Mateja Sardelis’ girl band wants to represent Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022


Mateja Sardelis and her Adelaide girl band, G-Nat!on, are taking part in Eurovision – Australia Decides this weekend for a chance to secure a spot in this year’s contest.

“To think I’m in the running to [represent Australia], it’s quite surreal,” Sardelis told The Advertiser.

“It’s such an amazing competition and we’ve all watched it since we were little. It’s inspired us and now we want to show Europe and the world that here we are.”

READ MORE: Mateja Sardelis and her girl band, G-Nation, in the final of The Voice Australia.

G-Nat!on, which is made up of Sardelis, Isla Ward, 18, Rylee Vormelker, 18, Taylah Silvestri, 18, Emma Caporaso, 19, and Alessia Musolino, 18, are set to perform their new song Bite Me during the competition.

G-Nat!on made it to the final of The Voice last year.

The girl band, which made it into the finals of The Voice last year, are one of 10 acts eyeing a spot at the world’s biggest live music event.

Artists they are going up against include fellow Greek Australian singer, Andrew Lambrou.

READ MORE: Andrew Lambrou releases bilingual song ahead of ‘Eurovision- Australia Decides’ 2022.

Source: The Advertiser.




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