Stefania will perform ‘Last Dance’ in the first half of the second Semi-Final on Thursday 20 May.
The video for Last Dance employs elements of Greek mythology, such as the winged-horse Pegasus and Atlas, one of the Titans, all set in an ever so slightly dystopian dreamscape.
Team Stefania explain:
"Every end always marks a new beginning. That is why the video with light, which always overtakes darkness, inviting all of us to remain optimistic and to firmly believe that even the unprecedented ordeal that the whole planet has been experiencing will soon be over.”
Stefania is a Greek-Dutch singer, actress and YouTuber, who has been performing since a very young age. At 10 she convinced her parents to enter her into The Voice Kids in the Netherlands, and soon after she joined Dutch children’s choir Kinderen Voor Kinderen.
Got the feeling you’ve seen Stefania before? Well, in 2016 she was selected to represent the Netherlands at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Malta as a member of the girl band Kisses. The group performed the song Kisses and Dancin’ and finished in a respectable 8th place.
A number of solo singles followed: Stupid Reasons (2018), Wonder (2019), I’m Sorry (Whoops!) (2019) and Turn Around (2019) before Stefania made her Greek television debut, performing at a popular music awards show.
Last year, Stefania appeared in the online music show Q Sessions, presented by Dimitris Kontopoulos. She performed SUPERG!RL (her 2020 Eurovision entry) and two duets with Greek Eurovision stars Sakis Rouvas and Kalomira.
Stefania is currently studying at the renowned music school Herman Brood Academie, whose notable alumni include Martin Garrix.
About Greece in Eurovision
Greece have been regular Eurovision participants since 1974, and are one of very few nations to have never finished last in a Grand Final.
In 2005 Helena Paparizou stole the show in Kyiv with My Number One, taking the Contest to Greece for the first time ever.