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Love Island Star Antigoni Buxton Seeks Greece’s Eurovision Bid

ATHENS – Love Island star Antigoni Buxton, who actually can sing even if in an itsy-bitsy teenie weenie bikini, said she wants to represent Greece in the Eurovision contest in 2023 in Liverpool, as she lives in the United Kingdom.

She has Greek and Cypriot heritage and the contest has seen foreigners represent countries they don’t live in and Buxton has submitted three songs and traveled to Athens to show off her … talent.

Her favorite song is “an up-tempo, powerful, fiery and romantic track with both Greek and English lyrics,” she told the British newspaper The Daily Mail. “Combining modern sounds and Hip-hop production with Greek traditional sounds and melodies is my style,” she said.

“I’m so proud of my Greek roots and my goal as a musician is to share Greek sounds and culture with the world,” she said.

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