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Bulgaria: ‘Love Unlimited’ performed in the European Parliament!

The Bulgarian song for Eurovision 2012 “Love Unlimited” was presented in the European Parliament in Brussels. Sofi Marinova, who will represent Bulgarian in  Baku, was special guest of International Roma Day concert organised by the vice-president of the European commission Vivian Reding  and the vice-president of the European Parliament Othmar Karas.

In front of 300 guest in the capital of Europe Sofi presented the Bulgarian song for Eurovision 2012, the Roma anthem “Jelem, Jelem” and her own song in Roma language “Vasilica”. This is not the first time when a Bulgarian representative in Eurovision sings in the European parliament. In 2007 Elitsa Todorova and Stoyan Yankulov presented their song “Water” in a concert dedicated to International day of the water.

Here’s a report about Sofi’s performance:

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One comment on “Bulgaria: ‘Love Unlimited’ performed in the European Parliament!

  1. I admire Sofi. She does her own thing and comes across as a mature artist. Her song is not a masterpiece, but benefits immensely from being sung by her. Good luck.

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