Eurovision Titbits: Antique reunite and Leonora goes for ballet

It’s been a curious week for our Eurovision stars. They’ve been sharing their experiences and day to day life on social media, so here we dive into the wonderful world of titbits. What have they been up to lately?

Well, we know people have been meeting up – stars from today and acts from the past. It’s also been the week for shows and rehearsals, so let’s see what they’ve done! Click through the pages below to find out our favourite titbits of the past week!

Chingiz meets Mahmood

Don’t you just love it when Eurovision stars start bonding? During their postcard shooting in Tel Aviv, the Azerbaijani and Italian entrants met up. Chingiz and Mahmood seemed to get along really well and they even did tiny covers of each other’s songs.

After exploring Tel Aviv together for some sightseeing, the duo also went to nearby Ramat Gan to see more of Israel. Below you can check out the video of Chingiz doing “Soldi” and Mahmood covering “Truth”!

A blast from the antique past

Besides the meeting of two new stars, we also saw two old friends coming back together this week. Helena Paparizou and Nikos Panagiotidis captured their moment on Instagram when they caught up in Gothenburg, Sweden.

It was exactly twenty years after the duo first worked together as Antique. Their “Opa Opa” came out in 1999 and saw them gain success, which led to a Eurovision adventure in 2001. After splitting up in 2003, Helena’s solo career took off to enormous heights, also winning the Eurovision Song Contest in 2005 with “My Number One” for Greece.

Just meeting with an old friend, then? Nope! In her Instagram post, the Greek diva teased that ‘plans for the future’ had been made. Who’s up for an Antique reunion then?
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Nick van Lith

I'm one of the founding members of Eleven years after the start, I'm proud to say that I am now the Editor-in-Chief of this wonderful website. When I'm not doing Eurovision stuff, you should be able to find me teaching German to kids... And cheering on everything and everyone Greek, pretty much. Pame Ellada!

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