Could Greece's former Eurovision winner be returning to Eurovision? According to TV Ethnos, the artist is seriously considering a return back to the competition.
The two time participant, who first participated for Greece back in 2001 with the group 'Antique' with, " (I Would) Die For You" placing joint fourth, then returned back in 2005 to win the competition with "My Number One" has given an interview to TV Ethnos where she said,
"Eurovision isn't over for me, and a third participation in the future is still in my mind"
The singer clearly has grand designs in winning the Eurovision crown for a second time. Certainly, this is not the first time the talented singer has set her thoughts on Eurovision again. Back in 2014, she entered the Swedish selection process, and came fourth with the song "Survivor" at the Melodifestivalen. The singer is very popular in Sweden, having her roots there as well as Greece.
Even last year she was tipped to represent Cyprus, where she was approached by CyBC to be the countries representative with the song "Fuego", which was ultimately picked up by Eleni Foueiria who came second in Lisbon. Helena was sent the demo but it unfortunately leaked. Of this she said,
"It was bad that the demo leaked. It wasn't right. It's not nice either for me or Eleni. She was brilliant, and should have won this years Eurovision".
Even at the time the song writer of "Fuego" Alex P, as well as the senior executives from Cyprus were very eager for Helena to be the countries representative.
With Helena Paparizou eager to do Eurovision, who would she represent? Who do you think she should represent? Would you like to see her for a third time? Let us know in the comments below.