Sophie Gelovani and Nodi Tatishvili are representing Georgia this year with Waterfall, a heart-warming ballad written by the 2012 Eurovision winning composer, Thomas G:son.
WHAT WE LIKED
whats we liked in this entry is the quality of the song, the superb vocal performances and the professional stage presentation which is kinda static but safe. good order of appearance will also help them qualify to the final for sure. After all it’s Thomas G:son song, can they miss th final?
WHAT WE DISLIKED
I really don’t like the way the promo of Georgia, as they think that we have to pay attention to them from morning to night. I don’t also like the way that Swedish organizers are boosting and helping extra this entry somehow. But in the overall I can see it in the final.
INFORMATION ABOUT GEORGIA
Sophie Gelovani was born on March 21st, 1984. She studied piano at the Musical School. In 2005, she graduated from the Ilia Chavchavadze State University, Faculty of International Relations, and afterwards she studied at the Musical School named after Zakaria Paliashvili. Today she is a teacher in the Musical School named after Iakob Gogebashvili.
Nodi Tatishvili was born on November 5th, 1986. He graduated from Tbilisi Musical School and Georgia’s Technical University, faculty of Public Administration. In 2011, he graduated from the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance at Burlington School in London.
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