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Georgia sends Anri Jokhadze – I’m A Joker

Georgia debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007. In this year’s national final, selected by a mixture of televoting and ‘expert’ jury, Anri Jokhadze took the victory with the song I’m A Joker. For the first time ever, Georgia’s Eurovision entry will be performed partly in Georgian language.

I’m A Joker is composed by Rusudan Chkhaidze, with lyrics by Bibi Kvachadze, and will be performed in the 2nd semi-final on 24nd May, at starting position #12. It’s Georgia’s 5th entry to the ESC.

Read more and check out the video clip…

Georgia debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007. In this year’s national final, selected by a mixture of televoting and ‘expert’ jury, Anri Jokhadze took the victory with the song I’m A Joker. For the first time ever, Georgia’s Eurovision entry will be performed partly in Georgian language.

I’m A Joker is composed by Rusudan Chkhaidze, with lyrics by Bibi Kvachadze, and will be performed in the 2nd semi-final on 24nd May, at starting position #12. It’s Georgia’s 5th entry to the ESC.

Check out the video clip:

About Anri Jokhadze

Anri Jokhadze is the first male Georgian singer ever to represent Georgia in the Eurovision Song Contest. In Baku, the artist will perform his pop song I’m A Joker.

Anri Jokhadze is famous as a pop singer in his country. He was born on November 6th, 1980 in Georgia. Anri Jokhadze currently lives and works in Tbilisi. 31 years old artist is famous and loved by Georgian audience for his powerful voice with great range (4 octaves) and his distinctive artistic talent.

In Baku, Anri Jokhadze will perform the song I’m A Joker composed by Rusudan Chkhaidze.

For more information on Anri Jokhadze please visit www.eurovision.tv

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