The evergreen Amber of the Greek television, television host and a star from the nineties, the ageless Roula Koromila is the rescue plan of the producers of the reality show Greek Idol. She was invited to be its new host, which should bring new luster to the program. After many trials and changes in the team of judges, the TV show did not meet the expectations of the sponsors. The interest in the show was extremely low, which led to the decision to make changes in the team. Experts claim that the dramatic leaving of the famous composer and musician Nikos Carville of his judging position in the talent show was the first step towards the crash of the reality.
According to unofficial information, the present host of Greek Idol the actress Ada Levitsanou is distressed by the decision of producers to leave her behind the scenes of the show. "Deposition" was difficult for young Ada, who after receiving the news about the inclusion of the experienced Roula Koromila switched off her mobile phone and can not be found for comment. Producers left her in the background because she can not provide the necessary dynamics to the show.
To boost the interest of the audience for the first Live broadcast of the Greek Idol, the private Alpha TV has the heavy artillery of the Greek show elite behind its back, and among them is Eleni Menegaki, another "phoenix bird," of the Greek TV. Another fresh note in the fading show will also be the famous Greek artist Yannis Plutarhos who at the invitation of tireless Roula assumed the role of guest judge at the big night. Yannis Plutarhos is a favorite of the Greek public, known in the society as the "good boy" of the Greek music scene. Happily married for the past ten years, he is the proud father of four children and looks forward to the fifth. "Who else if not us who have love and the opportunity to create new life," he says. The participation of the stars is expected to give new impetus to the talent show. This season it competes with programs like "Dance with the Stars", "Greece has the talent” and “Patagonia”. Live broadcast is scheduled for Monday, April 26.