The Public TV of Armenia has launched a series of Eurovision diaries named “Destination Eurovision”. The series will focus on Rosa Linn – Armenia’s representative to the Eurovision – telling her story, selection, preparations for her performance in the contest and promo tours. Please find attached the link to the first episode on Rosa’s background hometown Vanadzor. The new series will be uploaded to the same playlist. The video has English subtitles.
The representative of the United Kingdom, Sam Ryder, was today invited to the Scott Mills radio show on BBC Radio 1, “Your Lyrics, Different Song”, giving a different interpretation of SPACE MAN. Specifically, the singer adapted the lyrics of his participation in the music of Maneskin’s song, I Wanna Be Your Slave.
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Through ERT’s Studio 4 show, we had the opportunity to enjoy the Greek representative, Amanda Georgiadis, interpreting this year’s participation of our country in the 66th Eurovision song contest, “Die Together”. Amanda, accompanied by her fellow students from the Medical School, presented an audio version of “Die Together”.
Ukrainian band, Kalush Orchestra, has confirmed their participation in the upcoming Eurovision pre-party in Amsterdam. They were the 28th and final act to be revealed as attending the pre-party.
The 2022 Montenegrin Eurovision hopeful, Vladana, has released the Italian version of her Eurovision entry ‘Breathe’ aka ‘Respira’.
Polish-American singer Krystian Ochman has performed “River”, among other songs, for the listeners of Radio ZET. You can watch his performance below, which also includes covers of “Światłocienie”, “Wielkie Tytuły”, and “King of Everything”.
The three-minute version of the Italian entry, Brividi, was released a while ago, as its initial duration exceeded the limit of three minutes allowed by the EBU for each song competing in Eurovision. The host country, Italy, was drawn 9th in the grand final of the competition on May 14th.
FLASH FROM THE PAST
Stefania gave an interview on the morning show of MEGA, Pame Danai, where she talked about our representative this year, Amanda, about whether she would go to Eurovision again, but also about her next professional plans.
“I met Amanda today. It’s fantastic. It will go very well. I told her not to have stress on stage, to be comfortable, to do what she wants and to have a lot of fun. […] I would go to Eurovision again. If they want me, call me… […] In the Netherlands I’m now doing a music show and preparing a film for Netflix that will be released at the end of the year, which will be in Dutch, Greek, English and German. […] I am also preparing a song in Greek, which is fantastic. I do not know when it will be released. Tomorrow we start shooting here in Athens. That’s why I came.”