Cypriot Australian singer Andrew Lambrou to represent Cyprus at the Eurovision Song Contest

Andrew Lambrou

An Australian-born pop singer will be representing Cyprus at the 67th Eurovision song contest in the UK later this month.

Andrew Lambrou, 24, whose parents are Greek Cypriots, will perform his song Break a Broken Heart, reports TV Tonight.

The former X Factor contestant had participated in try-outs to represent Australia last year.

The Eurovision finals will be held in Liverpool, England on May 13.

The semi-final rounds are set to take place on May 9 and May 11.

Cyprus wasn't Lambrou's first choice for Eurovision representation, as he was a contestant in the Australia Decides competition in 2022.

He finished seventh out of a field of 11 entries with his song Electrify, and ended up scoring 51 points in total.

Since then, Lambrou has landed three hit singles and signed record deals with Panik Records, in Greece, as well as City Pop Records.

Lambrou won early success at 17 after signing a deal with Sony Music Publishing.

He first first rose to fame on The X Factor Australia in 2015, making it to the top twenty before being eliminated.

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