Synonyms for savvidakis or Related words with savvidakis

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Examples of "savvidakis"
The twelfth episode aired on June 8, 2014. The winner was Giannis Savvidakis with 23 points. Savvidakis chose to give the money from the audience voting to the foundation "Grammi Gia To Paidi".
The ninth episode aired on May 11, 2014 and the winner was Giannis Savvidakis with 24 points. Savvidakis chose to give the money from the audience voting to the foundation "Grammi Gia To Paidi".
The fourth episode aired on March 30, 2014 and the winner was Giannis Savvidakis with 22 points. Savvidakis chose to give the money from the audience voting to the foundation "Grammi Gia To Paidi".
The last show was aired on June 15, 2014 and the winner of the season was the singer Giannis Savvidakis.
Due to the theme of the night, three of the contestants, who participated in the past in the Eurovision Song Contest, sang their entries; Sophia Vossou sang "I Anixi", Giannis Savvidakis sang "Apopse As Vrethoume" and Eleftheria Eleftheriou sang "Aphrodisiac".
"Apopse as vrethume" (Greek script: "Απόψε ας βρεθούμε", English translation: "Let's Meet Tonight") was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1989, performed in Greek by Fani Polymeri and Yiannis Savvidakis.
In May 2003, Ble started their summer tour all over Greece with thousands of fans. Inn November they started a collaboration with Giannis Savvidakis and C:Real in Avaton Live while at the same period they released the CD-single “"Den Xereis Poso"” which reached No6 in the Greek charts.
It was succeeded as Cypriot representative at the 1989 Contest by Fani Polymeri and Yiannis Savvidakis with "Apopse As Vrethume". Cyprus was disqualified from the 1988 Contest, at which they would have been represented by Yiannis Demetriou with "Thimame (San To Rock 'N' Roll)".
Furbaz performed 18th on the night of the contest, following Cyprus's Fani Polymeri and Giannis Savvidakis singing "Apopse As Vrethume" and preceding Greece's Mariana Efstratiou singing "To Dhiko Su Asteri". The song received 47 points, placing 13th in a field of 22.
"Nacida para amar" was performed sixteenth on the night, following France's Nathalie Pâque with "J'ai volé la vie" and preceding Cyprus's Fani Polymeri & Yannis Savvidakis with "Apopse As Vrethume". At the close of voting, it had received 88 points, placing 6th in a field of 22.
The thirteenth and final live aired on June 15, 2014 and the winner of the show was Giannis Savvidakis. The income from the audience voting for the final, was divided in ten equal parts and was given to all ten foundations that the contestants were representing during the thirteen live shows.
Tis Ellados ta Paidia () is a Greek comedy television series that was aired for two seasons (1993-1994 and 1994-1995) by ANT1 TV. The series was created by Dimitris Venizelos and it stars Giannis Bezos, Chrysoula Diavati, Nikos Alexiou, Kostas Evripiotis, Yannis Savvidakis, Dimitris Fragioglou, Yannis Kapetanios and others.
In May 2002, Ble released their fourth studio album “"Sta Mavra Eho Ntithei"” which received an amazingly good response. The album produced two singles: “"Piano Fotia"” and “"Den Thelo"”. The track “"Piano Fotia"” reached No1 in the Greek charts for months and became probably the biggest hit of the band. In the album they worked with Giannis Savvidakis who performed the trank ‘"Thimamai"”.
The second season of the show premiered on March 9, 2014 on ANT1 and the contestants are five women and five men; Eleftheria Eleftheriou, Sophia Vossou, Betty Maggira, Sophia Kourtidou, Vanessa Adamopoulou, Giannis Savvidakis, Lefteris Eleutheriou, Costas Doxas, Aris Plaskasovitis and Pantelis Kanarakis.
In the semifinals, the four contestants with the highest cumulative scores from all 12 weeks were announced and were the ones to compete in the finals. The four finalists were; Giannis Savvidakis with 239 points, Pantelis Kanarakis with 216 points, Costas Doxas with 208 points and Lefteris Eleftheriou with 194 points. It was also the last time the judges were going to score the contestants since the winner is decided only by the audience.
Many artists recorded songs written by Christoforou: Anna Vissi with the hit "Erimi Poli" in 2003 from her double platinum album Paraksenes Eikones, Giannis Parios with Agapi Mou in 2003, Stamatis Gonidis in his CD with Antio, Giannis Savvidakis with "Ti na sou po", Andreas Ektoras with "Ksimeromata", Stella Georgiadou with "Pes to" and "Akoma mia mera xorista" (lyrics by Zinonas Zintilis), and Eirini Merkouri with "Den exoume tipota pia na poume". He wrote two songs for Katerina Stasini with whom he had worked in the past. One of the songs was “Tou kosmou ta mikrofona”.