If you follow Silia Kapsis on social media — and we know that you do — then you’ve definitely seen her burn the stage with her dance moves. Well much of her choreography has flowed straight from Los Angeles, where she’s trained and worked with sought-after choreographers Kelly Sweeney and Guy Groove. So it’s only fitting that Cyprus has today confirmed that Silia will work with Kelly and Guy on the road to Eurovision 2024 in Malmö.

Silia Kapsis confirms choreographers Kelly Sweeney and Guy Groove for Eurovision 2024

Kelly Sweeney is a professional dancer and choreographer with an impressive track record of collaborations. She was lead choreographer for NBC’s Dancing with Myself with Shakira, Nick Jonas, and Liza Koshy, Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance and ABC’s Dancing With the Stars, and for the Troll Movie by Dreamworks.

Guy Groove is a professional choreographer, dancer, teacher and creative director whose acclaimed career includes TV shows such as The Middle, The Goldbergs and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. He has also choreographed for Nickelodeon’s JoJo Siwa, and worked on The Kids Choice Awards, Slime Fest, Halo Awards, Live with Kelly and Ryan, and many other major performances for major shows.

 
 
 
 
 
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Max
Max
3 months ago

Will she be singing?

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  Max

well she is a singer so yes

with her beautifully fabricated vocals

Bettie
Bettie
3 months ago

I’m not into dancebreaks, imo they are a bit cheap. Chanel was another level, but most of the time they only take the attention away of mediocre singing qualities, like Noa’s ‘s last year. Let’s not forget it’s a SONG-contest

Atlas
Atlas
3 months ago
Reply to  Bettie

Totally agree. It worked for Chanel, but these other performers need to realize they are NOT Chanel

Iván el Conquistador
Iván el Conquistador
3 months ago

Perhaps it is time for Cyprus for trying something different. The Fuego formula won’t work forever, and there are evidences: Andromache didn’t qualify and Andrew Lambrou did.

CatcoolH
CatcoolH
3 months ago

Ela wasn’t like Fuego at all

Essie
Essie
3 months ago

Guy Groove is a most excellent name for a dancer / choreographer

Lawrence Gibb
Lawrence Gibb
3 months ago
Reply to  Essie

?

Green
Green
3 months ago

Idk if im the only one who feels like this, but unless you Can Dance like Chanel you shouldnt have choreography in your performance. I just Think of acts like Cyprus 2021 or Bulgaria 2016 and how Akward the choreo looked

Green
Green
3 months ago
Reply to  Green

Altho Silia does look like she is a very talented dancer

Jo.
Jo.
3 months ago
Reply to  Green

Cyprus 2021 was excellent

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  Green

Bulgaria 2016 didn’t look awkward, don’t say nasty things about our queenie Poli

Steven
Steven
3 months ago

The date of this one is already decided. Generic style, not a powerful voice, pretty teen like pop, overall she will be in the final, and finish mid table, 14/15th. Way too predictable.

Steven
Steven
3 months ago
Reply to  Steven

The fate+

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago

Winner incoming i think, Cyprus exactly know what the people love

Noam600
Noam600
3 months ago

Noa Kirel 2.0 is coming….

Bettie
Bettie
3 months ago
Reply to  Noam600

Unfortunately?

Noam600
Noam600
3 months ago
Reply to  Bettie

Not at all… the other way around…

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago

Cyprus loves the choreographed acts, doesn’t it?
Will she match or overpass Eleni’s result which is very VERY difficult (it means winner or runner-up) and become an Esc legend as Mrs Foureira…why not, will she get the same fate as Tamta or Elena Tsagrinou maybe…. or will she break this Cyprus top 10 curse since Eleni…so much interesting questions but it means they already have the song if they have chosen the official choreographers…hmm ok so please don’t make us wait too long Cyprus pleaaase.