Tel Aviv 2019

#Proud! Tamara Todevska to reveal her Eurovision 2019 entry on March 4th!

A Mother's Love!

The Macedonian Eurovision representative this year, Tamara Todevska, has revealed that her Eurovision entry for Tel Aviv will be released in exactly two weeks time, on March 4th!

The the young mother of two will dedicate her song and performance to her daughter, Hana. Empowering individuality and creativity, Tamara’s years of experience on the music scene will certainly come in handy for this project.

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The Macedonian Eurovision entry is being written and produced by three authors. Robert Bilbilov, Darko Dimitrov and Lazar Cvetkovski will all sign their name to Tamara’s Eurovision entry this year.

The delegation has been putting all their focus on recording and finalizing the arrangement of “Proud” in the last few weeks. However, Tamara decided to keep us out of the suspense by posting about what the song is all about on her social media.

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Hello, When one month ago, I got the invitation to represent my country at the Eurovision Song Content in Tel Aviv, (aside from my enthusiastic and happy YES 😁), the first thing that popped up in my mind was, what will be the purpose of my participation at the contest? What is it that I want to say? What is it that I want to share with the world? You see, for me, Eurovision has never been about entering the finals, being in the top 10 or even winning. Eurovision, to me, has always been so much more than that! Eurovision is about accepting the different, defying the norms and being proud of who you are, just the way you are. Eurovision is that one night in the year when the entire continent comes together to celebrate boldness, bravery and individuality! It is the place where being different means being PROUD. I am a mother of two: a three-year-old girl and a three-month-old boy. I know it sounds like a cliché, but they truly changed my life and I feel, both, as a mother and as a parent, that it is my responsibility and OUR responsibility to bring positive change to our children's lives. My whole life I have been told that I wasn’t girly enough, good enough, that I walked and acted like a man. Lower your head, put something sexy on, no one cares what you really think, they would say. You see, in their minds, I was just another lost girl. Today, as I look at my daughter, I want her to grow up in a world where people will not judge her, tell her how to act, smile and move. I want her to know that she doesn’t have to follow the rules to be accepted. I want her to be whoever she wants to be and most importantly, be proud of who she is. That’s the least I can do for her. I am proud to say that on the 16th of May I will dedicate my song to my daughter and sing for everyone out there who has been told to always lower their heads and follow strict rules. On May 16th, we will break the rules and at least for one night in the year, we will show the world that I AM PROUD is always stronger than their YOU WILL NEVER BE GOOD ENOUGH! You will ALWAYS be good enough! See you in Tel Aviv! ❤ Tamara #proud #teamtamara #eurovision2019 #daretodream

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You can read more about what Tamara had to say about her expectations from Eurovision, her sisterand going as a solo vocalist in Tel Aviv, here.

Tamara Todevska at Eurovision

Despite not being her first shot at representing her country, it is her first attempt as a solo artist.

is best Being somewhat an Eurovision veteran, Tamara is best known to the Eurovision fans as Tose Proevski’s and Tijana’s backing vocalist in 2004 and 2014.

However, her first experience in the spotlight is in 2008 with “Let Me Love You” featuring Vrcak and Adrian. Just narrowly missing out on the final despite finishing 10th overall in their semi.

Are you excited about Tamara’s comeback? What do you think about the song title? Do you think “Proud” would be a ballad? Maybe an uptempo song? What do you think of her previous Eurovision entry?


Tamara Todevska joins the Escxtra stream back in 2014


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