Philipp Kirkorov and Sakis Rouvas have joined hands to record a song. Both singers believe that Tebia hochu kak sumasshedshij (I want you madly) will be the gay anthem of 2005.
Kirkorov was offered to sing Tebia hochu kak sumasshedshij (I want you madly) together with his wife Alla Pugachova (who represented Russia at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1997), but preferred to sing it with Greek star Sakis Rouvas. A video clip for the song has been shot Petersburg. Both singers expect the song to become the gay anthem of 2005.
Philipp Kirkorov represented Russia at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1995 with the song Kolybelnaya dlya vulkana, which ended up 17th, but got more famous in Russia by the covers he made of several Eurovision Song Contest hits such as Go, Diva, Marija Magdalena and Die for you. Sakis Rouvas finished third with Shake it at this year�s Eurovision Song Contest in Istanbul.