The 18-year-old is expected to perform ‘Last Dance’ for the first time on the Eurovision stage on Thursday, May 20.
“It broke my heart. But a week after, they told me I’d be back for Greece and I was really grateful and thankful,” she said.
While ‘Superg!rl’ was an Ethnic-Pop production, ‘Last Dance’ leaves the ethnic influences behind and explores the 80s trend that is currently dominating the international Pop landscape.
Her performance has been choreographed by Fokas Evangelinos.
“We will dance and you will see a completely different Stefania… Fokas Evangelinos (the stage director) will kill me if I say too much so I need to zip it!”
“The one thing we want is that people enjoy our performance and they’ll dance with us. We’re working hard on that everyday,” she added.
Good luck Stefania and we can’t wait to follow your exciting journey!
Recently, Stefania released an acoustic performance video of “Last Dance”. Listen to it here-
3,500 fans may be allowed to attend the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest in person in May.
Under the plan, the venue would be half full and fans would need a negative Covid test before being allowed in.