Czech Republic

Gabriela Guncikova is the selected one for Czech Republic!

Česká Televize has just announced the name of their representative for this year’s Eurovision: Gabriela Gunčíková!

The Czech entrant was internally selected by a five-person professional jury. Gabriela Gunčíková will perform the song “I Stand”, composed by Christian Schneider and Sara Biglert, and the lyrics by Aidan O’Connor and Sara Biglert. The song presentation will take place tomorrow at 14.00 CET on eurovision.tv, but you can listen to a snippet below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ycU3Deq5FnE

About Gabriela Gunčíková:

Gabriela Gunčíková was born on 27 June 1993 in Kroměříž, Czech Republic. She was a finalist in the second season of SuperStar and won the “New Artist” award at the 2011 Český Slavík awards.

She made two albums and played over a hundred concerts around the Czech Republic and Slovakia. In 2013 she has decided to improve her singing so she contacted one of the most famous coaches in the world, Ken Tamplin, and went to study singing in California. Gabriela has become the face of Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy, as one of the best students with a voice at the global level.

The result of their cooperation has been found by Paul O’Neill from the American band Trans-Siberian Orchestra – and that is how Gabriela has become one of the singes of this band. She performed with them on two tours and about 120 shows around the USA.

Now she decided to go in the direction of her solo career.

What do you think about the Czech choice?

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    *MarioVision*

    March 11, 2016 at 00:18

    At last.And i was wondering about WHEN we would finally hear the entry song of Czech.
    I already knew that it would be this singer that would represent Czech in Stockholm.
    She is pretty.

  2. Pingback: Gabriela releases ”I Stand”, listen to this year’s Czech entry! – ESC+Plus

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