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Greece in the OGAE Video Contest

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Member stationERT (2003–2013)
NERIT (2014–)
Participation summary

Greece has participated in the OGAE Video Contest 11 times since 2003, and hasn't never withdraw from the contest. Greece's best place was 4th in 2006 with Nikos Mihas' "Simadia Kairou" and the worst place was 14th in 2008 with Fillipos Pliatsikas and MC Yinka "An Tha Borousa Ton Kosmo Na Allaza".[1]


Year Artist Language Video Title Final Points
2003 Sakis Rouvas Greek "Ola Kala"
(«Όλα καλά»)
6 97
2004 Despina Vandi and Phoebus English "Come Along Now" 10 52
2005 Eleftheria Arvanitaki Greek "Os Ta Xaramata"
(«Ως τα χαράματα»)
9 47
2006 Nikos Mihas Greek "Simadia Kairou"
(«Σημάδια καιρού»)
4 89
2007 MPLE Greek "Ton Idio To Theo"
(«Τον ίδιο το Θεό»)
11 46
2008 Fillipos Pliatsikas and MC Yinka Greek "An Tha Borousa Ton Kosmo Na Allaza"
(«Αν θα μπορούσα τον κόσμο να άλλαζα»)
14 17
2009 Cyanna English "Shine" 13 17
2010 Giorgos Alkaios Greek "Dos Mou Ligo Fos"
(«Δως μου λίγο φως»)
5 73
2011 Helena Paparizou English "Baby It's Over" 5 63
2012 The FaDes English "Won’t Let Go" 7 63

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