Serhat has been keeping quiet in recent weeks, but he recently broke the silence with an appearance on the Greek television show Bravo Roula. The Turkish singer paid a visit to neighbouring Greece and delivered a performance of his song “I Didn’t Know”.

It was an important moment for Greek television. The show marked the return of popular Greek television host Roula Koromila after a decade’s absence. Serhat was invited as the musical guest for the premiere episode of Bravo Roula.

While disappointingly he wasn’t wearing the head-mounded monocle of the original music video, Serhat was still looking sharp in a black suit, accessorised with a pink tartan bowtie and his trademark hat.

After starting the song alone on the stage, Serhat was soon joined by six female and four male dancers, who added some disco glamour to the performance.

But Serhat also proved that he didn’t need the dancers to work the audience, comfortably walking the audience catwalk and serving plenty of Turkish-Sammarinese realness.

https://youtu.be/ev9T3lWKcP8

Serhat also recently made an appearance on Maltese television, performing “I Didn’t Know” on the popular talkshow Xarabank. An audience member filmed the performance, showing Serhat again working his magic and charming the audience.

Serhat will perform in semi-final one on 10 May.

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Nicky91
Nicky91
5 years ago

@Epic

good that your supporting Serhat, i respect that, and his song is the most funny i’ve ever heard in eurovision 🙂

mad-professor
mad-professor
5 years ago

Damn, what a man – that lady in the back swooning over Serhat’s epic performance!

In all seriousness, this song is so bad that it’s strangely good. Will it qualify? Stranger things have happened (like Hungary qualifying last year). But probably not.

@cheesecake
‘No!’ XD

cheesecake
cheesecake
5 years ago

Everything about this gives me the creeps.
I want Michele and Anita back. There, I said it.

Epic
Epic
5 years ago

Dat performance :drooling:

Look at the crowd in complete outbreak clapping their hands.

We must have this in front of 200 million people on May 14th.

One last huge dose of trolling in the biggest world music contest of them all. We can’t ask for more.

#VoteForSerhat

Nicky91
Nicky91
5 years ago

@Jan

yeah and for charity as well 🙂 🙂

but she sounded good

@djjeje

well i would rather see this qualify instead of Azerbaijan or Russia 🙂

Serhat is a good entertainer so maybe he’ll get the sympathy votes, please feel free to vote for him

i just want Croatia, Malta and Czech Republic and Armenia to qualify, but any of the others can be San Marino in my opinion 🙂

djjeje
djjeje
5 years ago

beautiful voice, datspeaking instead of singing, it’s perfect I didn’t know but I do know now. I will vote Serhat.

djjeje
djjeje
5 years ago

a real winner.. in my mind.

SerhatFTW
SerhatFTW
5 years ago

This masterpiece is too good to be true.

So much swag.

Nicky91
Nicky91
5 years ago

@DenizNL

that’s good to hear about who they like, i like Cyprus this year more than last year, really a good song, a bit like Bastille ( remember that band from the song Pompeii)

@Ben Rafter

me too, maybe instead of Azerbaijan or Greece or Estonia ( a country who i can’t see scoring too well with that boring song)

but then again the san marino song is so funny, it’s so bad it’s good 🙂

Colin
Colin
5 years ago

If masterpiece like Crisalide failed to qualify, this awful song should as well. We have enough good ones in semi 1 to worry about this.

ZZlemon
ZZlemon
5 years ago

i really really wanted to hear him live but this is an obvious playback 🙁

sonic0201
sonic0201
5 years ago

Things are getting seriuos from now.

georgekirkas
georgekirkas
5 years ago

@DenizNL

I watched that, too and it was very interesting! I also watched the three-minute performance of Serhat, though on the other show! (I’m from Greece, so it was easy for me!)

DenizNL
DenizNL
5 years ago

Yesterday I actually was watching an ERT 1 stream (Greek television ofcourse) and they broadcasted a Eurovisionpreview show, which I really enjoyed. There were fans and a Eurovision jury (Nicolas 2014, Despina 2013 and someone else) and they rated whole semi final 1 and Sweden, France and Spain. And while I didn’t understand much, they did rate the songs with the new facebook likes (like, love, sad, mad and dislike). They really loved the 3 of the big 5 and liked Malta, Armenia, Cyprus (ofcourse) and some others. The site might have the episode there, but I don’t know. Next… Read more »

Mark
Mark
5 years ago

That’s it, I’m sold. Next year we head to San Marino

Huh
Huh
5 years ago

Possible qualifier. He is promoting his song in other countries and that’s a sign.

Pastora Soler haha!
Pastora Soler haha!
5 years ago

Did u see the countries of his semifinal? He has 0 options XD.

Nick
Nick
5 years ago

Nina Kraljic also performed live on The Voice Croatia. Surprised you guys haven’t made an article on it yet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMRtoJ5bM9o

Luke
Luke
5 years ago

Why do I get drawn into this so much even though I don’t like how he sings, it seems weird but mesmerizing and it’s not coming bottom in semi final, I think it’s one that could be a borderline qualifier

David Who
David Who
5 years ago

I’m so sorry, but I can’t stand this song or this live performance. I can only wonder why other people like it. I truly don’t understand why it would have a chance of qualifying – please explain.

Another American Fan
Another American Fan
5 years ago

I agree with Ben and Tom, especially because Serhat is going to countries like Greece and Malta (both in his semifinal!) to promote his song.

Tom
Tom
5 years ago

I agree with Ben, Despite the song being pretty bad i can see it qualifying…

Jan
Jan
5 years ago
oli
oli
5 years ago

I really don’t understand San Marino. Do they pay a fee to compete in Eurovision? If so, why don’t they send any good italian singer (there are plenty of them) or any of the 27 non winning melodifestivalen acts for example…anything would be more competitive than what they send every year. Sorry for the mean comment, but I would really like to see San Marino doing well in Eurovision at least once.

Ben Rafter
Ben Rafter
5 years ago

While I don’t like the song, I can see it being a shock qualifier for some reason…..