Greece: Listen to the Songs and Vote!

greeceGreece -Greek broadcaster ERT, and MAD TV who will be hosting the TV show this year,  have today revealed the songs which will compete in the Greek national final. The 4 songs in the running for “Ellinikos Telikos 2013” are: Thomaï ApergiOne Last Kiss, Alex Leon & Giorgina Angel, Aggeliki IliadiΧίλιες Και Μία Νύχτες and Koza Mostra & Agathonas IakovidesAlcohol is Free. Vote for your favourite in our online poll:

Listen to the 4 songs below and let us now which one you think should represent Greece in Malmo…

It has also been announced that MAD TV’s show for the national final to be held in Athens on 18th February will include a long list of former Eurovision winners and participants.

Alexander Rybak ( winner 2009) will sing together with Kostas Martakis (Greek final 2008), Ruslana (winner 2004) will duet with Eleni Foureira, Dima Bilan (winner 2008) will sing with with Demy, and Marija Serifovic (winner 2007) will perform with the band Vegas. Helena Paparizou (Greece 2005), will perform Après toi with Vicky Leandros (winner 1972) in a special performance. Last year’s Greek representative , Eleftheria Eleftheriou will also perform during the national final. This is all a far cry from last year’s budget event in a shopping mall!

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  2. love agathwnas and koza mostra! i believe that it will be the winner song for this eurovision!!

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