Video / Gallery: Will Demy finally represent Greece in Eurovision?
ATHENS, GREECE – Yesterday, Panik Records and Carroten celebrated summer with a great beach party in Athens sea side. Lots of great stars participated in the beach concert performing live for a huge audience. Amongst them it was Demy, the upcoming star the hits of which smash the national charts every time she releases a song.
Demy is the artist performing the official Carroten song for second year in a row. Carroten is the number one brand in Greece for sunscreen and tanning products ruling in the regional market with its finest products and making glamorous events every now and then.
The team of oikotimes.com was there and interviewed Demy during the event. During the interview, Demy thanks Carroten, Panik Records and her colleagues for one more amazing year, she thanked Dimitris Kontopoulos for the song which became the ultimate hit in Greece this summer. Amongst other things the young singer said that she is ready to try new things in her singing career like music styles and collaborations and she doesn’t forget the mazing feeling performing at the MAD Video Music Awards this year before 16,000 auditors.
About Eurovision: Almost all Eurovision fans in Greece “pray” for Demy to represent Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest for years now. (Yes, Demy and Eleni Foureira are the two dream entrants for Greece amongst Greek eurofans). She gave an amazing live performance in 2013 Greek national final alongside to Dima Bilan (Russia 2006, 2008) and we asked her is she loves Eurovision enough to finally participate: “It’s a tricky question… if circumstances are right I am ready to go for it”.
The event took place at S Beach in Athens sea side and oikotimes.com would like to thank Myrto Gonou, Iakovos Poutakoglou and Giorgo Arsenakos for the great event. In the event we had several Eurostars attending like: Marko Angelo (Greek NF 2014), Freaky Fortune and Risky Kidd (Greece 2014).
PHOTOS: FOTIS KONSTANTOPOULOS / OIKOTIMES.COM
VIDEO: ANDREAS ATHANASIOU / OIKOTIMES.COM