Junior Eurovision: Nicole Nicolaou to fly the Cypriot flag in Tbilisi

CyBC has announced the name of their representative for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017. Nicole Nicolaou has been internally chosen by the broadcaster to represent Cyprus on November 26 in Tbilisi. The young performer will sing the song “I Wanna Be A Star” written by Constantinos Christoforou.

To ΡΙΚ, αντλώντας από τον περσινό διαγωνισμό που διεξήχθη για την εκπροσώπηση της χώρας μας στη Junior Eurovision, ανακο…

Geplaatst door CYBC: Junior Eurovision op vrijdag 15 september 2017

Nicole Nicolaou was born in Limassol on the 23rd of June, 2004. She speaks fluent Greek, English, Russian and started to learn French. She won the 6th Annual Talent Show organised by Limassol Theatre Art School in 2016. Nicole attends vocal lessons with Aliki Chrysochou for the past four years and plays the piano for the last two years.

The young Cypriot singer has also an artistic tendency and has plenty of canvas drawings, which she started drawing since the age of four. She enjoys sports and never misses the opportunity to go wakeboarding and hiking. Nicole is an animal lover and has a cat, two dogs, a hamster and a little bunny.

The song “I wanna be a star” is written by Constantinos Christoforou and is about young people that need to believe in themselves for anything they want to achieve. So that one day they can reach the top and be a star with family support and plenty of love. The composer of the song represented Cyprus at the Eurovision Song Contest as a solo singer in 1996 and 2005 and as a member of the band One in 2002. It was revealed that Antigoni Tasouri will direct the stage performance for Cyprus at Junior Eurovision 2017.

Nicole said: “This is such an honour for me to represent Cyprus in Junior Eurovision 2017 where kids from so many countries come together to share a common dream, sing and perform. My inspiration is my family, my friends, my everyday life and activities”.

Last year, George Michaelides represented Cyprus at Junior Eurovision in Malta. The young singer and dancer finished second last with the song “Dance Floor”.

What do you think about the Cypriot choice? Let us know in comments!



Source : CyBC - ESC+Plus

About Belén García (Spain)

Belén García (Spain)

My name is Belén. I’m a musician and English teacher from Spain.

I have been following Eurovision since I was only 11 and the junior version since the beginning (expert of this contest). I love Eurovision because I love discovering new songs every year.

Before ESC+Plus, I have been part of very well-known websites about (Junior) Eurovision. Apart from writing, I love taking professional photos, designing and editing videos, I’m very creative!

I have already traveled to Eurovision and Junior Eurovision a few times and I highly recommend it! =)

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