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Биография Helena Paparizou (Елена Папаризу)
Елена родилась 31 января 1982 в Буросе, Швеция в семье иммигрантов Ефросини и Георгиса Папаризу. Отец Елены родился в греческом городе Волос, а мать родом из Кардицы. У неё также есть брат Динос и сестра Рита. С детства у неё были проблемы с дыханием, от которых она страдает и сейчас. В 7 лет начала играть на фортепиано, а в 13 поняла, что хочет быть певицей. В 14 лет она уже была членом группы «Soul Funkomatic», в которой помимо нее входили ещё три ребенка. Когда ей было 16, группа распалась и Елена решила уехать из родительского дома. Но мать сказала, что она слишком юна, чтобы покидать дом. В 1998, когда 13 её друзей погибли на вечеринке в Гётеборге сгорев, она вновь попросила мать о переезде. И вновь получила отказ. Потеряв всех своих друзей, она решила прекратить петь. В 1999 один из диджеев попросил её записать демоверсию песни «Opa-Opa». Так как слова в песне были написаны для мужчины, она записала эту песню вместе с другом детства Никосом Панайотидисом. После очень успешного релиза дебютного сингла «Opa-Opa» (получившего впоследствии статус "золотого) семнадцатилетняя Елена вместе Никосом объединяются в группу «Antique». Они заключают контракт со шведской звукозаписывающей компанией Bonnier. Группа обректает популярность в Греции и на Кипре, исполняя песни в жанре современной лаики. В 2001 году группа становится представителями Греции на Евровидении. Группа с песней «(I would) Die for you» занимает 3 место, что до победы Елены в 2005 являлось самым высокой позицией для Греции на этом конкурсе. Только Сакис Рувас в 2004 году смог повторить успех Antique. Сингл с конкурсной песней стал платиновый. Также был проведен промо-тур по многим странам. Получив успех в составе группы, Елена решает покинуть группу и начать сольную карьеру. Елена заключает контракт с компанией Sony Music Greece. Спустя некоторое время выходит её первый сольный сингл Anapantites Klisis в декабре 2003 (позже был перезаписан в английской версии I Don’t Want You Here Anymore). Эта песня была написано специально для Елены греческим певцом Кристосом Дантисом. Сингл позже получил статус золотого. Зимой 2003—2004 выступала в ночных клубах с Антониосом Ремосом. Весной того же года выпустила дебютный альбом 'Protereotita' много песен с которого стали хитами, а сам альбом получил статус платинового. В 2004—2005 выступала в ночных клубах с Сакисом Рувасом. В 2005 она была вновь приглашена представлять Грецию на Евровидении. На этот раз сольно. На национальном отборе она представила 3 песни: My Number One, Let’s Get Wild и OK, My Number One победила в результате телеголосования. Также была песня The Light in Our Soul, но она была дисквалифицирована, так как уже исполнялась ранее. Она перезаписала свой дебютный альбом Protereotita, новое издание которого включало песни с национального отбора и балладную версию (Ehis Kero na Mou Feris) Louloudia 16-трековый альбом был выпущен во многих странах под названием My Number One. 21 мая 2005 Елена заняла первое место на конкурсе песни Евровидение 2005, набрав 230 баллов. Осенью того же года она выпустила сингл Mambo!. Он 10 недель был 1 греческом чарте и стал платиновым. В апреле 2006 он был также выпущен в Швеции и был распродан более чем 25,000 копиями. Она также переиздала свой дебютный альбом в третий раз. На третьем диске были английская и греческая версия Mambo! и три новых песни на греческом языке. 12 апреля 2006 Елена выпустила второй альбом на греческом под названием 'Iparhi Logos', который позже стал платиновым. Он включал 11 треков и песню Mambo!. Три трека были выпущены как синглы. 20 мая оны выступила на сцене Евровидения исполнив My Number One на открытии и Mambo! в интервал-акте и вручила награду группе Lordi. Немного позже сингл Mambo! был выпущен и в Швеции, где вошел в 5 чарта. Он также был выпущен в Швейцарии, Польше, Турции, Австрии и Испании. Также Mambo! был выпущен в других странах, включая Китай, Японию, Канаду, Бельгию, США. 10 августа сингл My Number One, включавший 10 ремиксов был выпущен в США. Дебютный альбом на английском 'The Game of Love' выпущен также и в Южной Африке. 6 песен на нем были переведены с греческого, а 6 были написаны специально для нового альбома. Песня с нового альбома под называнием To All The Heroes была избрана гимном XIX чемпионата Европы по лёгкой атлетике. В начале 2007 Елена стала лицом компании Nokia в Греции. 21 января 2007, в Каннах, Елена получила награду как одна из артистов, получивших успех сразу же после выпуска первого альбома. Весной она выпустила саундртек Mazi Sou, который стал большим хитом в Греции. В мае она перезаписала Iparhi Logos как Iparhi Logos: Platinum Edition. Он включал новый CD-сингл Fos и хит Mazi Sou. Второй сингл с этого альбома Min Fevgeis был выпущен 23 апреля. Елена также выпустила Fos отдельным CD-синглом. CD-сингл Fos занял 2 место в чарте и за 12 недель стал золотым. Елена номинирована на 5 наград Mad Video Music Awards. Включая Лучшее поп видео (Gigolo), Лучшее женское видео (Gigolo), Видео года (Gigolo), Артист года и Лучшие декорации в видео (An Eihes Erthi Pio Noris). Она выиграла Лучшее женское видео и Лучшие декорации в видео. Также она номинировалась на 4 награды Cyprus Music Awards, включая Лучшая певица, Альбом года, Греческие продажи альбомов and Международные продажи альбомов. Также Елена записала кавер-версию шведской песни, выпущенной в 1996 под названием 3 is a magic number. Осенью Елена записала песню To Fili Tis Zois, ставшую саундтреком к фильму одноименным названием. Он несколько недель держался на первом месте греческого чата iTunes. Также эта песня заняла первое место в Nielsen Greece Top 20 Chart. Она также спела дуэтом с Николисом Агиалисом для его альбома Nikos Aliagas & Friends : Rendez-Vous. В рамках рекламной акции Nokia она также записала песню под названием Ola Ine Mousiki. 12 июня вышел её новый альбом Vrisko To Logo Na Zo, также в поддержку альбома Елена начала промо-тур по крупным греческим городам. Первый сингл Porta Gia Ton Ourano выпущен 8 апреля 2008 Второй, I Kardia Sou Petra, начал звучать на радио со 2 июня 2008. 22 декабря вышел третий сингл Pirotehnimata. В пяти номинациях Mad Video Music Awards номинирована Елена. Песня To Fili Tis Zois в трех категориях: Лучшее поп-видео, Лучшая артистическая игра, и Лучшее видео от женской исполнительницы. Песня Mazi sou и Zilia Monaksia Feat. Nikos Aliagas» в категориях «Лучшая артистическая игра» и «Лучший дуэт» respectively. Оны выиграла «Лучшее видео» и «Певица года». Альбом стал золотым в Греции через неделю после релиза. 25 Декабря на Рождество скончался Георгис Папаризу, отец Елены.
Biographi Helena Paparizou in English
Elena Paparizou was born on 31 January 1982 in Borås, Västergötland, Sweden, the youngest child of Greek immigrant parents Georgios Paparizos and Efrosini "Froso" Paparizou.Her parents both originate from the Karditsa region, with her father being from a nearby village, Toxias. She has a sister named Areti, known as "Rita" and a brother Konstantinos, known as "Dinos". Paparizou's mother had moved to Borås in 1960 and worked in factories, while during a trip back to her hometown she met Paparizou's father and they got married. The two moved to Borås in 1970. In 1985, the family moved to Greece to live in Volos with relatives because Paparizou suffered from asthma and her lungs could not endure the cold Scandinavian climate. They returned after two years when the problem was resolved, thereon living in the town of Örgryte, Gothenburg. Because of this early move, Paparizou spoke Greek as a first language. As a child, she did not hang out with many Swedish children, and attended a Greek-language school. Throughout childhood, she continued suffering from breathing problems, was once rushed to the hospital because of them, and felt like she had left her body at least twice. She continues to suffer from the issue and often carries an inhaler onstage for when she loses her breath. Paparizou became interested in the arts at a young age and her parents soon involved her in singing, dancing and acting training in combination with her academic studies at school. At age seven she began lessons in piano, ballet and traditional dances. She performed for the first time in front of a Greek audience at age 11 singing Christos Dantis' "Moro Mou". By age 13, Paparizou had realized she wanted to become a singer and decided to take a serious approach in preparation for it, her first experiences being with Greek music. At the age of 14, Paparizou formed her first group Soul Funkomatic with three Hispanic teenagers and only played hip hop music, and saving money to record songs; two years later the group disbanded. On 29 October 1998, 13 of Paparizou's close friends died in the Gothenburg nightclub fire during a hip hop party that left 63 people dead and more than 200 injured. Paparizou had begged her mother to let her go to the party, but was not allowed to attend. After losing her friends, Paparizou decided to abandon singing, and she started classes at the Art Performing School where she studied theater, acting, television and directing. In 1999, some DJ friends of her brother's asked her to make a demo of the Notis Sfakianakis hit "Opa Opa". Paparizou told them that the lyrics are for a man, so she asked to sing it with childhood friend Nikos Panagiotidis, whom she had met through her siblings at a Greek diaspora celebration in Stockholm. At that time, some record producers were undergoing a project to sign a duo consisting of a male and a female that would sing covers of traditional Greek hits, finally coming in contact with Paparizou, who recommended Panagiotidis; they formed Antique and were signed to newly-formed independent label Bonnier Music,settling on the name because it left an impression of being "classic" and "timeless". Paparizou admitted that Greek music had been something of an acquired taste for her, and that the name "Antique" was probably a reflection of her childhood impression of it being something rather distant and old-fashioned; something that she only really associated with her summer vacations in Greece. Their debut single "Opa Opa" became a hit in Sweden and eventually entered the top ten in Sweden and Norway, making them the first act to enter into the Swedish top five with a song sung in Greek. Their later singles "Dinata Dinata", "Follow Me" and "Moro Mou" also charted well. Despite being relatively unknown in Greece, the duo entered the national final to be Greece's representatives in the Eurovision Song Contest 2001 in Copenhagen, Denmark with the song "(I Would) Die for You", written by Nikos Terzis with lyrics by Antonis Pappas, placing joint first, but being named the winners by default as they had won the public vote. The song placed third in the actual contest with 147 points; although equaled by later entries, it was the best placing Greece had ever received until Paparizou won the contest as a solo artist in 2005. The song went on to become their biggest hit in Greece, reaching Platinum status, while it peaked at number three in Sweden, and charted elsewhere. Antique's success in the contest led to them earning recognition in Greece and working there for the rest of their career. In continuation, they recorded four studio albums that achieved mild success, performed a small European tour, and collaborated with artists such as Katy Garbi and Slavi Trifonov. Following their course as Antique, Paparizou and Panagiotidis decided to pursue solo careers, although Paparizou maintained that the duo had not disbanded, but rather was taking a break. After Antique disbanded in 2003, Paparizou signed a solo recording contract with Sony Music Greece and released her debut single "Anapandites Kliseis", written by singer-songwriter Christos Dantis. The single was a double A-side with "Treli Kardia" and peaked at number one on the Greek Top 50 Singles Chart, eventually earning a Gold certification. The video of "Anapandites Kliseis" won her a MAD Video Music Award for Best Dance Video out of two nominations, while she performed a duet of the song with Dantis at the ceremony.During the winter of 2003-2004, Paparizou appeared as an opening act for Antonis Remos and Giannis Spanos at the Stadio Piraios nightclub. On 25 August 2004, she released her debut solo album, Protereotita from which "Anditheseis", "Katse Kala" and "Stin Kardia Mou Mono Thlipsi" were released as singles, earning mild radio success; however, the album earned her her first Arion for Best Female Pop Singer out of three nominations, and also won two MAD awards for Best Female Video ("Katse Kala") and Best Direction for (Giorgos Gavalos for "Treli Kardia") out of six nominations.Originally, the album received mixed reviews and earned only mild success, however both critical and commercial reception improved after Paparizou's Eurovision win the following year; to capitalize on the success, it was reissued as Protereotita: Euro Edition in single and double disc format, while it was released as a compilation in some European countries as My Number One and spinning off three singles ("My Number One", "The Light in Our Soul and "A Brighter Day"), peaking at number one, three and 24, respectively, in Sweden, and charting to lesser extent elsewhere.However, the album itself was not overly successful, peaking at number 13. "My Number One" charted in a number of countries and was released in the United States by Moda Records with remixes in August 2006, peaking at number eight on the Bilboard Hot Dance Club Play chart. The Euro Edition became Paparizou's first album to reach number one and earned her another Arion for Best Female Pop Singer, with "My Number One" peaking at number one on the Singles Chart, being certified Platinum, and becoming her first number-one airplay hit, while "The Light in Our Soul/To Fos Sti Psyhi" peaked at two. Paparizou released a new CD single "Mambo!", peaking at number one on both the Singles Chart for 10 weeks and gaining Platinum status, as well as the airplay charts, remaining her most successful single to date. The CD single itself was the second highest-selling single of the year, surpassing her Eurovision-winner "My Number One". She performed "My Number One" at the MAD VMAs in 2005 and in 2006 was awarded three honors for Best Pop Video ("The Light in Our Soul"), Best Video by a Female Artist ("My Number One"), and Artist of the Year ("Mambo!"). The album was reissued for a third time as Protereotita: Euro Edition + Mambo! in November, marking its fifth release; it was finally certified double Platinum in 2006, recognizing over 87,000 copies sold, while it reached Platinum status in Cyprus. In 2007, Paparizou was awarded with a European Border Breaker Award at the Midem Festival in Cannes, France for the international editions of her debut album, recognized by the European Union as one of the year's ten new artists to have success with their debut albums abroad. In promotion of the album, Paparizou was the opening act to the spring 2004 season show at Thalassa, sharing the stage with three other young artists, Apostolia Zoi, Nino and Thanos Petrelis, followed by performing as the opening act at Fever for Sakis Rouvas and Giorgos Mazonakis for the winter season. Paparizou ended up spending more time in Greece, and after a long selection process led by national broadcaster Hellenic Radio and Television (ERT), she was internally selected as Greece's representative in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 in Kiev, Ukraine after approaching the network. Paparizou had not been an original choice of the broadcaster, who had been trying to secure a high profile artist and thus she was viewed as a possible back-up when the other deals were not materialized. She expressed that at the time, no-one had wanted her to participate in Eurovision. The song "My Number One", composed by Dantis with lyrics by him and Natalia Germanou, was chosen by both the jury vote and televote in the Greek national final as the entry, defeating "Let's Get Wild" and "OK"; the fourth song, "The Light in Our Soul", was disqualified due to being released prior to the deadline. Although her first name had previously always been spelled "Elena", Paparizou chose to promote herself as "Helena" as her Eurovision appearance approached, citing for it to stand out from other names that are popular in other countries; thus the spelling with the H has since been used on all non-Greek promotions and releases, although she has since stated that she prefers to be known as "Elena".[ Paparizou went on tour across Europe to promote the song and performed it on 21 May wearing a dress designed by Roberto Cavalli, with choreography by Fokas Evangelinos, and backing vocals provided by Alex Panayi, winning the contest for Greece for the first time in history with 230 points and tyeing the record for most "12 points" (10) received in a single contest up to that point. The Eurovision success significantly contributed to her career as a new artist and opened up new performance opportunities. On July 14 she performed at the birthday gala of Princess Victoria of Sweden where during her performance of "The Light in our Soul", Paparizou ascended from the stage to greet the royal family. When she reached King Carl XVI Gustaf, instead of a handshake he got up to embrace Paparizou, causing controversy for putting his hand on Paparizou's back, lower than what is socially acceptable. The Royal Court later issued a statement that his hand slipped. She subsequently toured Europe, performing in all countries that gave her 12 points, while a brief tour of North America and Australia for the Greek diaspora with Nikos Kourkoulis followed. She also became the ambassador of the Greek Ministry of Tourism. Paparizou stated that should she ever consider doing anything Eurovision orientated again it would have to be for her birth country of Sweden, since she already had her turn with Greece. After serving as an opening act on numerous occasions, Paparizou performed as a main act at Fever for the 2005-2006 season. In January Paparizou was one of 25 artists who participated in the group Simmeteho Energa in the recording of the charity single "Eho Ti Dinami", which was released as a CD Single in support of the Greek Cancer Society. Paparizou was one of eight main vocalists. Paparizou's second album, Iparhi Logos, was released in Greece on 12 April 2006 to good critical reception. In promotion, Paparizou performed the title track at the Arion Music Awards. The album, a two disc set, contained both previously released material and live recordings from her MAD Secret Concert held in December 2005 in honor of her Eurovision win, being the first edition of the series. The album peaked at number one in both Greece and Cyprus and generated three hit singles ("Iparhi Logos", "Gigolo" and "An Ihes Erthi Pio Noris"), being certified Platinum after seven months for 40,000 copies and also reaching Platinum in Cyprus. A cover of Celine Dion's "Just Walk Away" was released as a promo single, while the Greek version of "Mambo!" was also included. Paparizou won MAD VMAs for Best Video by a Female Artist ("Gigolo") and Best-Dressed Artist in a Video ("An Ihes Erthi Pio Noris") out of five nominations and also opened the show singing "Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In" and "Min Fevgeis"; the album was also nominated for two Cyprus Music Awards in 2007, where she also performed. The album was reissued in February 2007 as Iparhi Logos: Platinum Edition to include Paparizou's number one hit "Mazi Sou", one of two songs she contributed for the soundtrack of the television series of the same name, "Fos" from the Barbie kai I Dodeka Vasilopoules soundtrack released in 2006, and her newest hit single, a cover of Voula Georgouti's rebetiko "Min Fevgeis", which reached number two. Prior to the reissue, the singles were also released on the EP single Fos, which reached number 1 on the Greek Top 50 Singles Chart and was certified Gold, making it her fourth consecutive number-one hit on that chart. On May 20, 2006, Paparizou opened the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 in Athens with "My Number One" and later performed "Mambo!" to promote her song internationally, however, ERT ran commercials during the performance and thus it was not broadcast in many nations. Paparizou's song "Heroes" was the official song of the 2006 European Athletics Championships in Gothenburg, where it was performed at the event. The single was released in Sweden and Finland, becoming her second number-one hit in the former. Following Eurovision, Paparizou expressed interest in beginning an international career and her debut English-language album The Game of Love was released on 25 October 2006 and was followed by releases in 14 countries covering Europe and South Africa by April 2007, although this was much less than had been expected in hopes of kicking off an international career. In Greece and Cyprus, the album went to number one and received Platinum certifications. "Teardrops", a number-one hit, was released as the first Greek single from the album, as "Mambo!" and "Gigolo" were previously released on Iparhi Logos, as was much of the album's material. The album failed to chart in many countries, peaking at 18 in Sweden and becoming her least successful album there since Antique's debut Mera Me Ti Mera. Thus her label cancelled many of the foreign releases. "Mambo!" charted in Sweden at number 5 and became Gold,while it was also released in five other countries and promoted by others. A new video was filmed for the song that was targeted towards a broader audience. The song charted in a few countries, but its success was limited outside of Sweden, with no official European release date being announced. The single failed to make any impact on any major market. It was also planned to be released in the United States by Moda, however, as it and the others from The Game of Love did not earn much success outside of Sweden, the release of "Mambo!" in the US became an aborted project. The third international single was planned to be "The Game of Love" and was scheduled for an April 2007 release but was cancelled due to the album's lack of success, and also since her latest "Gigolo" was not overly successful, peaking at number 11, her second lowest charting single in Sweden, and failing to chart well elsewhere. As of early 2007, Paparizou became the spokesperson of Nokia Greece, her previous sponsor, and released the song "Ola Ine Mousiki" in October 2007 for promotion.She also collaborated with retailer Plaisio and released a limited edition MP4 player called "MP4 Total Helena" (2GB) by Turbo-X, containing a special compilation and music videos, being additionally released as "TH4" MP4 in 2008 to include her new album material and exclusive content. She released a cover of Blind Melon's "3 Is a Magic Number" in Sweden as part of a television advertisement for a mobile phone company; it peaked at number 18, while she also was featured on TV presenter Nikos Aliagas song "I Zilia Monaksia", a cover of the Pascal Obispo hit "L'envie d'Aimer", for his album project Rendez-Vous. She also released the song "To Fili Tis Zois" for the soundtrack of the film of the same name, reaching number one for five weeks and becoming her most successful airplay single, as well as one of the most successful songs of the late 2000s. It was nominated for four MAD VMAs, winning Best Pop Video, while she won Artist of the Year for "Mazi Sou", while "I Zilia Monaxia" also picked up a nomination, totalling six nominations in 2008. The single was the first digital single to be certified Gold in Greece since the marketing trend became popular in 2006. Paparizou released her fourth album, Vrisko To Logo Na Zo on 12 June 2008. The album generated four singles, "Porta Gia Ton Ourano", "I Kardia Sou Petra", "Pirotehnimata", and "Eisai I Foni". The music video of "Pirotehnimata" won Paparizou two awards at the sixth MAD Video Music Awards for Best Pop Video and Video of the Year and was nominated for Sexiest Video, while "I Kardia Sou Petra" won for Female Artist of the Year and "Porta Gia Ton Ourano" was nominated for Artist of the Year. Paparizou promoted a more rock-inspired image for the album, which differed from her previous pop/laïko style. However, the album and its concept received mixed reviews. The album was certified Gold in its first week, eventually peaking at number one and being certified Platinum after three months and becoming overall the second best-selling album of the year in both domestic and mixed domains; in Cyprus it peaked at two and was certified Platinum. In June, Paparizou opened the MAD Video Music Awards 2008 with a remix of "Porta Gia Ton Ourano" with Madonna's 4 Minutes" and was featured in the performance of hip hop group Stavento of their hit "Mesa Sou"; both songs were released as digital downloads and promo singles in promotion of the album, while Paparizou's duet version of Spanish group Chambao's single "Papeles Mojados" received some play in Spanish clubs. She then embarked on her To Party Arhizei tour, her first national tour, from 2 July to 19 September. The finale of the tour, set for Herakleion, Crete three days later, was cancelled due to whether conditions and Paparizou substituted the concert with two shows in October 2009 at the club Anadromes. It grossed 192 thousand attendants over 29 locations, selling out the Thessaloniki venue. Following the tour, the album was reissued as The Deluxe Edition in December and featured a video of the show titled Live in Concert, which was also available individually. A further reissue of the album set to include Paparizou's newly recorded material (including the new single "Tha 'Mai Allios" and MAD Secret Concert tracks) was scheduled for the fall 2009, but this was shelved when the singer opted to record a new studio album for 2010. Paparizou was featured on the Bonnier soundtrack project Alla Himlens Änglar, released in August, where she contributed her first Swedish-language songs: "Allt jag vill" (Everything I want) and "Genom krig och kärlek" (Through war and love). On 23 October 2008, she was one of the artists featured in a concert at the Siemens Arena in Vilnius, Lithuania that was attended by approximately 10 thousand people, while from 30 October to 9 April she once again appeared alongside Paschalis Terzis at Iera Odos with Manos Pirovolakis as the opening act. From 14 May to September, Paparizou was the main act at Thalassa: People's Stage, a concert-themed club stage, which had recently become more popular in Greece and was a first for the singer. 15.50 and Stavento served as supporting acts; after a brief intermission, the show was resumed with the latter being replaced with Loukas Giorkas. Paparizou returned to the stage of MAD Secret Concerts on 26 May, the eighth edition of the series, featuring acts like 15.50, De Niro, Dimos Anastasiadis, Giorgos Sabanis, and Mironas Stratis, with a video release titled MAD Secret Concert Vol.II being released in the fall. Paparizou went on hiatus in the winter season to spend time with her mother in Sweden and record her new album. An English-language album had also been announced for 2009, however, those plans did not materialize because of her father's sudden death, although three songs have been recorded, one of which is a tribute to him. Paparizou's fifth studio album Giro Apo T' Oneiro was released on 29 March and generated the singles "Tha 'Mai Allios", "An Isouna Agapi", and "Psahno Tin Alitheia". The song "Tha 'Mai Allios", which was released a year before the album, served as the singer's first advertisement for soft-drink Ivi's and won her an MTV Europe Award for Best Greek Act, placing her in the preliminary nominations of Best European Act, missing the official nominations by one spot by finishing sixth The song's video also won the MAD Video Music Award for Video of the Year and was nominated for Best Pop Video, while "An Isouna Agapi" won the award for Sexiest Video and received nominations for Female Artist of the Year and Artist of the Year. For its release, Paparizou embraced the new marketing trend of singers releasing their studio albums in Sunday newspapers, and did so by releasing it with the 28 March edition of RealNews. Two weeks following its release Paparizou's press and other media outlets announced that through physical sales and the newspaper shipments the album had achieved sales high enough to be certified 11 times platinumunder the new sales thresholds, denoting shipments of at least 132 thousand. Although it was reported that the album had sold a combined total of 140 thousand units, newspaper sales are not taken into consideration by IFPI, and thus it remains uncertified, standing as her least successful album to date. Paparizou and Onirama embarked on their joint Fisika Mazi Tour beginning on 30 June at Theatro Petras as part of the Stone Festival in Petroupoli
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