• Kyriakos Tsinivits

Andrew Lambrou to represent Cyprus at Eurovision 2023


Andrew Lambrou / Photo credit: SBS Eurovision

The Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation (CyPB) has announced that Andrew Lambrou will be representing Cyprus at Eurovision 2023 in Liverpool.


The singer is of Cypriot descent is no stranger to the Contest, he previously entered 'Eurovision - Australia Decides' with the electro-banger 'Electrify'.



Andrew's 2023 participation is part of a collaboration between CyPB, Panik Records of Greece and City Pop Records of Australia, and while no song details have been revealed as yet.


The young singer songwriter is from Sydney and is an Australian with a Greek Cypriot family background.


Across all his social media platforms, he has well over a million followers. His most popular platform is on TikTok, where he has over 681 thousand followers and amassed a staggering 6.8 million likes from his videos.


He has also racked up hundreds of thousands of streams on Spotify, from his four single releases, over 2021-2022.


You can read all about Andrew Lambrou in our profile article here.



Cyprus debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest back in 1981 with the Island performing ‘Μόνικα’ finishing up in 6th place. Over the years Cyprus managed to reach fifth place three times firstly in 1982 with Anna Vissi’s ‘Μόνο η αγάπη’ and then again in 1997 with Hara & Andreas Constantinou ‘Μάνα μου’ and again in 2004 with Lisa Andreas’s power ballad ‘Stronger Every Minute’. It wouldn’t be until 2018 when Cyprus would get its best result yet when Eleni Foureira stormed Eurovision Song Contest with her runner up placed epic banger ‘Fuego’.


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