Eurovision 2022: Tania Breazou rumoured to be a contender for Cyprus

September 14, 2021

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Eurovisionfun have reported that Cypriot singer Tania Breazou could be a potential contender for Eurovision 2022, with Cyprus’ 1998 participant, Michalis Hatzigiannis, to be the composer of the song. However, at this stage, these are only rumours.

The site goes on to say that Michalis Hatzigiannis has received a proposal to work on Cyprus’ Eurovision 2022 entry, but that he will make a final decision when he finishes his tour.

"Our life has taught us “never say never”, but it is not something I have in my mind immediately. I lived it, of course it does not mean that you can not do it again, but I have nothing else to tell you. I never say no…"

Michalis Hatzigiannis

They also report that Panik Records will once again be behind Cyprus’ Eurovision entry. The record label has previously worked with Eleni Foureira in 2018, Sandro in 2020 and Elena Tsangouri in 2021. Tania Breazou is currently signed to Panik Records, and has previously expressed an interest in performing at Eurovision.

"I have been watching Eurovision since I was little. I always sat in front of the TV and watched all the songs with admiration. I have imagined myself singing at Eurovision. So you understand that I am interested…. Good song, good production and directing and good team are among the key things that would make me accept such a proposal."

Tania Breazou is a 22 year old Greek-Romanian singer. In 2016, she participated in series 4 of X Factor Greece, where she made it to the semi finals, mentored by Cyprus’ Eurovision 2019 entrant, Tamta. More recently, she was crowned the winner of the Greek version of Your Face Sounds Familiar.

Michalis Hatzigiannis is a Greek Cypriot singer and record producer from Nicosia. His career began in 1998 when he represented Cyprus at Eurovision with “Genesis”, finishing in 11th place. Since then, he has gone on to release a multitude of singles and albums, and has toured extensively around Cyprus and Greece.

Would you like to see Michalis Hatzigiannis back at Eurovision as a songwriter? What are your thoughts on Tania Breazou as Cyprus’ representative? Let us know in the comments below!

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