Greece in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2007

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Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2007
Country Greece
National selection
Selection process60% Televoting
40% Jury [1]
Selection date(s)21 October 2007 [2]
Selected entrantMade in Greece
Selected song"Kapou Mperdeftika"
Finals performance
Final result17th, 14 points
Greece in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest
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Greece selected its Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2007 entry by a national final, held on 21 October 2007. It was hosted by Marion Michelidaki, and the winners were Made in Greece (credited by their real names, as Suzan, Stefani & Anna Trepekli, Andromachi & Sofia Yfanti) with the song Kapou Mperdeftika.[3]

Before Junior Eurovision[edit]

ERT did not publish the complete results for the national final. The winner was announced with an envelope at the end of the national final.[2]

Songs[edit]

Draw Artist Song English Translation
1 Mikaela Zampetani "Onira" Dreams
2 Anna-Polymnia Provadou "Ena vlemma sou mono" Your glance only
3 Stergios Pertsinidis "Efhi" Wish
4 Sofia, Krystallia, Menia & Maria "An ego imoun magos" If i was a wizard
5 Athina Spanidou "Ola esy" All is you
6 Maria Rigopoulou "Imaste oloi paidia" We are all children
7 Christina & Konstantina "Tromazo" I get scared
8 Made in Greece "Kapou mperdeftika" Got mixed-up
9 Theodora Katsikoyianni "Panta tha agapo" Always i will love
10 Marianna Malantzi "Hronia Mathitika" School years

At Junior Eurovision[edit]

On the night of the final, held in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Made in Greece performed 15th, after Malta and before Lithuania. They ended 17th out of 17 countries, collecting 14 points. Their only points (excluding the 12 points given to all countries at the start of the voting) came from Cyprus.[4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fotis Konstantopoulos (21 October 2007). "Oikotimes review - Live from Athens" (in Greek). Retrieved 28 June 2011.
  2. ^ a b Fotis Konstantopoulos (21 October 2007). "Oikotimes review - Live from Athens!". Retrieved 28 June 2011.
  3. ^ ERT Online (21 October 2007). ""Kapou mperdeftika" to Rotterdam!" (in Greek). Archived from the original on December 13, 2007. Retrieved 28 June 2011. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  4. ^ ERT Online (8 December 2007). "Humanitarian final" (in Greek). Archived from the original on December 12, 2007. Retrieved 28 June 2011. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)