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I almost feel a lot of the comments here and elsewhere try to cut her down for being prolific and good at her job.
It has helped elevate the quality of the contest in terms of ensuring less countries are sending gimmicky nonsense, but has made the contest more homogenous in terms of song style.
If Cyprus had a mega songwriting talent then they would have won the domestic internal selection?
The problem is the scale of this practice occurring in several countries. It keeps them down. Yes, Nancy, she is very successful — at turning the contest into her own private industry.
Eurovision music is a marketplace just like the music industry is at large. Are you suggesting that songwriters need loyalty and allegiance to one country, Jonas?
That sounds almost parochial, if not awfully and restrictively nationalist. But I think that El Diablo will be completely different than both of them.
Hopefully El Diablo will be something like these 2 songs. Have in mind that raeggeton-ish and Spanish-influenced music is topping almost every chart in Greece and Cyprus for the last 5 years Hello Foureira.
There is a huge trend in these countries that is still alive. Cyprus has become just like Sweden and Azerbaijan: they have no culture of their own, so they just import.
What do you mean? Elena herself is greek. You cannot separate cypriots from greek singers cause they share the same industry, greeks go for cyprus and cypriots for greece since always.
And in Cyprus and Greece nobody cares cause they consider themselves one nation in two countries. I mean exactly what I wrote: not a single person involved in this act is from Cyprus.
No culture. I mean songs performed by artists in Greece and Cyprus , influenced by reggeton music or combined with Greek elements, lyrics etc.
The singer is greek, but for us is the same! Even worse haha. Its like Sweden should have a american singer and 4 american song writers.
As I look to the names who wrote her song, I am afraid of it. Wait, why does my previous comment need approval? It took me a while to read all the names of these famous authors and personalities.
Seems they are writing an entire opera. Hope it wil not be to much rumor for nothing. Anyway good luck to her, and to her team. Why is CyBC overlooking Cypriot talent and always betting on artists from other countries?
Cyprus had the chance to boost their industry and they blow it for the sake of looking good in front of the media. I guess that sums it up.
It would be great to see Cyprus remaining their recent success in the contest — or even winning — next year. Excited to hear the track.
I am expecting something edgy — the most important thing is that the entry has authenticity. Honestly not even close to Sandro.
Cyprus' least successful result was in the iteration when it placed last with the song " Tora Zo " by Elpida , receiving only four points in total.
However, its worst finish in terms of points received was when it placed second to last in the contest with " Tha'nai Erotas " by Marlain Angelidou , receiving only two points.
The Cypriot national broadcaster, Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation CyBC , broadcasts the event within Cyprus and organises the selection process for the nation's entry.
In , the broadcaster organised the national final Eurovision Song Project , which featured 54 songs competing in a nine-week-long process resulting in the selection of the Cypriot entry through the combination of public televoting and the votes from an expert jury.
However, since , CyBC has opted to select the artist and song via an internal selection. On 21 December , it was announced by CyBC that Greek-Georgian singer Tamta would represent the country with the song " Replay ", which would be presented in February Tamta had attempted to enter Eurovision in with the song "With Love" but placed third in the Greek national final.
The Cocktail Party was held on 2 April According to Eurovision rules, all nations with the exceptions of the host country and the " Big 5 " France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom are required to qualify from one of two semi-finals in order to compete for the final; the top ten countries from each semi-final progress to the final.
The European Broadcasting Union EBU split up the competing countries into six different pots based on voting patterns from previous contests, with countries with favourable voting histories put into the same pot.
On 28 January , a special allocation draw was held which placed each country into one of the two semi-finals, as well as which half of the show they would perform in.
Cyprus was placed into the first semi-final, to be held on 14 May , and was scheduled to perform in the first half of the show. Once all the competing songs for the contest had been released, the running order for the semi-finals was decided by the shows' producers rather than through another draw, so that similar songs were not placed next to each other.
Cyprus was set to perform in position 1, preceding the entry from Montenegro. Cyprus opened the first semi-final, preceding Montenegro.
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