Utrecht, 10 March 2021
Dutch-Greek teenstar Stefania Liberakakis has unveiled her entry the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest. The song “Last dance” will be released at 19:00 GMT on YouTube, but the video is exclusively available on the Greek broadcaster’s website HERE.
Stefania is no stranger to the Eurovision Song Contest. In 2016, the juvenile singer represented the Netherlands in the Junior Song Contest as a member of the girl group Kisses. Refresh your memory by listening to their song “Kisses and dancin'” below.
Last year, Stefania was supposed to represent the hellenic state with the song “Superg!rl”, a composition by Dimitris Kontopoulos. Kontopoulos is a dear friend of Philipp Kirkorov (the famous Bulgarian-Russian composer) and a member of his “Dream Team”. Their most famous collaboration is “Shady Lady” by Ani Lorak (Ukraine 2008, 2nd place). The pair is also behind Moldova’s entry for this contest, “Sugar” performed by Natalia Gordienko.
Listen to “Superg!rl” here:
Kontopoulos was also the chief composer of Stefania’s newest song, “Last Dance”, and was behind several recent Eurovision entries, such as “Scream” by Sergey Lazarev, and “X my heart” by Aisel.
Greece is set to compete in the first half of the second semifinal, on 20 May 2021. There, they’ll face competition from San Marino, Serbia and Moldova, amongst others.
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