As the contest in Kyiv rumbles on, news has started to trickle in regarding next year’s contest in an as-yet unknown location. Cyprus has now confirmed their participation in next year’s contest and has confirmed that they will return to a national selection show for the first time since their return in 2015.

The Eurovision Song Project helped to pick Cyprus’ returning entry for Vienna, with Giannis Karagiannis’ “One Thing I Should Have Done” winning the final of the lengthy procedure. Interestingly, both Minus One (2016) and Hovig (2017) reached the final of that edition, finishing 3rd and 4th respectively.

The news was confirmed in Hovig’s press conference earlier this week.

It is currently unclear what format of selection Cyprus will use but we imagine it will be similar to the Eurovision Song Project from 2015.

Who would #YOU like to see sing for Cyprus in 2018? Share your thoughts with us!

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