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Evdokia Kadi (2008)
|Birth name||Evdokia Kadi|
|Genres||Pop, Modern Laika|
Evdokia Kadi (Greek: Ευδοκία Καδή) (born 1981 in Nicosia, Cyprus) is a Greek Cypriot singer who represented Cyprus at the Eurovision Song Contest 2008, with the song "Femme Fatale". She was eliminated in the second semi-final on May 22 and therefore did not make it to the final.
She started her singing career in 2001 at the University of Cyprus. Since then, she has taken part in many concerts in Cyprus and abroad alongside several Greek and Cypriot singers and performers. She is also a member of the CyBC orchestra.
Following her performance at Eurovision, Kadi went to Greece in August where she performed with Nikos Kourkoulis at Poseidon nightclub. She is planning to release her debut album in December 2008.
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- "Cyprus: Evdokia Kadi to Belgrade with Femme fatale". ESCToday, January 12, 2008. Retrieved April 18, 2008
- ""Femme Fatale" για την Κύπρο".(Greek) MAD TV, January 14, 2008. Retrieved April 18, 2008
- "Get to know Evdokia Kadi (2008)".(Greek) Oikotimes, January 13, 2008. Retrieved April 18, 2008
- Anastasiou, Andreas (2008-08-21). "Cyprus: Evdokia Kadi leaves Cyprus". ESCTime. Retrieved 2008-08-24.[dead link]
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