Greek Gods of the Modern Day
Sexy Greek Gods
Say hello to the modern day sexy Greek Gods - today's popular hot Greek stars, with their swarthy good looks and tanned toned torsos (try saying that in hurry!)
Modern Day Adonis - Sakis Rouvas
Sakis is one of Greece’s most popular pop stars.
Born in 1972 on the Greek island of Corfu, Sakis became a teen idol in 1992 at 20 years of age and was followed everywhere by crowds of screaming teenage girls.
Today he’s matured into a sexy 36 year old and still draws in the crowds and is one of Greece’s biggest stars.
His career and popularity received a huge revival in Greece in 2004 when he sang “Shake It’ for Greece in the Eurovision Song contest and came in third place.
Greece Eurovision 2009
Sakis Rouvas and Eurovison Song Contest 2009
Sakis will once again represent Greece in this year's Eurovision in Moscow 2009.
Apart from coming in third place for Greece in 2004, Sakis Rouvas presented the Eurovision Song Contest in 2006, when Athens hosted the event after winning in 2005 with Helena Paparizou's "My Number One".
The Greece entry song for Eurovision in Moscow 2009 is called "This is Our Night ", and is composed by Dimitris Kontopoulos.
"This Is Our Night" Greek Eurovision Entry Moscow 2009
Antonis Remos - a huge star
Antonis Remos is probably THE biggest star today in contemporary Greek pop music.
Born in 1970 in Düsseldorf, West Germany to Greek parents, they returned to their native city of Thessalonik in Northern Greece when Antonis was 10 years old.
He quickly emerged as one of Greece’s premier stars In 1996 with the release of his self-titled debut album, Antonis Remos.
A ‘good guy’ with a cute smile, Remos is game for a laugh and he’s appeared on a couple of TV shows where his sunny personality shines through.
Another popular hot young Greek star.
Giorgos Tsalikis studied for 6 years at medical school in Bucharest and returned to Greece in 1999. He also returned to his first love, music, and released his first album in 2001 which was a huge success in Greece.
His popularity continues to rise. Too cute !
Listen to ...
One of my favourite Greek songs "Ela na Me Teleiosis" by Remos.
You can hear it in the video below.
I have done a translation to the words of this song, but my unpoetic soul can do it no justice. However I may even make a (joke) hub about it!