Ukrainian-born Eduard Romanyuta — the man leading an 80s revival for Moldova at Eurovision 2015 — has officially launched his promotional tour. As we previously reported he’s funding his trip and entire promotional campaign himself — and his first investment was in the Republic of Georgia. He built a bridge to Tbilisi where he met Georgia’s Eurovision representative Nina Sublatti (who may be tattooing her body with your Eurovision logo design very soon).
In some ways Eduard’s visit marked a reunion. He appeared on First Channel’s “Our Morning” show alongside Eurovision 2013 singer Sophie Gelovani. In 2012 Eduard performed a series of duets with Sophie on “10+10″, a program co-produced by Georgian and Ukrainian National Broadcasters. They talked about their first meeting and, naturally, gave us an encore.
Eduard performed ”I Want Your Love”, though he chose to lip-synch. Perhaps he wants to save his vocals for Vienna?
Eduard and Sopho perform Georgian song ”Shavi Zghva Tetrad Mogechveneba”