PaparizouForum wrote:Eurovision fan site escflashmalta.com covered the re-opening of Paparizou Forum back in January via an article posted on their website:
In 2005, Helena Paparizou won the Eurovision Song Contest with the song My Number One on behalf of Greece, having already represented the nation in 2001 as part of the group Antique with the track Die For You. As another international competition beckons, Helena is hoping to represent Sweden this time round and complete a hat trick of participations. In support of her music career, her fans all over the world have created a forum where they could share their opinions and post comments in relation to the singer/songwriter.
Paparizou Forum can be access through http://www.paparizouforum.com and features news, discussions and projects in English with dedicated sections in Swedish and Spanish in order to meet the large fan base of Helena Paparizou. The extensive media archive is a great place for any fan or collector. There is also a wide range of other topics of discussion that are non-Helena related on the forum so there truly is something for everyone. Paparizou Forum is a place where you can make great friends from all around the world. The forum, initially created in 2006 has just undergone a massive revamp.
Helena Paparizou is currently busy preparing to make her debut in Melodifestivalen, where she is set to compete with Survivor co-written by Bobby Ljunggren, Henrik Wikstrom, Karl-Ola Jkellholm and Sharon Vaughn on the 1st February 2014. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the latest news about this years' selection in Sweden whilst we also urge you to follow the official facebook page of Helena Paparizou for more details about her current career, based in Sweden and managed by the Lionheart Music Group.
Written by Amy Grech
Source: http://escflashmalta.com/index.php/musi ... -paparizou
We wish to say thank you to escflashmalta.com and Amy Grech for covering our re-opening and for their kind words. We had no idea about it hence the late discovery of this article. Better late than never though!
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