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🇬🇷 Greece: No announcement earlier than end of January, more details regarding Stefania’s proposed entry emerge

One of the biggest sagas during the pre-season for the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest has been the internal selection of the Greek entry which is widely expected to be former Junior Eurovision star Stefania. OGAE Greece has reported that ERT will not make an announcement regarding their selected artist until either the end of January or the beginning of February.

The “Scream” team!

It had previously been reported that Stefania had been working with Dimitris Kontopoulos on her proposed entry, and EurovisionFun now reports that Sharon Vaughn is the lyricist of the submitted song. Vaughn most recently teamed up with Kontopoulos on Sergey Lazarev’s 2019 Eurovision entry “Scream”.

“Will impress the audience and the jury”

With some people believing the title of the song could be “Super Woman”, EurovisionFun has given us a description of the song in question (translated from Greek):

The song is a dance-pop song with a rap beat. It is in western style but incoporates the Greek sound in its instrumentation as it includes musical instruments such as the continental bagpipe, the zurnas and the violin. The mixing is achieved in a modern way so don’t expect to hear a track like “My Number One” or “OPA”!

The song has an impressive bridge with percussion and contains a rather demanding note for the performer which will impress both the audience and the jury.

Giannis Argyriou (EurovisionFun)

Final decision due tomorrow

Stefania and Kontopoulos have also prepared a second song to ERT for discussion, however, it is widely believed that all parties will prefer the song described above.

ERT and the Committee in charge of the Greek Eurovision entry are expected to make the final decision during a board meeting tomorrow. According to OGAE Greece, this decision will be made public in two to three weeks time.

Are you hoping that Greece will select Stefania to perform in Rotterdam? Let us know @ESCXTRA!

Ryan Cobb

My first memory of watching the Eurovision Song Contest was back in 2001 and, over the years, my passion and enthusiasm for the contest has very much turned into an obsession. I adore music and I love geography, so this contest is a natural fit for me. If la la loving Eurovision was a crime, I'd certainly be a criminal!

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