Following the cancellation of Eurovision last year, the majority of the class of 2020 received the comeback ticket to sing again at Eurovision 2021. A massive 26 artists will return to represent their countries at the contest this year. But as per the standard Eurovision rules, they’ve all got new songs.
And so, the comparisons begin. We’re running a series of polls to find out from our readers — do you prefer the returning acts’ 2020 or 2021 songs?
Today, we want to hear your opinions about Greece. Junior Eurovision star Stefania was set to sing “SUPERG!RL” at Eurovision 2020. This year, she’s going back to Rotterdam with “Last Dance”. Two years, two songs. But which is better? Vote now in our poll battle!
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“SUPERG!RL” (Greece 2020)
Greek broadcaster ERT internally selected Stefania to represent Greece at Eurovision 2020. She previously appeared at Junior Eurovision 2016, representing The Netherlands as part of Kisses. Her song for Rotterdam last year, “SUPERG!RL”, was a pop song about a girl with powers, trying to make it by in this crazy world of ours. The Wiwi Jury — our in-house panel of music unprofessionals — awarded Stefania an average score of 6.48/10.
“There’s something here that’s slightly lacking”, said wiwiblogger Jonathan. “In a way, the song is maybe too reliant on the instrumental section, with Stefania almost playing second fiddle during the chorus. It’s not a bad song by any means and I enjoy listening to it, but Stefania should be the star in centre stage.”
“Last Dance” (Greece 2021)
“Last Dance” is a more mature offering from Stefania, showcasing her growth as an artist.
It’s 1980s disco reinvented, somewhere between the musical stylings of Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Dua Lipa.
Poll battle — Greece: Which Stefania song is your favourite?
In this poll, you can only choose one song as your favourite. And as always, you can only vote once — so make it count. Let the battle begin!
Which song did you vote for? How does “SUPERG!RL” compare to “Last Dance”? Sound off in the comments below.