GREECE – The song with which Stefania Lymperakaki would represent Greece in the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest has now a dance remix. This afternoon the song SUPERG!RL released in a dance remix, marking the summer mood starting all over Europe.
The 2020 Greek Eurovision entry was highly ignored by betting offices, fan polls and European preview shows and it was clear that unless there were a stunning stage presentation and a superb vocal performance, that song couldn’t stand a chance in Eurovision 2020.
But, Stefania and her team have now a second chance. ERT confirmed Stefania for 2021 Eurovision edition with her team (led by Dimitris Kontopoulos). In the meantime now you have another reason to listen to the Greek entry and dance with it (for those who liked it, anyway).
Shortly after Stefania turned 10, she convinced her parents to apply, on her behalf, for the acclaimed TV show The Voice Kids, where she made it through the audition stage. After The Voice Kids, she became a member of the established children Choir, Kinderen voor Kinderen.
In 2016 she was chosen by an internal committee to represent the Netherlands in the Eurovision Junior Contest in Valletta as part of the girl-band, Kisses. The group performed the song Kisses and Dancin, managing to secure 8th place.
In 2018, Stefania released her first solo single, Stupid Reasons, which reached the top spot in the Kids Top 20. In 2019, she released 3 new singles: Wonder, I Am Sorry and Turn Around.
That same year, Stefania broke into the Greek market at the MAD VMA Awards where she performed a cover of the song Con Calma. Since 2018, the multi-talented artist has taken part in 3 Dutch movies and acts as the lead in the well-known teenage series, Brugklas.