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Mikolas Josef teases new version of “Lie To Me”

Mikolas Josef was selected as the Czech representative back in January and since then, his entry ‘Lie To Me’ has been creeping up massively in people’s charts as well as in the bookmakers list of potential winners. The 22 year old has now teased on social media that we can expect a new version of the song very soon!

A fellow 2018 artist joins fans in excitement

Yesterday evening, Mikolas took to Twitter to reveal that he had arrived back from Vienna with a completed new version of his Eurovision entry ‘Lie To Me’. A new version of the track had been expected, with the original version containing lyrics which do not comply with EBU rules due to some minor explicit language being used.

Fans responded to the tweet in anticipation for the new mix, with one in particular coming from this year’s Belarussian representative, ALEKSEEV who reacted with excitement at the news of a new version.

Meanwhile, other twitter users are equally as excited:

The pair will no doubt be seeing a lot of each other at the contest as they have both been drawn to perform in the first half of the first semi final which takes place on Tuesday 8th May.


Czech Republic confirmed for London ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง

Mikolas is the latest name confirmed to be performing at this year’s London Eurovision Party which will once again take place at the Cafรฉ de Paris in Leicester Square on Thursday 5th April.

While initial tickets for the event sold out in under 10 minutes, we’re hoping to release some more from our production hold shortly before the event, so do keep an eye on both londoneurovision.com and ESCXTRA.com for updates.


Let us know your thoughts

Are you looking forward to the new version of ‘Lie To Me’? Let us know in the comments or by tweeting us @ESCXTRA on Twitter.

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