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Giannis Karagiannis to represent Cyprus


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Posted 1 Febuary, 2015, 22:44

The jury in tonight's final comprised former Cypriot entrants, Elena Patroklou (1991) , Alex Panayi (1995 and 2000) and Despina Olympiou (2013), along with Tasos Trifonos, Bruno Berberes (former French Head of Delegaton and Executive Producer of The Voice in France) and Nicola Caligiore (Head of Delegation for Italy).
The Final of the Eurovision Song Project was hosted by Antri Keratoni.
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Tonight's finalists

  1. Hovig - Stone In A River
  2. Doody - Magic
  3. Panagiotis Koufogiannis - Without Your Love
  4. Minus One - Shine
  5. Giannis Karagiannis - One Thing That I Should Have Done
  6. Charis Savva & Nearchos Evaggelou - Dila Den Agapo

About the winner

Giannis Karagiannis is a Cypriot singer and songwriter and musician from Limassol, Cyprus. He has been performing music since the age of six and had his first vocal lessons when he was eight years old. He has won many local talent competitions in Cyprus.
One Thing That I Should Have Done is composed by Mike Connaris and Giannis (John) Karagiannis. Mike Connaris previously composed the Cypriot entry in the 2004 edition Stronger Every Minute which gave Cyprus one of their best ever results in the contest with a fifth place.
Cyprus make a return to the contest this year having missed the 2014 edition in Copenhagen. They will compete in the second half of the second semi-final on the 21st of May in Vienna.
You can watch the Final again on our web player.

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