tbilisi, Georgia. I am in the 12th grade now and I will be going to university next year. I dream of being a journalist or a pilot. But I’ll choose to enter the faculty of Business Administration. Fitness is my lifestyle. I also love travelling!

When did you start working for wiwibloggs and what’s your job?

I started working for wiwibloggs in September 2014 and my job is to cover news about ESC and JESC singers, and to do interviews with them, particularly the stars in Georgia.

When did you became a Eurovision fan?

I was 10 years old when I saw Eurovision for the first time in 2007. I don’t remember how this happened.

What ESC song is your all-time favourite?

This one is really simple: “Children of the Universe” by Molly Smitten-Downes. Molly has written a song with excellent lyrics and a positive message, and she has an excellent voice. It’s a brilliant song! I would like to take this opportunity and to address her: I LOVE YOU MOLLY!

What’s your favourite Eurovision memory?

Rezo with Georgia's JESC star, Lizi Pop
Rezo with Georgia’s JESC star, Lizi Pop

I remember April 1 2013, when I created a Facebook page named ‘Eurovision Georgian fans‘. This page captured numerous likes on Facebook and today it’s one of the biggest Eurovision fan pages in Europe.

Do you have some Eurovision-related dream?

I dream to attend the grand final of Eurovision. I hope I can go somewhere in the future, no matter where! This is my biggest dream!

If you could change something about Eurovision, what would it be?

I wouldn’t change anything. But I would give everyone who is a Eurovision fan the opportunity to attend at least one final of the Eurovision Song Contest.

Has being a Eurovision fan changed your life in any way?

First of all, as all European people do, I love Eurovision very much. It’s an important part of my life to watch the show every year. Eurovision is a European project which gives us a possibility to meet new cultures and discover new music. It’s the love and friendship that’s everything for me. Eurovision gave me a lot of friends from all around the world and especially from the wiwibloggs team. I would like to thank William Lee Adams, who gave me the opportunity to write articles on wiwibloggs!

What kind of reaction do you get when you tell people that you are a Eurovision fanatic?

I feel very good at this time. Maybe they laughed in the past, but I don’t pay attention to them. Eurovision is my life.

In your mind, what’s the greatest Eurovision injustice?

I think Molly Smitten-Downes deserved a higher place at Eurovision 2014. She had a brilliant song! Also Lizi Pop should have reached a better placing at the JESC 2014. I don’t know why Europe decided so — Lizi is the cutest and the most talented kid I’ve ever seen.

Do you have some outside of Eurovision?

I love travelling, learning foreign languages, drawing and working out.

What else do you do in your free time?

I’m training, reading detective stories and spending time with my friends.

What’s best about your country and your city/town?

Rezo Lizi Pop 2

You know my country belongs to the region of Eastern Europe. Historically Georgia is one of the most multi-cultural countries. In Tbilisi you have a possibility to see a mix of old and new Georgian architecture. There is a a new and an old part of the city, which is really interesting. In Georgia you can see new cities as well. For instane, Batumi is called Eastern Europe’s Las Vegas. You can also enjoy the wonderful nature in Georgia. You’ll definitely have an interesting trip.

Where would you like to travel the most, for the first time or once more?

I would especially like to visit the USA! Also, the United Kingdom, Australia, Spain, so… I want to travel around the world.

What kind of music you listen to besides Eurovision music?

I’m listening also to hip hop and I’m a Jake Miller fan.

What is your favourite Wiwibloggs article of all time?

This is difficult question. I think the interview with Georgia’s representative at the JESC 2014 Lizi Pop and interview with representive of Portugal at the ESC 2014 Suzy.

Do you have a message for all the wiwireaders out there?

First of all, I want to say thank you to all our readers! And I advise you in your life remembering, “HURRY SLOWLY!”

Read all of Rezo’s work here.


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9 years ago

love his articles on this site.amazing interview.
I love wiwibloggs.com