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Cyprus: Dancers & Singers’ names revealed!

The Names of the people who will join Ivi Adamou, the Cypriot representative at the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest, have been revealed.

They are:

  • Bjorn Djupstrom  – Backing Vocals
  • Tatiana Dimitriadou – Dancer
  • Olga Pilaki – Dancer
  • Victoria Taylor – Backing Vocals / Dancer
  • Wiveca Hartmann Knudsen – Backing Vocals / Dancer
  • Elena Patroklou (Cypriot representative at the 1991 Eurovision) – Coach
So we know that during the Cypriot performance there will be 6 persons, Let’s hope it all goes well meanwhile enjoy the Cypriot entry.
Ivi Adamou – La La Love
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5 comments on “Cyprus: Dancers & Singers’ names revealed!

  1. Aw, I loved Elena Patroklou back in 1991. The 90s were Cyprus golden age in ESC anyway (perhaps not result-wise but certainly quality-wise). I love every single song they sent from 1991 to 1997 and both Evridiki songs are simply epic. 🙂

  2. Off-topic, Today, NDR published the last songcheck video. I had wondered why it was tiny Malta and had feared that nobody knew what to say about this song … but then the expert loved it (gave his highest score) and predicted a top 10 in the final. I think that our expert will be proven terribly wrong …

  3. I’ll stay on the off-topic road talking about preview shows. It was the last one in Sweden this Monday, and they rounded up it quite good, though there wasn’t many funny comments from the panelists. Lena Philipsson was very critical while Thomas Lundin was very positive. He gave top scores to Turkey, Estonia, Slovakia and Spain. He praised Pastora Soler, thanking that the contest now contained some middle-aged women and not only under-weighted girls in their early twenties. Måns Zelmerlöw thought that the Turkish song reminded of “What shall we do with the drunken sailor” and Lena thought that Estonian song used the title word “Kuula” too many times (that makes you wondering if she didn’t over-used the words “Det gör ont” / “It hurts” herself once upon a time). Gina thought that Tooji was an Eric Saade-wannabe and Thomas thought that the song came five years too late. Bosnia & Herzegovina was crowned as the snoozefest of the year, and Lithuania was laughed at. The whole show got a weird ending with Christer Björkman surrounding his hands around the Eurovision trophy while saying “Myyyyy preciouuusss” with a Gollum voice…!

    The voting score:
    Estonia 20
    Spain 19
    United Kingdom 17
    Italy 17
    Germany 17
    Slovakia 16
    France 14
    Azerbaijan 13
    Turkey 12
    Norway 12
    Bosnia & Herzegovina 4
    Lithuania 4

    That means that the top 5 of this year, according to the panel, is:
    1. Sweden 25 points
    2. Estonia 20 points
    3. Cyprus 20 points
    4. Spain 19 points
    5. Russia 19 points

    And the bottom 3 is:
    1. San Marino 1 point
    2. Georgia 2 points
    3. Belgium 3 points

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