Kayo, a former member of Afro-Dite, the Swedish representative at the Eurovision Song Contest 2002, will be a backing singer for the Olsen Brothers in the Danish national final. The Olsen Brothers are considered as one the favourites in Melodi Grand Prix 2005 and Kayo is already planning for a trip to Kiev.
Swedish singer Kayo, one of the three members of the former group Afro-Dite, will be a backing singer for the Olsen Brothers in the Danish Melodi Grand Prix 2005. Kayo will also be a host at one of the semifinals of Melodifestivalen 2005.
Kayo tells Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet that the Olsen Brothers' song Little yellow radio is a possible winner of the Danish selection. “I spontaneously felt that this was a hell of a great song and I have a strong feeling for it. I don�t think that the Olsen Brothers would participate unless they feel that this is a very good song. I�m looking forward to Kiev now.”
The Olsen Brothers won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2000 with Fly on the wings of love. This year they return for the selections of the Danish Eurovision entry. The final of Melodi Grand Prix will take place in the city of Horsens on 12th February.
Afro-Dite finished 8th at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2002 with the song Never let it go. In 2003 they took part in the Swedish Melodifestivalen but didn�t manage to reach the top. Shortly afterwards, the girls split up in peace. Now they still re-unite as a group occasionally. Kayo will host the fourth semifinal of Melodifestivalen on 5th March.