Three years ago, she represented The Netherlands at Junior Eurovision. But now there’s speculation that the Greek Dutch singer Stefania Liberakakis will return to the Eurovision stage, this time representing Greece at Eurovision 2020. OGAE Greece claims that Greek broadcaster ERT has internally selected Stefania for Rotterdam.

The 17-year-old singer has been on the list of rumoured acts to represent Greece this year, but now it appears that Stefania has made the cut. OGAE Greece’s sources say that broadcaster ERT has internally selected the Dutch-born singer.

And the former Junior Eurovision star reportedly has the so-called “Dream Team” on her side. OGAE Greece say that Stefania Greek Eurovision maestro Dimitris Kontopoulos will be involved with the song production, while the legendary Greek choreographer Fokas Evangelinos will take care of the staging.

This would be third Greek entry the “Dream Team” has been involved in. Kontopoulos and Evangelinos were previously behind Sakis Rouvas’ “This Is Our Night” in 2009 and Demy’s “This is Love” in 2017.

If Stefania is selected, she will be the fourth female artist to represent Greece in the past four years. This follows Demy, Yianna Terzi and Katerine Duska. As a member of the Greek diaspora, Stefania follows the Greek Swedish singer Helena Paparizou, who won Eurovision for Greece in 2005.

Broadcaster ERT has not made any comment on its act for Eurovision 2020. However, OGAE Greece says an official announcement is expected in “a matter of days”.

Who is Stefania Liberakakis?

Stefania Liberakakis is a Dutch-born singer and actor, with Greek ancestry. She’s been on our radar since July as a potential act for Eurovision 2020.

Stefania came to fame in 2014, when she participated on The Voice Kids. After wowing judges with her audition performance of Alicia Keys’ “No One”, Stefania made it as far as the Battle round before being eliminated. She also sang as part of the Dutch children’s choir Kinderen voor Kinderen.

In 2016, Stefania represented The Netherlands at Junior Eurovision in Malta, as part of the three-piece girl group Kisses. Their upbeat song “Kisses and Dancin'” placed eighth in the contest.

More recently, Stefania has worked on her solo pop career. Last month, Stefania released “Turn Around”, a sophisticated contemporary pop track which could be an indication of the type of music she would perform at Eurovision.

Stefania has also been working on her pop career in Greece. Earlier this year, she performed at the Mad VMA music awards, as part of an all-girl cover of Daddy Yankee’s “Con calma” along with Ilenia Williams and Konnie Metaxa. The video of the performance has clocked up over two million views, inspiring comments from fans wanting Stefania for Eurovision.

As well as singing, Stefania also has an acting career. She has starred in the Dutch high school mockumentary Brugklas, the recent dystopian action film De club van lelijke kinderen (The club of ugly children) and made an appearance in the teen comedy 100% Coco New York.

What do you think? Should Stefania represent Greece in Rotterdam? What sort of song should she perform? Tell us your thoughts below!

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Mute
Mute
6 months ago

I did not know Lana Rhoades could sing… 😉

Jørgen
Jørgen
6 months ago

Just stop saying all the time that Eurovision ruined Demy….. When she went to Eurovision, her career and popularity in Greece had already fallen in comparison to other years…. She used to be a teen idol from 2011 to 2014 but after her popularity faded…. 2015 – 2017 were very average years for her career and after Eurovision most Greeks have forgotten her…. But again i think it was her choice cause’ don’t forget that after eurovision she stated that she wanted to finish her studies in Law….

KarmaLeon
KarmaLeon
6 months ago

« Star » ???? lol

Eurofangr
Eurofangr
6 months ago

Some more news about this is that they have already proposed 3 songs which are all in English: the first is a mid tempo, the second is a dance reggaeton (but nothing similar with what we’ve seen in the past years) and the last one is a dance pop song with ethnic elements. As I’ve read from a guy (dont know if it’s TRUE but I want to believe it is) the dance reggaeton has a hard beat drop and it’s also the favorite one. As a Greek from the diaspora I’m very proud of ERT and wish good luck… Read more »

Jessey
Jessey
6 months ago
Reply to  Eurofangr

Hi did you hear the songs?

Eurofangr
Eurofangr
6 months ago
Reply to  Jessey

No I haven’t but I read from a guy abiut the dance reggaeton, I hope it’s true:(

Azaad
Azaad
6 months ago
Reply to  Eurofangr

If she gets Sergey level songs from the dream team I’m all for her participation. She’s a compelling performer. My fears are based solely on the dream team giving terrible songs to Demy and killing her career since Kyiv. So if the songs are good I’m happy.

Eurofangr
Eurofangr
6 months ago
Reply to  Azaad

True, demi unfortunately hasnt been a big name in greece since 2017 and I dont hear her songs so often on the radio so let’s hope stefania will get a song which can bring us back to our golden times

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
6 months ago

she looks like the ariana grande impersonator i’ve been wishin for. give us an urban bop, greece !

Matthew
Matthew
6 months ago

Damn u wiwibloggs getting kisses & dancin’ stuck in my head again.

Azaad
Azaad
6 months ago

Turn Around was released in November and is 2:59…if ERT have chosen Stefania she would have a chance of scoring a decent result with that song if she can pull it off live

lol
lol
6 months ago

why does Greece “deserve” a top ten finish. they had a very good track record for many years but NEWSFLASH, that doesn’t last forever. Yall were placing top 10 every year in the early 2000s, we are now entering 2020, it’s a different time.

That guy
That guy
6 months ago

So Foureira wasn’t chosen, neither was Tamara but an unknown from elsewhere is good enough for ERT. Are Greek artists just not interested or is ERT that inept. There a lot of talent in Greek music so it’s a shame that talent isn’t being taken advantage of.

Zuzu
Zuzu
6 months ago
Reply to  That guy

There are so many good artists based in Greece, ERT just ignores them!!

Azaad
Azaad
6 months ago
Reply to  Zuzu

Given that Tamta scored a middling result but is still going well career wise I honestly think she wouldn’t mind going to ESC again for Greece. I think Eleni wouldn’t because she seems satisfied with being a runner up and getting a country its best ever and only podium result, but Tamta may be open to singing for Greece if ERT picked her.

Mari
Mari
5 months ago
Reply to  That guy

She’s not an unknown from elsewhere. 1) she represented Netherlands a few years back at junior Eurovision and 2) she’s a member of the Greek diaspora

Lol
Lol
6 months ago

All these Greek fans are TOXIC! They are trying to put down a 17 year old she is still a kid. I have heard her songs before and they are amazing and I’m sure she will be able to get lots of votes from the younger audience. STOP COMPLAINING!

Zuzu
Zuzu
6 months ago
Reply to  Lol

She is still a kid? Now that is a lame excuse.. and no one attacked the girl, it’s all ERT’s fault.

lol
lol
6 months ago
Reply to  Zuzu

how is it their fault. they may have selected Stefania and i see nothing wrong with that, i think its a good thing.

Vangelis vt
Vangelis vt
6 months ago

It seems like a two-in-one package deal with the Kontopoulos team taking on both Greece and Cyprus next year. In both cases with young casting-show products without any real creative input in all of this.

Boring!

Mr X
Mr X
6 months ago
Reply to  Vangelis vt

Absolutely !

Simon
Simon
6 months ago

Oh my God soooooo boring

RoboESC
RoboESC
6 months ago

Her music video for ‘Turn Around’ was actually shot in Rotterdam 😀

Gudrun
Gudrun
6 months ago

She’s talented and charismatic. But I hope that they won’t make her work with the same suspects again. :/ They have given us some really good entries in the past (Ukraine 2008, Azerbaijan 2013) but lately they are just running out of ideas. Good luck to Greece nevertheless.

Julia
Julia
6 months ago
Reply to  Gudrun

Russia 2016 and Moldova 2018 where also brilliant.

Thomas
Thomas
6 months ago

Dear Greeks, Stop complaining. The broadcaster is doing an internal selection because it cannot afford a national final (which was giving very subpar results since 2012). Yes the internal selections haven’t gone well, but you have been fan favorites for 3 years running, save 2016. The way some of you are acting is like you are owed A top 10 placement and that simply isn’t true. It could be so much worse, you could be San Marino or Belarus, nations who consistently struggle to qualify. From 2001 to 2011 you had one of the strongest track records in ESC. Its… Read more »

EmilyG
EmilyG
6 months ago
Reply to  Thomas

@Thomas
So true.
This is exactly what I said before.
They are acting like God owes them a top 10 placing every year.
They have a young, charismatic artist, with a powerful voice and a very strong team working with her and they still complain.

Mr X
Mr X
6 months ago

Kostas Martakis was also on my “wishlist”.

Zuzu
Zuzu
6 months ago

It was just confirmed by ANT1 News (Greek Channel)..
I am so disappointed of my country…

Piobio
Piobio
6 months ago
Reply to  Zuzu

You would be no matter what they choose….every year the same negative attitude from the very beginning from most greek fans…..nisafi pia!

Zen
Zen
6 months ago

When will Greece and Russia finally understand that the DreamTeam’s golden times has gone?! Their music sounds like something straight out of 2000-2002. Okay, Sergey did well in 2019 but let’s be honest his final result was the weirdest thing ever. He has only got 12 televoting points from all the former Sovietic republics plus San Marino (shocking, isnt it), Albania (they awarded only 2 points to him in the SF), Israel and Czech Republic.

Julia
Julia
6 months ago
Reply to  Zen

I hope you understand that what you are saying doesn’t really make sense? First of all, “scream” had nothing to do with music that comes from 2000-2002. It was a very emotional ballad that could have been the soundtrack of any movie.
And then why shouldn’t a broadcaster work with them when 80% of their work in top 10? Because you, an unknown user from no where, doesn’t like their songs?

Heix
Heix
6 months ago
Reply to  Julia

Because we are boring with still the same songs by these Greek people, Kirkorov etc. We want something new. And yes, their music is very old fashioned.

Julia
Julia
6 months ago
Reply to  Heix

No one really cares who the authors are.
Only other songwriters that are jealous. Are you one of those?

Gudrun
Gudrun
6 months ago
Reply to  Julia

Stop using different accounts to comment and upvote/downvote comments. SMH

Julia
Julia
6 months ago
Reply to  Gudrun

It is you that has commented with 3 different usernames at this post not me :-)))))))

Minerva
Minerva
6 months ago

Reading from another wiwiblogs article about her…..”She represents a vision of Europe without borders and embodies the Eurovision theme of celebrating diversity.” Considering there is so much effort around Europe to eradicate nations’ character and traditions, I get why some ‘modern’ or anti-Greek people would (or might) send her.

So she is the best person to hold the flag of, probably, the proudest nation on earth, Greece? Really?

Thomas
Thomas
6 months ago
Reply to  Minerva

“Eradicate nations”
Calm it down.

Minerva
Minerva
6 months ago
Reply to  Thomas

Please read again what I wrote…

Oporcovo Førskoro
Oporcovo Førskoro
6 months ago
Reply to  Minerva

Spot on!

ESCFan2009
ESCFan2009
6 months ago

Sounds like we will get a modern, young, pop banger! And I am in it!

Erste Reihe beim ESC
Erste Reihe beim ESC
6 months ago
Reply to  ESCFan2009

me too – I think she will do a really good job for Greece.

Dave
Dave
6 months ago

Another victim of the DreamTeamMaffia. Yikes. See you in 2021, Greece.

Tom
Tom
6 months ago

Bring back Opa singer from 2010

dutchie
dutchie
6 months ago

Somehow the Greeks seem to think she’s a star in Holland and she has the Dutch televote sewn up, but apart from teenage girls I reckon nobody knows her. She’ll get some sympathy votes though.

jack
jack
6 months ago

Demy’s career hasnt recovered yet from the 2017 fiasco, dream team better have something good for this year.

esc1234
esc1234
6 months ago
Reply to  jack

Whenever Kontopoulos takes part for Greece writes the most unispiring,unoriginal and generic songs. I guess money are a motivating force….

EmilyG
EmilyG
6 months ago
Reply to  esc1234

Oh you Greeks complain all the time about everything. We are so fed up with this. It’s just a song contest. You have missed the final only twice and you never placed last thanks to Cyprus.
So please just shut up. Demy qualified and she came a decent 19th place.

esc1234
esc1234
6 months ago
Reply to  EmilyG

Who are you to tell me to shut up? I want the best for my country and yes 19th place is low for a country that was for almost 10 years in the top 10 and has a descent music industry. Spare me the lecture felicia

Emily
Emily
6 months ago
Reply to  esc1234

Being 19th among 43 countries is a very decent result; So stop complaining. No one owes to Greece a top 10 finish every year. Your diaspora was voting, as they did for Turkey, and that is why you always placed so high. Now with the juries they stopped voting.
Stefania is a beautiful powerful young singer with a great voice. She is very popular here with the teens. She has the strongest eurovision team working with her, so just enjoy the moment.

EmilyG
EmilyG
6 months ago
Reply to  esc1234

Being 19th out of 43 countries is a decent result.
You Greeks always think that someone owes you.
You have a great young powerful good looking singer representing you.You have the support of the strongest team of Eurovision, and you still complain.
Give us a break.

esc1234
esc1234
6 months ago
Reply to  EmilyG

Good job dowvoting me with your different mails looser

lol
lol
6 months ago
Reply to  esc1234

why does Greece “deserve” a top ten finish. they had a very good track record for many years but NEWSFLASH, that doesn’t last forever. Yall were placing top 10 every year in the early 2000s, we are now entering 2020 its a different time.

Eaftosmou Krymmenos
Eaftosmou Krymmenos
6 months ago
Reply to  lol

No one here claimed that Greece would “deserve” the top 10 every year but every Greek fan would wish for Greece to be top 1 (one) every year. So what? Come one! Wishing the best for one’s country isn’t something like claiming good results out of bad entries. Greece, actually, had enough very good ones which were underrated.

coca_cola
coca_cola
6 months ago

I think that if she keeps her teenage look (and they won’t try to turn her into a diva) and she sings a pop banger she can do VERY well.

Karlan
Karlan
6 months ago

Eurovision Song Contest tier falls down. Pink youngsters represents countries. Let it roll on JESC.

Esc1234
Esc1234
6 months ago

As a Greek, seeing another internal selection of an unknown singer is disappointing. There are many talented Greek singers that the Greek audience wants to represent us (Ian stratis, Melisses, vaggelis kakouriotis), but ERT keeps neglecting the most watched program on the Greek TV . It’s sad.

EmilyG
EmilyG
6 months ago
Reply to  Esc1234

Duncan was unknown here , he was internally selected and he won.

esc1234
esc1234
6 months ago
Reply to  EmilyG

comparing Duncan with an unknown girl without any studies in music is out of place.

Tom
Tom
6 months ago
Reply to  esc1234

She actually has a lot of experience, even though she is still this young. She has been performing in musicals and stuff, did the Voice kids, Junior Eurovision…

Alex
Alex
6 months ago
Reply to  EmilyG

Duncan was chosen with Arcade. It was not a blind pick. Song was already there and he wrote it.

Colin
Colin
6 months ago
Reply to  Esc1234

I’d like to see Greece broadening it’s selection process by involving the public. I get that countries like UK and Spain decided to go internal for a change. In the same way, I believe that Greece and Ireland could host a national final to try something new. I am positive that the Greek NF would have a lot of diverse music and that the people would be pleased to participate.

Mr X
Mr X
6 months ago
Reply to  Esc1234

Melisses would be great !

Mr X
Mr X
6 months ago
Reply to  Mr X

A rock group stiil is missing so far in the participants for Rotterdam. I don´t want that “celebrate diversity” is a only a farce. In my opinion are girls with 17 years too young for the stage of ESC. She should wait for a while.

Alex
Alex
6 months ago
Reply to  Esc1234

Melisses would be great agree. Greece has the most beautiful male voices in the world imo (along with that language) and we rarely see that at Esc. Only Loucas in 2011 as far I can remember. I also really loved the amazing Alcohol is free in 2013 xd.

Mr X
Mr X
6 months ago
Reply to  Alex

A lot of musical styles in Europe we haven´t seen patricipating at ESC yet. It´s a pity !

Mr X
Mr X
6 months ago
Reply to  Mr X

Because of this fact (there are still another…) I´m not keep on wondering that ESC has not the biggest reputation outside the fandom.

Minerva
Minerva
6 months ago
Reply to  Esc1234

A boy band would be great for change! The last time Greece sent a bunch of guys singing ‘Alcohol is free’ they did quite well….

esc1234
esc1234
6 months ago
Reply to  Minerva

actually the boyband One who represented Cyprus in 2002 send a song in ERT. But they have been inactive for many years, they couldnt represent a country

Reverb
Reverb
6 months ago
Reply to  Esc1234

I’m greek audience and don’t want either Ian, Melisses or Kakouriotis to represent me. Internal selection is the ONLY way for a broadcaster like ERT and they’ll keep doing it til they get it right. I don’t think this year will be a success but please spare us with the Ian or Melisses. There are people making great records in Greece and have no tv exposure. That’s were the talent is. A MAD TV hit does not a Eurovision song make.

Jørgen
Jørgen
6 months ago

Well i personally think that we are gonna see something nice and organized, but the point is if it’s gonna be something spectacular and smart ( song and presentation) or something that we’ve already seen…. i think the presentation is gonna be good concerning the fact Evagelinos will take care of it but i have some concerns about the song (hope it wan’t be like azerbaijan in 2018 or greece in 2017)….. If the song and the stage presentation has a 2020 vibe i think Greece will reach the top 10 considering the fact that they will get points for… Read more »

Mr X
Mr X
6 months ago

The last entry from Greece I really liked was in 2013 – funny and ethnic. The performance of Terzi was a disaster.

Malo
Malo
6 months ago
Reply to  Mr X

But did you like Terzi’s song?

NickC
NickC
6 months ago

I honestly hope the so called dream team redeem themselves after the 2017 fiasco…

coca_cola
coca_cola
6 months ago
Reply to  NickC

They came 3rd in 2019

NickC
NickC
6 months ago
Reply to  coca_cola

That was with Sergey + Kirkorov.

coca_cola
coca_cola
6 months ago
Reply to  NickC

They still came 3rd in 2019.

Ugnius
Ugnius
6 months ago
Reply to  coca_cola

‘Cause of the Russian diaspora, not because of Sergey or his song

coca_cola
coca_cola
6 months ago
Reply to  Ugnius

They still came 3rd in 2019

Mr X
Mr X
6 months ago
Reply to  NickC

I fear the greeks make the same mistakes just like Albania…..

Malo
Malo
6 months ago
Reply to  Mr X

RTSH does the same thing every year and expects a different result. It’s driving us Albanians insane. Greece last year had a great entry, good luck this year!

Marios
Marios
6 months ago

As a greek, I really don’t know what to think about it. It may be good, but it probably won’t. We’ll see

Héctor
Héctor
6 months ago

Sounds weak to me, but we all know you lose your s**t when an untempo act is revealed. This girl looks more prepared for the Junior, even her songs sound more junior than adult. But Greece may probably want to replicate Poland’s success in the Junior bringing a teenager and a pop song already rejected by a superstar or lost in a drawer. Though they are forgetting you can’t vote for yourself in the adult contest nor the Polish songs wouldn’t have been good enough to stand out in the adult.

This choice would be a mess, I think.

coca_cola
coca_cola
6 months ago
Reply to  Héctor

I agree that she looks too young, but having said that I believe that if they go all the way with the “teenage” thing it can work. It will look so bad if they try to make her look older than her actual age.

Makedonka
Makedonka
6 months ago

LOL. This is going to be so bad.

That guy
That guy
6 months ago

Yet Eleni Foureira was never selected. It just puzzles me that there is so much talent in Greek music but ERT doesn’t manage to take advantage of that. Are none of the popular Greek artist interested in ESC or is ERT that inept?

Erasmus
Erasmus
6 months ago

I wouldn’t mind her! She has the voice, stage presence, looks, she may lack experience but that isn’t that important… Would be better if she had a song with Alex P. though… usually not impressed with Dimitris’ songs

MariaD
MariaD
6 months ago
Reply to  Erasmus

Kontopoulos is far more talanted and experienced that Alex P that can only serve one genre

Mr X
Mr X
6 months ago
Reply to  MariaD

I don´t like Kontopoulos – he only wrote the typical mainstream for ESC.

MariaD
MariaD
6 months ago
Reply to  Mr X

No he didn’t. He has written from amazing uptempo tracks like Shady Lady (Ukr 2008) and You are the only one (Rus 2016) to emotional ballads like “hold me” (Aze 2013) and cinematic songs like Work your magic (Bel 2007) and Scream (Rus2016). So he can be very good in almost everything.

MadProffesor
MadProffesor
6 months ago
Reply to  MariaD

Average in everything you mean

Reverb
Reverb
6 months ago
Reply to  MariaD

Kontopoulos is a tired ass composer that is full of himself and has no idea about where pop music is going today. Snap out of it!

Erste Reihe beim ESC
Erste Reihe beim ESC
6 months ago

I like it – she is really good. Hope that Belarus will send Helena Meraai (JESC 2017) to ESC 2020 then too.

Sam
Sam
6 months ago

Terzi’s song was great but the staging ruined it.
Duska’s song brought something different for Greece and yet she didn’t manage to grab people’s attention.
There’s something wrong with Greece in the last editions of ESC… And the solution cannot be coming back to the 00s style. They have to explore something different following Bulgaria’s example.

Esc1234
Esc1234
6 months ago
Reply to  Sam

That requires people in charge who love the contest. Sadly, this isn’t the case.

Malo
Malo
6 months ago
Reply to  Sam

Duska deserved so much more. Results wise I mean, cause her song was great.

VlaD
VlaD
6 months ago

Is Kirkorov involved in this? As a team (including Kirkorov) they never missed top 10.
They have 8 out of 8 top 10 placing a in the final

RoboESC
RoboESC
6 months ago

I like the idea, but I think It’s a year or two to early for this girl

Lisianthus
Lisianthus
6 months ago
Reply to  RoboESC

I agree, whenever a Junior Eurovision star turns 16, people want them to go to Eurovision, but 16 or 17 is pretty young. They’ll be more ready once they’re 18-20 years old.

Paulina
Paulina
6 months ago

Good choice, i hope they will send greek song. The vibe like number one that won.

Mr X
Mr X
6 months ago
Reply to  Paulina

There´s rumour that ERT want to send a Greek song to Rotterdam. I hope they will confirm it soon.

Dani
Dani
6 months ago

Greece in recent years;
2015: 19th
2016: NQ
2017: 20th
2018: NQ
2019: 21st
2020: NQ?

It honestly looks likely to happen because I feel like she’s gonna end up having some lame pop song as This Is Love or X My Heart.

coca_cola
coca_cola
6 months ago
Reply to  Dani

IN 2017 Greece was 19th not 20th.

Sasko
Sasko
6 months ago
Reply to  coca_cola

They didn’t even deserve to qualify with that song and the horrendous performance. -_-

Chris
Chris
6 months ago

The problem in sending someone who is not well known in the country he/she is representing is that people are not that interested in the competition. Same goes for Cyprus with Sandro. Hope she has a good song but this is not very promising.

nene
nene
6 months ago
Reply to  Chris

Duncan wasn’t well known in the netherlands either and he won

Roo
Roo
6 months ago
Reply to  nene

That is true Duncan was an unknown but he is native Dutch which meant that the Dutch could get really excited for the win.

That’s the point about Chris’s comment. The home audience has to be excited to.

I’m sure Cyprus will do well with Sandro but currently he is doing the rounds saying how much he loves Cyprus.

LoveWave
6 months ago

Guys I have information for the song! Do not be prejudiced! That is all i am gonna say…!

Jessey
Jessey
6 months ago
Reply to  LoveWave

What for information can you tell me something

LoveWave
6 months ago
Reply to  Jessey

The only thing I can say is that this year Greece will zip lots of mouths! We will see the Greece strong like the ’00s!

Manuel Treill
Manuel Treill
6 months ago
Reply to  LoveWave

I’m getting more 2017 vibes from this than 00s. And even if it is like in the 00s, we are entering A. WHOLE.NEW.DECADE. we totally should leave the 00s back where they belong.

LoveWave
6 months ago
Reply to  Manuel Treill

Saying 00s I do not mean the style of those songs! I mean the places that Greece took! ERT and her team have worked really well! Do not worry she will answer to all of you with her song!

esc1234
esc1234
6 months ago
Reply to  LoveWave

It doesnt matter. Terzi had a great song and she was terrible on stage.

Roelof Meesters
Roelof Meesters
6 months ago

I hope she doesn’t have the ‘Dream Team’ behind her, almost all of their entries are dated pop, Greece 2017 being a prime example of ruining a great artist with a tacky and dated song.

Ixuxu
Ixuxu
6 months ago

She will have “Dream Team”.

coca_cola
coca_cola
6 months ago

and 2019 was an example of the brilliant way an artist should come back.

Malo
Malo
6 months ago
Reply to  coca_cola

Sergey in 2019 wanted to win, not the 3rd place again. If he had placed badly in 2016, then 2019 would be a brilliant way an artist should come back. Helena was brilliant. 3rd in 2001 and then 1st in 2005

coca_cola
coca_cola
6 months ago

With a nice pop song and good fresh staging she can easily bring Greece at top 10

M_K
M_K
6 months ago

Nah, everything I can see and hear up there feels a bit random and humdrum. Stefania is probably a nice young lady, but so far I can’t see anything interesting (let alone breathtaking) in her œuvre.

Mr X
Mr X
6 months ago

Not another “nice pop song” like already other countries do, please. There aren´t real alternate acts than the usual starlets from JESC or diverse casting shows, it´s enough. Greece has a interesting music scene far away from this….. I prefer an entry in greek language this time.

VlaD
VlaD
6 months ago
Reply to  Mr X

Greece didn’t qualify in 2016 and 2018 with the type of songs you describe.

Mr X
Mr X
6 months ago
Reply to  VlaD

but 2017 and 2019 was also disappointed…..

Campbell Grace
Campbell Grace
6 months ago
Reply to  Mr X

2017 was bad… Demy deserved a better selection of songs. Katerine had a good song and the staging was one of the best last year, she deserved better from the public and juries in general.

Lisianthus
Lisianthus
6 months ago
Reply to  Campbell Grace

Katerine’s song was great, but her vocals weren’t. Those vocals really cost her points. She can sing better than that.

VlaD
VlaD
6 months ago

Greece with a nice pop song can do really well. I think that most countries will try something unusual so an honest POP song will do really well.

Campbell Grace
Campbell Grace
6 months ago

Her song Turn Around is cute but I hope if she goes with something else it isn’t involving the dream team…

Azaad
Azaad
6 months ago

Would be a decent choice but ERT could aim higher. Also in 2020 wouldn’t Stefania want to compete for the country that gives her a direct spot in the final? And unlike a usual diaspora pick like Helena or Iveta she’s more famous in her adopted country.

LoveWave
6 months ago
Reply to  Azaad

And that is why she goes with Greece! To get votes from the other countries! Besides her roots are Greek! Good luck Stef!

Frisian esc
Frisian esc
6 months ago
Reply to  Azaad

I’m sure she’d like to represent the netherlands but it’s unlikely that avrotros would internally select her.