THE MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN IN EUROVISION 2010
May 19 2010
Eva Rivas, who is nominated as the most beautiful woman in the
2010 Eurovision Song Contest, may well be the winner of this year’s
competition taking it to Armenia for 2011. Here is why.
Describing her first rehearsal in Oslo OIKOTIMES’ writer Lilian Brunell
writes how she was impress by the song Apricot Stone that Rivas will
sing presenting Armenia. Brunell writes referring to Apricot Stone:
"it’s a song that goes immediately into my hearth and it feels so
genuine! I think this entry will apply to the TV-viewers.
An apricot will of course be on the stage." Then she continues that
"Eva has already been appointed as the most beautiful woman in ESC
2010 and she definitely has the tallest hair of the contest."
Considering that Eva Rivas has been leading in charts, she may have
a great shot at becoming the 2010 Eurovision winner.
We reported earlier that there will a little magic on the state and
that an apricot stone (bit) will become a tree. On May 27 she will
have her first performance.
After Eva’s rehearsal the director of the Armenian delegation Diana
Mntatsakanyan said that she was very pleased by Rivas’ performance.
Eva said her song is about a love of motherland and not only about
love to Armenia, but rather a love toward a motherland for any person
in the world.
* Watch Eva Rivas’ First Eurovision Rehearsal
Eva had a very interesting promotion tour leading to the Eurovision
2010 contest. She traveled in many European countries and wherever
she went she planted an Apricot tree as a reminder for her song and a
symbol of Armenia. Apricot has a national symbolic meaning in Armenia.
Today reports surfaced in the Armenian media that a famous duduk
player Jivan Gasparian will play the duduk part during Eva’s
performance. Gasparian’s performance has been featured in such
Holliwood movies like Gladiator and Seige. Has been nominated for
Grammy and has raise a generation of Duduk players like Pedro Eustache,
who is one of the lead musicians working with Yanni.
By the way, speaking of Yanni. Eva Rivas is half Greek. Some observers
say her beautiful song may earn her the support of Greek voters