16-year-old Victor Vernicos to represent Greece at Eurovision


16-year-old Victor Vernicos will represent Greece at this year’s Eurovision song contest in Liverpool, the United Kingdom in May.

Vernicos is the youngest-ever contestant to represent Greece at the popular singing competition.

The Athenian was selected through the combination of an Audience Committee vote with the vote of a 7-member internal expert committee from Greek broadcaster ERT.

The singer and songwriter will perform What They Say when he takes to the Eurovision stage. The song has been described as a “lively ballad” with lyrics in English. It will be released soon.

Source: Eurovisiontv.com.

READ MORE: Cypriot Australian Andrew Lambrou to represent Cyprus at Eurovision 2023.




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