Just a while ago this evening Stefania released an Eurovision remix of her ESC 2020 entry , Supergi!rl , featuring a more uptempo beat in its orchestration.

Back in February Stefania Liberakakis, was internally selected by the Greek broadcaster, ERT, to represent the country at Eurovision 2020. Composers of the song are Dimitris Kontopoulos and Arcade while the team of its lyricists includes Dimitris KontopoulosArcade and Sharon Vaughn .

Stefania’s remix of her ESC entry maitains its  contemporary uptempo pop and ethnic elements while a more upbeat dance rhythm is added to the initial version, adjusting the song to the Greek summer dannce mood. Its music video include new shots of Stefania in addition to some parts of the story that unfolds in the first music video.

Listen below to the new version of the Greek ESC 2020 entry:

About Stefania

Stefania Liberakakis was born 17 December 2002 in Utrecht, also known simply as Stefania, is a Greek–Dutch singer, actress, voice actress and YouTuber.

Stefania is no stranger to the Eurovision family! In 2016 as member of the group  Kisses she represented The Netherlands in στην Junior Eurovision 2016 performing the song  Kisses and Dancin which came 8th.

Earlier, in 2013, Liberakakis was a contestant in the third season of The Voice Kids in the Netherlands. She joined Team Borsato after her blind audition, but was eliminated in the battle rounds. She then joined the children’s choir Kinderen voor Kinderen, which she left after two years.

In 2018, Liberakakis released her first solo single named “Stupid Reasons”. In 2019, she released three more singles: “Wonder”, “I’m Sorry (Whoops!)” and “Turn Around”.  From 2018 onwards, she stars as Fenna in the TV-series Brugklas (English: The First Years) and the movie Brugklas: De tijd van m’n leven. She also starred in other Dutch movies, including De Club van Lelijke Kinderen (as singer) and 100% Coco New York (as Lilly).[

In June 2019, she performed a cover of the song “Con Calma” (together with Konnie Metaxa and Ilenia Williams) at the MAD Video Music Awards, which was broadcast on Greek television.

Stefania will represent Greece in next year’s Eurovision Song Contest after ERT’s decision to continue their collaboration after this year’s cancellation of Eurovision 2020.