She’s the 17-year-old star who Greece handpicked for Eurovision 2020. And while she’ll have to wait another year to take her turn on that vast stage, Stefania has been keeping busy by making an unplugged version of her 2020 song “Superg!rl”. This also serves as her first live performance of the upbeat and uplifting pop number.

Stefania has done so as part of #Qsessions — an initiative from Greek songwriter and producer Dimitris Kontopoulos. Q, of course, is for quarantine. The maestro behind some of our favourite Eurovision hits wants to keep y’all entertained during lockdown, so he’s been collaborating with some of his beloved Eurovision alums and, in the case of Stefania, a soon-to-be ESC darling.

Writing on Instagram, Stefania said: “Thank you @dimitriskontopoulos for inviting me to your #Qsessions. I would have never imagined that the first time I would sing SUPERG!RL live would be under these circumstances! But don’t forget… ‘nothing can stop us, nothing can hold us down’ #Supergirl #Eurovision #Greece @eurovisionERT @arcade.music @sharon_vaughn.”

Stefania sings “Superg!rl” acoustic version

The video sees Dimitris performing on the keyboard, while a guitarist strums alongside his pooch. Meanwhile, young Stefania — shimmering in purple — delivers angelic vocals. Flowing from deep verses to soaring chorus, she shows that she’s got the chops to tackle this song — and whatever she dreams up for the next edition of Eurovision.

Demy (Greece 2017)

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Q session 2 @demy_official @nikos_moraitis

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“Poses Hiliades Kalokairia” was the second extended play by Greek singer Demy, who you’ll remember from Eurovision 2017 in Kyiv.

Both the album and the single topped the Greek Albums Chart. Some of you may also have twerked to the dance remix, which is most definitely on our playlists.

Sakis Rouvas (Greece 2004 and 2009)

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Q session 1 @sakisrouvas @vickygerothodorou

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Sakis Rouvas — one of the few Eurovision artists to have performed at Eurovision multiple times and serve as host — proves that he’s much more than a pop star.

In this performance he lets the emotions flow while he hits each and every note. At times his eyes are shut and he is lost in the moment. 12 points to you Sakis!

What do you think of Stefania’s live performance? Are you loving it as much as us? Shout out your thoughts down below!

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Marimariana
Marimariana
8 months ago

It bothers me so much that she won’t be able to perform this at Eurovision. The live performance would’ve elevated the whole song and possibly made this a dark horse in the contest.

ESCFan2009
ESCFan2009
8 months ago

Great vocals! “There’s no wonder it takes a woman to be a hero more than a human” <3

ANDREW BROWN
ANDREW BROWN
8 months ago

Very impressed with these live vocals

Pluma
Pluma
8 months ago

Maravillosa

EmilyG
EmilyG
8 months ago

She would have done very well. I wish she will find another great song for next year.

Mariko
Mariko
8 months ago

Wow her voice can go so low! I’m so impressed.

Erasmus
Erasmus
8 months ago

Don’t want him to be the songwriter for, hope they get Alex P., I really missed a bop from him this year!

Erasmus
Erasmus
8 months ago
Reply to  Erasmus

she deserves better since she has all to be a superstar, at least in Greece and the Netherlands.

EmilyG
EmilyG
8 months ago
Reply to  Erasmus

OMG NOOO!! She deserves something much better than Fuego V3 that Alex P would write for her

Erasmus
Erasmus
8 months ago
Reply to  EmilyG

I mean I’d prefer Alex P. to Dimitris all the way!

EmilyG
EmilyG
8 months ago
Reply to  Erasmus

No way! Dimitris gave her a great song this year. Alex P would have given her a Fuego v3

Erasmus
Erasmus
8 months ago
Reply to  EmilyG

Dimitris writes dated songs, Superg!rl is one of his better efforts, but not something to be deserved of hype. Replay and Fuego are way better than Superg!rl

EmilyG
EmilyG
8 months ago
Reply to  Erasmus

“Dated” is a term fans that listen to nothing else than esc songs have invented.
He had the talent of composing great songs , from different genre and the most important from all to have GREAT results.

GiannisT
GiannisT
8 months ago
Reply to  Erasmus

@erasmus How can you even compare supergirl with replay???? Replay was an unoriginal song with terrible lyrics , a much worst version of Fuego . We were waiting for Tamta to go to Eurovision for years and this song was a huge disappointment.
Supergirl was way more interesting both in its melody and lyrics.

Erasmus
Erasmus
8 months ago
Reply to  GiannisT

maybe it was more interesting, but more dated as well! 🙂 It’s not a bad song, I just think Greece can do much better

EmilyG
EmilyG
8 months ago
Reply to  Erasmus

Suprgirl is “dated??????????????????????????????????? You urgently need to update your spotify lists.

coca_cola
coca_cola
8 months ago

WOW that high note!

VlaD
VlaD
8 months ago

She has a very powerful voice. Lets hope she will have another great song next year.

Jørgen
Jørgen
8 months ago

Wow her voice here is better than the studio version….. Hope she gets a good ethnic pop song next year… She is so fresh and talented!

Tom
Tom
8 months ago

The acoustic version is better than the studio version imo