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Russian psychic foresaw Sakis' victory!

29 April 2009 / 12:04:13  GRReporter
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A little bit before the Eurovision competition, which will take place in Moscow, “Cosmopolskaya pravda” newspaper announced that the famous Russian psychic Alexander Litvin foresaw the winner. The psychic became famous from the show “The battle of the psychics” and as a result the Russian newspaper turned to him with a request to see in the future and find out who the Eurovision winner will be. And so, when the names of the participants were out, Alexander Litvin reviewed the photos and the personal information of the singers.

According to Alexander, the biggest chance of winning has the British singer Jade Ewen. The probability of Sakis Rouvas to win is also big. According to the psychic, the emotional state of Sakis in the day of his concert will be conductive to winning.

Other interesting predictions, which the Russian gave are that the Russian representative – Anastasia Prohodko would have had good chances if the theme of her song was different. Due to family problems, Prohodko will not be focused at the day of the concert, which will prevent her from ranking first.

According to the psychic, the singer form Andorra has good chances if she changes the color of her hair and the Hungarian singer should work a little bit more on the style of his song.

Meanwhile, the two Australians, who wrote Sakis Rouvas’ song “This is our night,” said that they are very optimistic about the concert. Both of them will try out the Eurovision competition for the first time, and they hope it will be “their lucky first.”

“We wanted to write something optimistic and positive,” says Jails Web, who has been writing songs for 25 years and has his own sound-recording company “Gusto Music” in Sidney. In Australia, he has been working with big bands, including the 90’s boys INXS.

His colleague Greg Portales, whose signature is also under Sakis’ song, has written songs and has been a producer of famous singers like Rod Steward, Cher, Ozzy Osborne, Fleetwood Mack, Terrence Trend D’Arby, Richie Sambora and many others. “For me, the secret of a song is for it to make you have fun. The Eurovision contest is fun and we are extremely happy to be participating in it,” says Mr. Portales.

What will be the choreography and how Sakis’ song will be presented remains a mystery. During his visit in England, Sakis Rouvas gave a press conference, on which he said the best of words for his colleagues but to a question about his presentation in Russia, he refused to give any information, which awoke the media’s interest even more about the Greek participation.

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