Cloe Bolleti will represent Greece in the upcoming Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Yesterday, her entry Den peirazei (It doesn't matter) won the ticket during their national selection.
For the third time, Chloe tried to represent her countryand has finally won with the music and the lyrics of her song written all by herself. According to the singer, the entry deals with puberty and it appeals to all youngsters who are going through a tough time during this period of their lives. Her advice: 'It doesn't matter'.
The winner was chosen by televoting and a jury. The interval act was performed by Nicolas Ganopoulos and Secret band along with the 2006 Junior entrants for Cyprus, Luis Panagiotou and Christina Christofi. During the show, there were some sound problems, therefore it seemed the audiencedidn't applaud the winner.
With the Greek selection, the 2006 national finals season for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest has been concluded. 15 countries confirmed their participation in the show which will take place in Bucharest, Romania on 2nd December.
In 2005, Alexandros & Kalli finisehd 6th for Greece singing It's Our Turn Now.