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Sophia Patsalides to represent Cyprus

21 July 2014 at 14:04 CEST

Say hello to the newest name on the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014 participants' list: Sophia Patsalides!

The 13-year old hails from Cyprus' capital, Nicosia, and we can also being you details of her song. "I pio omorfi mera" is the title of the entry she will sing in Malta, which means "The most beautiful day. It has been co-written by Alex Panayi, Stavros Stavrou, and Sophia Patsalides herself. The song will be performed in Greek, but will also have some lyrics in English. In charge of the choreography and staging will be Charis Savvas.

Speaking about their return to Junior Eurovision, a CyBC press release read: "Cyprus promises an exciting return to the Junior Eurovision Song contest, believing in the talent of Sophia and of course the writing skills of Alex Panayi (Cyprus 1995, 2000) and Stavros Stavrou who have written a number of hits together the past two years, including two musicals for young viewers and their families that have been a huge success in Cyprus."