Greek Cypriot Australian, Andrew Lambrou will represent Cyprus in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, has just revealed the song he will be singing.
‘Break A Broken Heart’ will be sung by 22-year-old Lambrou in the semi-finals, and if he makes it in the grand finale. The 67th Eurovision Song Contest in May will be hosted by Britain.
Lambrou, 22, is based in Sydney, and was chosen in October to represent Cyprus.
The Australian Perth-based band Voyager will represent Australia at the international song contest.
Band members Simone Dow, Scott Kay, Danny Estrin, Ash Doodkorte and Alex Canion will take their song Promise to the Eurovision competition in Liverpool.
Australia has in the past been represented by Jessica Mauboy, Isaiah Firebrace, Guy Sebastian, Sheldon Riley, and Dami Im.
In 2016, Im sang for Australia in Sweden. Performing her song, Sound of Silence, and she went on to second place, the highest an Australian has been placed in the contest.
In November, SBS announced that the artist chosen to represent Australia will, from now on, revert to an internal selection process, which picked participating artists between 2015-2018.
After 2018, the selection process went to a public vote, through the SBS selection show, Eurovision – Australia Decides.
Watch Lambrou sing his choice for Eurovision.