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Tradition dictates that Greece qualifies for Eurovision final

09 May 2014 / 10:05:42  GRReporter
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Greece has qualified for the final of the 59th Eurovision Song Contest 2014, which this year is taking place in Denmark, thus observing the tradition of the last few years for its representatives to fall within the top ten of the best young performers on the continent. This year this is due to Freaky Fortune and RiskyKidd and their exceptional performance of the song “Rise Up”.
    With the help of Balkan trampoline gymnastics champion Arthur Yeremyan, the male trio was literally singing in the air, visualizing in this way the optimistic message of the song. Deservedly Nicholas Raptakis, Theophilos Pouzbouris (Freaky Fortune) and Shane (RiskyKidd) received the ovation of the audience and television viewers.
    In addition to Greece, 25 more countries have qualified for the final, including both the founders and main sponsors of the contest such as the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Montenegro, Hungary, Russia, Ukraine and others.
    This year's Eurovision final will take place at 10:00 pm on Saturday, 10 May, and will be aired by the Greek state television ΝΕΡΙΤ.

 Here's the song of the Greeks:

Tags: Freaky FortuneEurovision 2014Rise UpRiskyKiddSong contestCopenhagenSmei-finalFinal on 10 May
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