Cyprus has decided for Eurovision

by Stella Floras 85 views

The Cypriot final has just ended and the winner is 16 year old Christina Metaxa with Firefly, a ballad written and penned by her brother Nikolas.

Ten acts competed tonight in the Cypriot final, among them two past Eurostars, Marlain Angelidou and Alex Panayi. Christina Metaxa won the televoting by a huge margin from the second Pieros Kezos. Christina's song is composed and penned by her brother Nikolas who currently enjoys great popularity in both Cyprus and Greece as he was the runnerup in the local edition of the X Factor.

Christine is only 16 years old and she is still in school, together with her brother Nikolas she won first prize in the National Lions song-writing competition in 2005.Apart from dancing and being involved in her school's drama and musical productions, Christina is also currently working on her first book for children.

This is the way the Cypriot audience voted:

1.Tefkros Neocleous – Mary 2161
2.Christina Metaxa- Firefly 12309
3.Marlain and the Diesel sisters- Mr (Do Right) One night stand 2526
4.Marianne Georgiou- Heartbeat 1535
5.Alexandros Panayi – There is love 3202
6. Zelis Senol (Mr Zel)- I'm gonna break up 3338
7.Pieros Kezos- Βleed for you 6590
8.Christiana Theokli, Kostantina Georgiou and Andreas Christoforou – Moving on 3737
9.Katerina (Kat) Neocleous- I believe 1992
10.Gore Melian- I wanna thank you 3887

Christina Metaxa – Firefly
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQOvbAEM4fg

Nikolas Metaxas talking about Firefly

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdXUQVZRQvw

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Stella Floras

Thanks to Johnny Logan and Hold me now I fell in love with the Eurovision Song Contest, a love that's been going strong ever since with undiminished passion. My first memories date back to 1977 and the lyrics of Rock bottom, Dschinghis Khan and A ba ni bi are still engraved in my brain.

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