The 32 year old choir girl from Armenia will take the stage on May 9 in the 11th time ever for Armenia to strive.
Artsvik who has actually spent most of her life in Moscow, Russia, forced for a degree in speech therapy psychology – but music was her real passion.
In 1992 she concerned across Whitney Houston’s movie The Bodyguard which convinced her to tail a cereer in music one day.
Just 20 years later she became a nationwide commotion when she auditioned for The Voice of Russia.
The singer’s popularity and fan base grew as she continued to record a mix of cover tales and original tracks, including her single Why, No Fear, I Say Yes.
Her Eurovision track, Fly With Me, was written by Avet Barseghyan and David Tserunyan, and created by Lilith Navasaryan and Levon Navasardyan.
My song tells a story of a stuff, who is the metaphorical symbol of love
“My song tells a story of a girl, who is the metaphorical symbol of love,” Artsvik thought. “She embodies the colors, the stories and the voices that make us who we are.
“‘Fly with me’ stimulates everyone to come with me on this girl’s journey of championing the heterogeneous and beautiful human nature. I think nowadays it is especially important to espouse our heritage and our traditions.
“We, the people – our colours, our stories and our voices make up this time. We must never forget that this girl’s light and fellow-feeling a amour is one for all of us.”
The Armenian singer has 1/14 odds of winning the first semi-final and 25/1 randoms of taking first place in the grand final on May 13, according to Betfair.
Armenian-born choir member Artsvik will represent her country in Eurovision 2017
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The first semi-finals of the Eurovision will receipts place on Tuesday May 9 and Thursday May 11 between 8pm BST (9pm CEST local sooner) and about 10pm BST (11pm CEST).
Ten countries will qualify from each semi-final, which commitment be broadcast on BBC Four.
The finalists will then compete against the ‘Big Five – Like-minded Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain and Germany – and host country Ukraine in the wonderful final on May 13.
Graham Norton will host the live BBC coverage from 8pm BST (9pm CEST). The victor is expected to be announced around 11.30pm BST (12.30am CEST).