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Eurovision 2023: Who is representing Greece, Cyprus and Australia?

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The Eurovision song contest is back and it promises to give its fans another night to remember. This year, the contest will be held in Liverpool, the United Kingdom.

The theme is ‘United By Music’ and the two semi finals, as well as the grand final, will take place as follows: Semi-final 1 on May 9, Semi-final 2 on May 11 and Grand Final on May 13.

The Greek Herald is talking a look at this year’s entries for Greece, Cyprus and Australia.

Greece: Victor Vernicos will sing What they say’

Victor Vernicos: Photo: Corinne Cumming / EBU

After Amanda Georgiadis Tenfjord entered Eurovision last year singing Die Together, Greece returns to the stage with the youngest-ever singer to represent the country.

16-year-old Victor Vernicos will sing What they say for the competition. The song will see him combining both his vocal power and some great on-stage energy.

Victor has been involved in music since he was 4 years old. He has taken vocal and guitar lessons, while he has also attended music technology seminars. In 2021, he released his first song, which he wrote and produced.

He is now representing Greece at Eurovision with a song that he wrote himself when he was 14 years old.

Cyprus: Andrew Lambrou will sing ‘Break a Broken Heart’

Andrew Lambrou. Photo: Corinne Cumming / EBU

Cypriot Australian Andrew Lambrou will be representing Cyprus at Eurovision this year with his song Break A Broken Heart.

Break A Broken Heart is written by Thomas Stengaard, Jimmy “Joker” Thörnfeldt, Jimmy Jansson and Marcus Winther-John.

The Eurovision entry song is about relationships and a broken heart, and how they can push us to rise from the ashes and come out stronger.

Andrew has a significant presence on social media, and his fanbase is continuously expanding. His videos have amassed a remarkable number of views and followers, and he has drawn the attention of music industry icons.

He recently signed with Greek record label, Panik Records, and has released three hit singles.

Australia: Voyager will sing ‘Promise’

Voyager. Photo: Corinne Cumming / EBU

Australia is sending Voyager to Eurovision this year – a 5-piece Perth-based band that have been performing together since 1999 and have toured the world several times over.

The group are massive Eurovision fans and have launched several attempts to compete since Australia joined the contest in 2015, coming closest last year when they took the runner-up spot at Australia Decides.

Armed with enthusiasm, broad appeal, and knack for producing synth-metal stompers, the band is ready to take over the stage of Liverpool singing Promise.

Sources: Eurovisiontv

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