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Examples of "bekatorou"
In album, Maria Bekatorou sang with Popi Maliotaki the song "You Think So".
The host for all the seasons of the show is Maria Bekatorou
Sofia Bekatorou (; born 26 December 1977 in Athens), is a Greek sailing champion.
In the Athens Olympic closing ceremony in 2004, Emilia Tsoulfa with Sofia Bekatorou participated in the extinguish of the flame
The trailer of the season featured a man transforming to Madonna and singing ""Like a Virgin"" while Bekatorou says: "It's coming and it will change our Sundays".
The host of the show was Maria Bekatorou and all four judges were replaced by Katerina Papoutsaki, Petros Philippidis, Stamatis Fasoulis and Nikos Moutsinas.
The host of the show was Maria Bekatorou and the four judges will be Elli Kokkinou, Stamatis Fassoulis, Fotis Sergoulopoulos and Nikos Moutsinas.
At the 2016 Summer Olympics, he competed in the Nacra 17 Mixed event. His partner was Sofia Bekatorou. They finished in 18th place.
At the beginning of the show, Bekatorou performed the songs "Roz Bikini" and "Pame Gia Trelles Stis Seychelles" by Polina. During her performance, Polina herself joined her and continued performing together.
At the Olympic Games of 2004 in Athens, Emilia won the Gold medal in the sailing competition / Women's double-handed dinghy event in the 470class with her pair Sofia Bekatorou.
The host of the show was Maria Bekatorou and the four judges were Alexandros Rigas, Gerasimos Gennatas, Katerina Gagaki and Bessy Malfa. Dafni Bokota was a guest judge at the fifth live.
The host of the show was once again Maria Bekatorou. Bessy Malfa, Katerina Gagaki and Alexandros Rigas returned as judges for the season while Gerasimos Gennatas was replaced by Takis Zaharatos.
At the beginning of the show, Bekatorou performed the songs "Genghis Khan" by Lakis Jordanelli and "Ksafnika m'agapas" by The Idols. In the second song, she was accompanied by Tonis Sfinos.
Virginia Kravarioti (; born April 27, 1984 in Athens) is a Greek sailor. She won the bronze medal in the women's yngling class with Sofia Bekatorou and Sofia Papadopoulou at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, People's Republic of China.
Sofia Papadopoulou (, born November 19, 1983 in Athens) is a Greek sailor. She won the bronze medal in the women's yngling class with Sofia Bekatorou and Virginia Kravarioti at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, People's Republic of China.
The trailer of the season started airing on February 20, 2014 and it featured an older woman doing her groceries and running into famous figures such as Elvis Presley, Madonna and Michael Jackson. At the counter was the host of the show, Maria Bekatorou, who the woman recognized and told her "Your face sounds familiar".
Morgan coached Sofia Bekatorou and Emilia Tsoufla (Greece) to an Olympic Gold Medal in the Women's 470 Class in 1992. He also coached Luke Patience and Stu Bithell (Great Britain) to an Olympic Silver Medal in Men's 470 Class in 2012.
At the beginning of 2006, released the second album entitled " Alli mia fora ". Among the successful songs of the album, the songs: "Alli mia fora", "Erotas isouna", "Amartimata" and "Gineka monadiki". Surprise in the album is the duet with Popi Maliotaki and the presenter Maria Bekatorou. In the summer of 2007, the album becomes gold from Yiasoo.com.
Bekatorou was the first female flag bearer for Greece in the history of Summer Olympics at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, participating in the Olympic Games for the 4th time. She and partner Mike Pateniotis competed in the Nacra 17 event. They finished in 18th place.
Alexandros Nikolaidis won a second olympic silver medal, Vasileios Polymeros was second after his third place in Athens (along with Dimitrios Mougios), while the golden medalist of 2004 Sofia Bekatorou led the yngling class team to the third place. Hrysopiyi Devetzi was third, but eight years later (2016) she was disqualified by IAAF and the IOC and had her Olympic bronze medal annulled due to stanozol use.