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Greece to 'Rise Up' in upcoming Eurovision contest

Freaky Fortune and RiskyKidd will be representing Greece at the upcoming Eurovision 2014 song contest. Their winning, English-speaking song, “Rise Up,” was among four competing tunes in a live televised show on Tuesday evening.

The 59th Eurovision Song Contest takes place in Copenhagen in May.

About 170 million viewers from over 40 countries are expected to tune in to watch the semi-finals on May 6 and 8, leading to the final which is scheduled to take place on May 10.

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ekathimerini.com , Wednesday March 12, 2014 (12:04)  
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