After months of preparation and two Semi-Finals, TAMTA representing Cyprus and Katerine Duska representing Greece, along with acts from 24 other countries competed in the Grand Final of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.
TAMATA was 11th to perform on the Grand Final stage and all the crowd could respond to such a fierce performance was a loud round of applause.
She slayed her choreography and that costume reveal, as she belted out her song with that incredible and unique voice.
We are going to have TAMTA’s song on “Replay” for the rest of the month.
Performing 13th, Greece’s Katerine Duska captured the audiences hearts and attention.
Katerine hit those high notes in “Better Love” effortlessly like Mariah Carey, as dancers simultaneously performed around her.
Light, bright and beautiful, listening to “Better Love” makes you feel good about yourself.
The interval act at this years Grand Final featured a special ‘switch song’ act, featuring former Eurovision winners and runners up. The winner from the 2015 song contest, Swedish singer Måns Zelmerlöw, sang Eleni Foureira’s ‘Fuego’, which saw her come second for Cyprus in 2018.
Foureira then performed the song ‘Dancing Lasha Tumbai’ which was sung by Verka Serduchka, who represented Ukraine in the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest.
Pop Queen Foureira’s custom made creation that dazzled the stage, was created by Greek designer Vrettos Vrettakos, who created her ‘Fuego’ Eurovision outfit last year. The inspiration behind the design comes from Dita von Teese and features 250,000 Swarovski crystals.
According to television reports, over 185 million people around the world tuned in to watch the 2019 Eurovision Grand Final!
Cyprus finished in 15th place and Greece in the 21st spot.