Eurovision.tv: How do you feel now, just hours before the Semi-Final? How did all your rehearsals go?
Nodi: We think that our rehearsal was good mainly because we had great sound, and that's the most important thing for singers. We think that all will be great tonight too.
Sophie: Everything was on a professional level - we've basically liked everything, the sound, the lights. We've felt a lot of positive energy from the audience.
Eurovision.tv: Waterfall is quite an unusual title for a love song.
Sophie: Waterfall is a symbol for big love, and not only romance, but all of the love you feel for your family and friends. It underlines the strength of the feeling.
Eurovision.tv: How do you translate that meaning into the stage performance?
Nodi: We've opted for a very minimalistic approach because the song itself is strong enough. The song and its lyrics expresses strong emotions, feelings - it doesn't need a huge stage act.
Sophie: Maybe some people would expect pyrotechnical effects and dancers but that would not be our style. We wanted to keep it simple.
Eurovision.tv: Your song was written by Thomas G:son, last year's winning composer of Euphoria. How did this cooperation take shape?
Nodi: The reason why we chose Thomas G:son was his experience and his attitude, and of course the insight he has as a composer about Eurovision - not just the fact that he won last year. It was very professional and enjoyable to work with him.
Eurovision.tv: What is your musical background? Have you performed together before or did you meet just for Eurovision?
Sophie: We are good friends and we share many great experiences from performing together. I feel very comfortable when we are on stage together, and we will definitely continue that after Eurovision.
Nodi: We really love performing together - we already did that many times before. For example, we share an unforgettable experience when we sang a duet at a talent show, Georgian Idol, and we performed at festivals too.
Eurovision.tv: Is Waterfall in your usual musical style, or do you generally perform different typres of songs?
Nodi: It is our style - I'd call it "academical pop." When we discussed which style our Eurovision song should have, we agreed that it should be pop but serious at the same time.
Sophie: Of course we also perform different kinds of songs in Georgia, for example traditional folk music. But for Eurovision, we chose Waterfall as our visiting card.
Eurovision.tv: What are your expectations in the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest?
Nodi: We are now totally focused on tonight, we wish to be successful. Only after that we want to think about Saturday.
Sophie: We will try to conquer everyone's hearts, and we'll try to do our best tonight.
Today has been declared a day of mourning in Georgia after three Georgian soldiers died three days ago. Nodi & Sophie express their condolences, and they dedicate today's performance to them.