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Cyprus Eurovision entrant takes to contest’s stage

cyprus: andrew lambrou "break a broken heart"
Andrew Lambrou on stage

Australian Cypriot singer Andrew Lambrou, who will represent the island at the 67th Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool on May 11, made his debut on the stage of the M&S Bank Arena on Tuesday during rehearsals for the show.

The singer appeared on stage – to perform Break a Broken Heart – wearing a black sleeveless outfit with an open neckline. He also sported a necklace with a cross, a gift of from grandmother, and a bracelet gifted by state broadcaster CyBC for good luck.

During his performance, a waterfall and flames appeared on the LED screen behind him. The performance also included pyrotechnics.

The artistic directors of Lambrou’s performance are Marvin Dietmann and Ross Nicholson. His second technical rehearsal is scheduled for Friday at 12.30pm Cyprus time.

Lambrou will perform during the second semi-final of the competition. He will be the sixth singer to perform.

Both the first and the second semi-final, which will take place on May 9 and May 11, as well as the final on May 13, will be broadcast live at 10pm Cyprus time on CyBC1, Riksat satellite broadcast, Rik HD and on radio Trito.

Lambrou, from Sydney, took part in The X Factor Australia in 2015, reaching the top 20. In 2022, he competed in Eurovision – Australia Decides with the song Electrify, finishing in seventh place with 51 points.


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