Actress Victoria Koblenko (photo) will feature as the Dutch public relations manager in Kiev. John van Katwijk, manager of Glennis Grace, said that to songfestival.web-log.nl. Koblenko joins the Dutch delegation during the 'Eurovision weeks' in Ukraine, from 10th until 22nd May.
Koblenko grew up in Ukraine and moved to the Netherlands when she was 13 years old. She started a successful acting carreer and became popular when she featured in the most watched Dutch soap opera Goede tijden, slechte tijden (Good times, bad times) as Isabella. Because she fluently speaks English, Russian and Ukrainian, which is based on Russian, the team behind Glennis Grace considers her as an excellent contact person for the organisation and the press.
The single of My impossible dream will be available in the Dutch stores tomorrow. It's unknown if the single will be sold online too. Due to transport schedules, some music stores might receive the single one or two days later.
Glennis Grace tops the polls at kolumbus.fi/jarpen, but as there are still countries that have to choose their songs, anything can change! The Netherlands has to go through the semifinal of the Eurovision Song Contest first, which takes place on 19th May in Kiev, Ukraine.