Eleni Foureira Burned Barcelona! With a surprise cover of “Lo Malo” and her own Fuego

The Hellenic Singer that finished second in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest Performed Saturday in  Safari Club, one of the first dates on her recently started a European tour, That added another date in the city for the 30th of June.

Hundreds of people attended to the club as they said “exclusively  to see her”. the people started to arrive at midnight but people had to wait till 3:00 Am for the show to start with some previous dance numbers, and some minors incidents for security and health  issues (by the number of people). Eleni hit the stage at 03:00 am. as the lyrics said “Burning it up” and making the crowd going “High High High yeah!”.

Starting with Fuego, Eleni sang some of her Songs like “reggaeton” “Gigi Paradiso” and “Tranquila”. But one of the most surprising moments was when she had been performing  a mix of different covers when the Artist performed the 3rd place of the Spanish national selection and current number one hit in Spain “Lo malo” by Aitana and Ana Guerra,  Song that she had expressed in her previous visit to Spain that should have represented Spain in  Eurovision and she wouldn’t have thought twice on picking it as a single or a Eurovision bid.


Much fun, dance, sparkles (with an outfit of Vrettos Vrettakos and her unmistakeable Eurovision stilettos) and a LOT of hair flipping the singer performed for all her Catalan fans.

Eleni did not say goodbye to the crowd once but twice since the crowd was claiming for one last song.  she left by telling them “See you very soon on the 30th of course in my Barcelona”.



1 Comment
  1. beccaboo1212 says

    That’s great, but I’m still waiting for the following to happen:

    * Albania, Italy, and Ukraine all confirming Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018 participation
    * Bulgaria changing their minds about returning to Junior Eurovision
    * Israel and Spain both returning to Junior Eurovision

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