Helena Paparizou to feature in special ‘Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light’ show


Helena Paparizou, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2005, will be giving a special performance at this year’s Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light show.

The singer’s record label, MINOS-EMI, confirmed the news this morning in a statement and said Paparizou would be performing part of her winning song ‘My Number One’ for viewers.

She would also be recording a special message to be showcased at the end of the show to her fans.

Helena Paparizou will perform her winning song from the Eurovision contest in 2005.

Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light will be broadcast live in 46 countries. The show will honour, in a non-competitive format, all 41 songs which were not sung at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest due to its cancellation.

READ MORE: Eurovision Song Contest cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic.

The show also intends to bring together 2020’s artists, from their locations across Europe, in a unifying performance of the winning song from Eurovision 1997- Love Shine A Light by Katrina And The Waves.

The 41 chosen representatives from the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 will perform together for the show. Source: Eurovision.

Stefania Liberakakis was lined up to represent Greece at Eurovision this year with her song ‘SUPERG!RL.’

SBS will air the special two-hour show on Sunday, May 17, at 8.30pm.




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