December 12, 2019

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Teo, the male singer/songwriter who will represent Belarus with the song Cheesecake at this year's edition of the Eurovision Song Contest took to his Official Twitter Feed this morning to answer some fan-related questions pertaining to his participation in the second semi-final where he will be competing alongside Malta.

escflashmalta.com took the liberty of asking him a direct question with regards to both Firelight and the song Coming Home written by Richard Edwards Micallef, the lead vocalist. He was extremely supportive of the entry, indicating similar ideas to those passed by the foreign media in recent days. Malta whose odds have shortened since rehearsals have begun are set to open the second semi-final. Teo on the other hand will perform towards the latter half of the show, being allocated in slot number #10.

On behalf of editorial team at escflashmalta.com, we would like to thank Teo for his surprise input with regards to the Maltese entry and wish Belarus the very best of luck with their performance on Thursday night. This portal will be running a LIVE Micro-Blog through Facebook and Twitter featuring guests; Karen DeBattista, Simon Casey and Christabelle whilst senior editor, Antoine Farrugia will co-ordinate on behalf of the team. Stay tuned!

Source: Teo's Official Twitter Feed, Daniel D'Anastasi o.b.o PBS/TVM (Image)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Qe7YmYgowM

Belarus, not one of the most successful countries to compete in the Eurovision Song Contest, having only managed qualification on three occasions; Work Your Magic sung by Dmitry Koldun in 2007; Butterflies performed by 3+2 in 2010; and Solayoh choreographed to perfection by Alyona Lanskaya in 2013. A national final held during the course of the evening determined their representative for the next international spectacle, that being TEO with the song, most presumably being Cheesecake, the one performed during the selection.

BTRC, the public broadcaster in Belarus did not contemplate the possibility of a first place tie, something that happened and had to be quickly addressed as both the participants and the viewers were growing anxious to see which act had garnered the maximum points. As each jury member was asked to re-declare his vote, it was TEO and his entry Cheesecake which managed to overcome Max Lorens & Didyulya and the song Now You're Gone. The winning artist resembles both Pasha Parfeni and Robin Thicke, in looks and music genre. A music video for the entry has already been shot and is very much based on the latters’ worldwide hit, Blurred Lines. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the latest news.

Source: BTRC

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtHpONWYEps