The beginning of the week sees the premiere of the brand new video clip of a former Eurovision winner! Helena Paparizou, who won Eurovision 2005 has released the video clip of her new ballad single An me deis na klaio (If you see me crying).
Helena had initially presented her new duet song at the MAD Video Music Awards 2017 event last June, together with the young musician Anastasios Rammos. Immediately after their performance, the song became one of Helena’s smash hits for 2017, along with her new pop entry Haide.
Helena and Anastasios had let their fans know about their upcoming video release with backstage photos from the shooting.
The video clip premiered a few hours ago on YouTube and has already reached more than 20,000 views. You may enjoy Helena’s new video here:
Helena at Eurovision
The Swedish-born Helena Paparizou firstly took part in the contest in 2001, as part of the duet band Antique, singing their entry Die for you. The band managed to give Greece their best result until then, coming 3rd with 147 points.
4 years later and having left the band, Helena went on to represent Greece again at Eurovision with My number one. Τhis time was going to be lucky for them, as she managed to win and bring the Eurovision trophy to Greece for the very first time after their debut in 1974. To date, this has been the only Eurovision victory for the country.
However, Helena’s latest Eurovision attempt was her participation at the Swedish Melodifestivalen 2014. The successful singer tried to represent Sweden in Copenhagen with the song Survivor, written by Bobby Ljunggren, Henrik Wikström, Karl-Ola Kjellholm and Sharon Vaughn. Helena managed to qualify to Melodifestivalen’s Grand Final, where she finished 4th.
Helena is currently one of the four coaches at The Voice of Greece show, which airs every Wednesday and Thursday evening on SKAI TV. The other judges are Sakis Rouvas, Panos Mouzourakis and Kostis Maraveyas.