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Cyprus has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 39 times since making its debut in 1981. Cyprus’ first entry was the group Island, who finished sixth. The country has never won, with the best result a second-place finish from Eleni Foureira in 2018. Between 2006 and 2013, Cyprus failed to qualify from the semi-final round six times, before withdrawing in 2014. On 14 July 2014, CyBC officially confirmed Cyprus’ return to the contest for 2015, with the country then qualifying for the final every year since, a streak that lasted until their non-qualification in 2022. Cyprus once again returned to the final in 2023.
Andromache Dimitropoulou, known professionally as Andromache and sometimes Andromachi, is a Greek singer who represented Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 with the song “Ela”.
She was born to Greek parents in Siegen, Germany where she lived before moving to Greece at the age of 10. While studying German philology in Athens, she started singing in music scenes at Lechaina, Elis and Gazi, Athens.
In 2015, she participated in the second season of The Voice of Greece, where she was eliminated at the second live show.
|1||Popular||Eric Saade||2011 Sweden|
|3||Comme Ci – Comme Ca||Evridiki||2007 Cyprus|
|4||Ela Ela||Constantinos Christoforou||2005 Cyprus|
|5||Never Forget||Greta Salome & Jonsi||2012 Iceland|
|6||Perfect Life||Levina||2017 Germany|
|7||Trip To Mars||Levina||2023 Non Contest|
|8||Bandido||Azucar Moreno||1990 Spain|
|9||Stay||Monika Linkyte||2023 Lithuania|
|10||Better Love||Katerine Duska||2019 Greece|