Helena Paparizou has finished a promotional trip to Belgium. Climax of her visit was a performance in Flanders' most popular music television show Tien om te Zien. The show was recorded on Monday and broadcast by VTM last night. The performances of Helena Paparizou and all other guests can be watched online on VTM's website.
No number one for Helena
Unlike Ruslana last year with Wild dances, this year's Eurovision Song Contest winner Helena Paparizou did not succeed in reaching the number one spot of the Flemish single charts. Nevertheless the Swedish-Greek singer is scoring a big hit in the Dutch speaking part of Belgium. This week My number one is occupying a position in the top 20 for the sixth consecutive week. The 10th spot was Helena's best result over the previous weeks.
Helena Paparizou in Tien om te Zien
Last night, Helena Paparizou was the international guest at VTM's television show Tien om te Zien, recorded at the Flemish seaside. Among the other guests were several artists who earlier made a bid for representing Belgium at the Eurovision Song Contest: Eurosong 1999 discoveries K3 with Kuma he and Belle Perez, who performed last year's summer hit Light of my life.
Flemish dance formation Lasgo performed Who's that girl with guest singer Dave Beyer, while Lasgo leadsinger Evi Goffin (Eurosong 1999) is on maternity leave. Mama's Jasje, with Peter Van Laet (De Gouden Zeemeermin 1996) and Sonny O'Brien (Eurosong 2002) also presented their latest singles.
Katy, the number three of Star Academy covered Je t'aime by Lara Fabian (Luxembourg 1988). Belle Perez took the stage for a second time with her current hit Que viva la vida. The song which is hitting the charts in Flanders and the Netherlands, was last week's best selling Belgian production and thus closed the show as number one in the Tien om te Zien charts.