Greece in preselection period for Belgrade


Kalomoira Saranti, Kostas Martakis and Chryspa will fight for this year’s ticket to the Eurovision Song Contest. All of them are young and sexy and yearn to go to Belgrade. The Greek audience must choose among three very charming and above all talented artists, which is never an easy choice.

Chryspa’s (aka XRISPA) most popular song last year was “Mou Kanei Plaka O Theos” (God Must be Kidding Me). She’s only 22 and has already gained the notable experience of releasing three albums. She performs mainly traditional and popular Greek songs.

Kalomoira has the same prominent number of albums – already three for her 22 years. She often sings traditional Greek music, although she experiments with popular world hits as well.

23-year-old Kostas comes from the catwalk. He started his artistic career as a fashion model, but was soon tempted by the music stage. He’s released one album so far. A true lyrical artist, for sure appealing to ladies of all ages.

The National Final is scheduled for Wednesday, February 27, a bit earlier than last year, and will be held at the Athinon Arena. This is exactly where last year Sarbel came, said “Yassou, Maria” and won himself the chance to represent Greece in Helsinki last spring.


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