Hello there Nicolas, welcome to ESCUnited! How are you doing today?

I’m doing fine, in general a bit nervous because the day of the show is coming closer but I am extremely happy.

Let’s help our readers get to know you a bit better. What is one thing people might be surprised to learn about you?

I always get a bit nervous before singing on stage, but while I sing I like to think that I transform myself and all my nerves go away.

You’ve got a very distinctive voice with tons of versatility due to your range, tone, and vocal growl. How did you first learn that you had this unique gift to be a singer and performer?

When I was younger I loved (and still do) to sing in front of friends and family and “broadcast” my emotions through song and music.

You were selected to go to Junior Eurovision due to your participation in The Voice Kids: Portugal – what was the greatest thing you learned about yourself as an artist throughout the competition?

The greatest thing I learned from the voice kids about myself as an artist was that being different makes you unique and stand out.

Now your song was co-written by your coach from the Voice Kids: Portugal and former Festival da Canção contestant Carolina Deslandes as well as Portuguese singer and composer Agir. What was it like to work alongside them on your entry? 

It was an absolutely incredible experience seeing as how they are both extremely talented artists and I knew that the end result would be amazing (and it is)!

Speaking of your entry, what message do you hope “Anos 70” conveys to the global audience?

The main message that I hope my song “Anos 70” conveys to the global audience is that you don’t have to change the way you are just because of what others think, just be yourself and people will love for who you are.

Now that you’ve crossed Junior Eurovision off your list, what do you hope to accomplish next in life?

I hope that after all of this, I will be singing on the world’s biggest stages in front of thousands of people, but most importantly that I will continue to be happy and enjoy the special moments I hope to have with my friends and family.

In closing, do you have a final message you’d like to share with the ESCUnited readers?

Firstly I would like to thank all the people who love and support my song “Anos 70” and me as an artist in general. Lastly, I would really appreciate it if you vote for my song.

 

Nicolas will compete alongside 15 other countries on December 11th with her song “Anos 70”. Remember that you can support him in the online televote starting on December 9th at 20:00 PM CET!

Are #YOU rooting for Nicolas and Portugal in Yerevan? Let us know on social media @ESCUnited, on our discord, or on our forum page!

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