Greek composer, Dimitris Kontopoulos, along with other two members of the “Dream Team”, Ilias Kokotos and vocal coach, Alex Panayi, have been in Moscow the last couple of days. Mainly for business this time, as according to our information, they arrived in Russia in order to record the 2019 Eurovision entry.
Of course, while staying in Moscow, Dream Team’s members had the opportunity to meet Philipp Kirkorov and Ani Lorak, where along with the Estonian candidate in Eesti Laul, Uku Suviste, who participates in Russia’s The Voice (in Ani Lorak’s team), attended the premiere of the film “Granny of Easy Behavior-2”.
Dimitris Kontopoulos, through his Instagram, posted a photo from the studio, where they recorded the Russian entry in the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest, without revealing of course yet the name of the aritst who will sing the song in Tel Aviv.
Despite the rumours about a possible return of Sergey Lazarev, nothing has so far been confirmed by the Russian broadcaster, which is postponing the official announcements to the New Year.