Last autumn she showed off her trim figure in the Greek edition of Shape Magazine, but on January 4 Kalomira shared a new, fuller shape — and it’s even more beautiful.

Touching her stomach and wearing a gorgeous smile in a series of selfies, Greece’s Eurovision 2008 singer revealed that she is pregnant with her third child.

In the photos she wore a form fitting beige top cinched at the sides that accentuated her ample assets. She paired the top with black leggings and brown knee-high boots.

Somewhat movingly, her hands seemed to form the shape of a heart as she rested them on her baby bump.

The affection was directed at her unborn child, but also her twin boys Nikos and Demetris, who can be seen playing on the floor.

Her joy is evident in the caption: “Making the family a little bigger! 3 months pregnant! ;)))”

She wears a smile, but Kalomira was putting on a brave face: “I have been so sick my first trimester…slowly getting better!”

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The Greek-American pop starlet landed on our radar in a big way at Eurovision 2008. She had all of Europe trying to decipher her secret combination, which saw her win her semi-final and place third in the grand final. Her dance moves in the bridge still make us smile.

Fans and journalists regularly ask if she’ll return to the Eurovision stage. Over the summer, while visiting Greece from her home in New York to perform at the MAD Video Music Awards 2015, she seemed warm to the idea.

“I would have refused if you asked me last year. It’s an honor to represent your country, but there is a lot of work behind this, and a lot of pressure on you and your team. But if I had a song and told myself ‘Oh my god, this song suits me and I really like it’ I would go to Eurovision again. And I feel that the second time I would be more experienced and demand more.”

With a bun in the oven, it’s unlikely Kalomira will compete in 2016 or 2017. But she’s got the fire and the support to make a successful run after that — and we hope she does!

Congrats on the babe, Kalomira. We hope your second trimester is easier than the first!

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Ern
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Ern

2008 was a strong entry for Greece.

Still, I hope she does NOT return to Eurovision. She has not been able to sustain a singing career in Greece, and the songs she released since Eurovision are awful.

She should stay a TV personality (and maybe an actress), but nothing more.

Esma & Irrelozano
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Esma & Irrelozano

Why did you give attention to this flop her pregnancy and not Anouk’s? Smh get your priorities straight. *leleleleleles away*

esc1234
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esc1234

Shes the queen love her <3

paco
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Que haga terapia con Soraya, le ira bien.

Ben Rafter
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Ben Rafter

That was a good year except for Russia’s win. Ukraine was the best but Greece my 2nd then Armenia.

jr esc nl
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jr esc nl

Talking about babies, anouk is pregnant again.

PP
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PP

With 50 % juries, Russia would be on first place and Greece on third. I think result 50% juries 50 % televote would be
1. Ukraine
2. Norway
3. Russia
4. Serbia
5. Greece
6. Portugal
……

Ronnie
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Ronnie

2008 should have been a three way victory between Ukraine, Greece and Armenia – how awesome would that have been? First semi-final in Kiev, second semi-final in Yerevan and the final in Athens! Ahhhhhh