Giorgos Theofanous - Involvement in The Eurovision Song Contest

Involvement in The Eurovision Song Contest

George Theofanous has composed three Cyprus entries, debuting in 1992 with singer Evridiki and the song "Teriazoume" which placed eleventh. He and Evridiki were reselected in 1994 with the song "Eimai Anthropos Ki Ego" and finished once again at eleventh place. Finally, CyBC selected Theofanous and his boy band ONE for the 2002 with the song "Gimme" which finished at sixth place. He also conducted the orchestra in the 1993 and 1995 Cypriot entries.

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