CyBC, the Cypriot national broadcaster, has revealed today that the 2019 Cypriot hopeful Tamta will be accompanied on stage by four male dancers.
Tamta will be backed by four fabulous Swedish dancers when she takes the Eurovision stage come May: Lamin, Kenny, Niklas and Benjamin.
The Georgian born Greek star kicked off her first Eurovision rehearsals with Sacha Jean Bapstiste in Athens last week. Celebrated choreographer, Chali Jennings, has now joined #TeamCyprus and partook in the rehearsals too.
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CyBC, the Cypriot national broadcaster and Tamta’s entourage are working round the clock and from strength to strength in order to showcase an extraordinary show and performance come May.
Earlier this month Tamta travelled to Tel Aviv and Eilat in order to film her Eurovision postcard.
Tamta is amongst the most sought after artists in Greece today having released released numerous albums and singles throughout her career.
The Georgian-born Greek artist attempted to partake at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007 when she competed at the Greek national final with her entry With love. Then in 2015 she tried to go to Eurovision again but was not able to compete in the Greek national final as she missed the submission deadline reportedly with Alex P’s Unloved.
The Athens based star was selected via an internal selection in order to fly the Cypriot flag at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv with her entry Replay.
Tamta’s Eurovision entry has been composed by none other than Alex Papaconstatinou, whilst Sacha Jean-Baptiste will be responsible for her staging in Tel Aviv.
Cyprus in Eurovision
Cyprus joined at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1981 with the group Island, achieving an honorable 6th placing in Dublin.
Aphrodite’s island has been represented by some of the biggest names in the Greek and Cypriot music industry: Anna Vissi (1982), Michalis Hatzigiannis (1998), Evridiki (1992,1994,2007), Ivi Adamou (2012), Despina Olympiou (2013), etc.
The country achieved its best Eurovision result this year when it placed 2nd with Eleni Foureira’s Fuego. The Athens-based mega-star was selected internally to fly the Cypriot flag at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon. Eleni made Cyprus proud with her magnificent and dazzling performance at the Altice Arena.
In 2019 Tamta will defend the Cypriot colours at the Eurovision Song Contest with he entry Replay. Cyprus is set to compete in the first half of the First Semi-final of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest on 14 May in Tel Aviv, Israel.