Eurovision 2012 Greek participant: So much suffering for sake of three-minute performance (PHOTO)
Azerbaijan, Baku, May 23 /Trend/
It is hard to imagine how much work had to be done for a three minute performance, Eurovision 2012 Greek participant Eleftheria Eleftheriou said at a press conference after the first semi-final
"We were afraid that we wouldn't be able to reach the final, so were trying to have fun on the stage and to make every effort," Eleftheria said.
Greek-Cypriot singer Eleftheria Eleftheriou will perform under number 16with a song Aphrodisiac.
Eleftheria Eleftheriou was born on May 12, 1989 in the town of Famagusta in Cyprus. She has been engaged in music, gymnastics and dance since childhood. She was a soloist of the orchestra of folk music in Cyprus, studied art and music production in the British University of Surrey. She became known in Greece due to successful participation in the talent show The X-Factor 2. The singer managed to sign a contract with the record company Universal MusicGreece, and perform with a number of famous Greek pop musicians, including Sakis Rouvas.