Freaky Fortune, the 2014 Greek representatives performed a new single on spectacular TV show held in Cyprus. Madwalk 2014 featured many Eurostars; among them Michalis Chatzigiannis, Valando Trifonos, Thomai Apergi and Tamta.
Freaky Fortune, who represented Greece at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest with Rise Up, performed their new single In a world without you at the first ever Cyprus Madwalk on Mad TV Cyprus.
Cyprus’s Eurovision Song Contest representative of 1998, Michalis Hatzigiannis, was a special guest of the night.
On a night full of the very best fashion and music, Kostas Martakis, Tamta, Thomais Apergi and Valanto Trifonos also took to the stage to perform their latest hits.
Thirty year old Kostas Martakis, a singer, model and actor who rose to fame in 2006 after appearing on the talent show Dream Show, most recently competed in Eurosong 2014 – a MAD Show, the show which determined the Greek representative for the Eurovision Song Contest. He finished in second place, behind Freaky Fortune feat. Riskykidd, with his song Kanenas de me stamata (Nobody can stop me). Tamta, born Tamta Goduadze in Georgia in 1981, is a famous singer in Greece and Cyprus. She was a contestant of the Greek national Eurovision Song Contest final of 2007, where she placed third behind the winner Sarbel. Born in Tinos island, Greece, in 1988, Thomai Apergi participated in Eurosong 2013 – a MAD Show with her song One Last Kiss finishing in third place out of four entries. The Greek-Cypriot singer Valanto Trifonos, also born in 1988, has twice entered Eurovision Song Contest national finals: once in 2006 for Cyprus with her song After you and then in Greece in 2011 with The time is now.
Catch a sneak peak of the new Freaky Fortune single below (from 03:15), and enjoy the highlights from a great night of entertainment!
Be sure to check MADTVCYPRUS for lots of glamorous photos and videos.
Freaky Fortune (featuring RiskyKidd) represented Greece at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest with Rise Up, finishing in 20th place in the Grand Final with 35 points.
Watch Michalis Hatzigiannis sing his 1998 Eurovision Song Contest entry Yenesis below: