Bulgaria: Miro roams Europe

by Stella Floras 58 views

Miro, the Bulgarian star who represents the Balkan country in the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest has been quite busy promoting his entry, Angel si ti, to the European public. After Turkey, Miro went back to his homeland where he participated in a Good Luck TV show on BNT1 before heading for Cyprus. During the show, Miro presented the final version of Angel si ti which is #1 on the Bulgarian single's chart this week.

During his recent visit in Turkey, Miro appeared in the popular Disko Krali show where he was warmly received by the large studio audience.

Miro in the Disko Krali show

As soon as he returned home, just a few minutes before the show was due to start, Miro appeared in a special edition of the Sunday with…. BNT1 show dedicated especially to him. During the show, Miro received warm support by many popular local musicians and artists who wished him the best of luck in Oslo, such as his partner in Karizma, Galia as well as Marianna Popova and Elitsa Todorova and Stoyan Yankulov who preceeded him in 2006 and 2007 respectively. FYR Macedonia's hope in the Eurovision Song Contest this year, Gjoko Taneski, was also present as a special guest. Gjoko wished Miro to win the contest and added he would love to get second place after him. Miro also received enthusiastic support by members of the newly founded OGAE Bulgaria.

Towards the end of the show, Miro surprised the audience when he presented the new version of Angel si ti, with a new arrangement and more powerful electronic sound. You can watch the video here (might take some time to load)

A couple of hours after the broadcast, Miro left for Cyprus where he stayed till 4th May. He met with the large Bulgarian community on the island and appeared in the Epta-Deka and Performance TV shows.

Miro in Cyprus

Special thanks to Denis Halidov for the information.

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Stella Floras

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