Stefania released her new single “An Kapou Kapou M’ Agapas”, which means “If You Sometimes You Love Me”. The song is composed by Daniël van der Molen, Dimitris Kontopoulos, Eleni Giannatsoulia, Elke Tiel, Stas Swaczyna and Stefania Liberakakis.
Stefania was born on 17 December 2002 in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
Her first public performance was in 2013 when she auditioned for the Dutch version of The Voice Kids. Stefania managed to reach the battles, where she was eliminated. After that, she joined a kids’ choir for two years. In 2016, she teamed up with Kymora Sade and Sterre Koning and represented the Netherlands at the junior version of the contest with the song “Kisses and Dancin”. The song placed 8th in a field of 17. After that, she pursued a solo career with her first solo single being released in 2018. However, she is not only a singer. Stefania has participated in a Dutch TV show and she is a YouTuber. Stefania is of Greek descent.
In 2020, the Greek broadcaster internally selected Stefania along with her song “Superg!rl”. After the cancellation of the contest, it was announced that she will sing in the 2021 version of Eurovision. Between her two Eurovision entries, she released a single titled “Friday”.
Her 2021 entry “Last Dance” was composed by Dimitris Kontopoulos, ARCADE and Sharon Vaughn. The entry placed 10th with 170 points at the final of the contest.
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