Cyprus: Changes in the final lineup

by Stella Floras 56 views

The Cypriot final to select the country's final in the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest takes place on 7th February. CyBC announced the replacement of one of the finalists which was withdrawn by the creating team.

Nasos Lambrianides and Melis Konstantinou have withdrawn Nothing is real, one of their two entries that made it to the Cyrpiot final probably to a void the splitting of the votes and focus on the one remaining song. The vacancy in the final lineup is filled now by Waiting, composed and penned by Christodoulos Economedes and Andreas Charalambidis.

According to the local website eurovisionclub.com this is the list of the performers:

Angel – Konstantinos Christoforou
I'm gonna be – Evagoras Evagorou
Life looks better in spring – Jon Lilygreen & The Islanders
Goodbye- Hovig Demirjian
Rhapsody – Vivian Douglas
You gotta go – Anthi Pashi
Island of love Konstantinos Kontozis Soulthrow
Play – Deep Zone Project
Waiting -Andreas Economedes
Like a woman- Nicole Paparistodemou

Deep Zone already walked the Eurovision stage in 2007 when they represented Bulgaria together with DJ Balthazar. Hovig Demirjian is of Armenian origin and was recently voted out of the Greek X-Factor.

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Stella Floras

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