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Andrew Lambrou says ‘post-Eurovision depression is real’ after representing Cyprus

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Australian singer Andrew Lambrou says ‘post-Eurovision depression is real’ after representing Cyprus with song Break A Broken Heart

He took the world stage by storm last week after representing Cyprus in the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest with his tune Break A Broken Heart. 

And Australian singer Andre Lambrou is now experiencing the inevitable low that follows a career high, telling fans ‘post-Eurovision depression is real’ in a candid Instagram post. 

The handsome crooner, 24, shared a photo of himself posing for a moody photo shoot in front of a graffiti-covered wall on Saturday, adding the caption: ‘So I’ve discovered that post Eurovision depression really is a thing.’ 

He completed his post with the hashtags #nofear, #eurovision, and #takemeback. 

Fans rushed to congratulate the former X Factor contestant on his triumphant achievement at reaching the Eurovision grand finals, with one commenting: ‘You did amazing Andrew, you should be so proud of yourself.’ 

Andrew Lambrou, 24, (pictured), the Australian-born pop singer who represented Cyprus at Eurovision, has revealed he's experiencing the inevitable low that follows a career high, telling fans 'post-Eurovision depression is real' in a candid Instagram post

Andrew Lambrou, 24, (pictured), the Australian-born pop singer who represented Cyprus at Eurovision, has revealed he’s experiencing the inevitable low that follows a career high, telling fans ‘post-Eurovision depression is real’ in a candid Instagram post

‘You really deserve the best and can’t wait to see what’s next for you!’ another added.

Sydney-based Andrew, whose parents are Greek Cypriots, represented Cyprus at Eurovision this year but failed to crack the top ten.

Australia’s entrant Voyager meanwhile managed to land in the ninth spot with its synth-rock anthem Promise. 

The handsome crooner shared this photo of himself posing for a moody photo shoot in front of a graffiti-covered wall on Saturday, adding the caption: 'So I've discovered that post Eurovision depression really is a thing'

The handsome crooner shared this photo of himself posing for a moody photo shoot in front of a graffiti-covered wall on Saturday, adding the caption: ‘So I’ve discovered that post Eurovision depression really is a thing’

Sydney-based Andrew, whose parents are Greek Cypriots, represented Cyprus at Eurovision this year but failed to crack the top ten. (Andrew is pictured performing at Eurovision)

Sydney-based Andrew, whose parents are Greek Cypriots, represented Cyprus at Eurovision this year but failed to crack the top ten. (Andrew is pictured performing at Eurovision) 

Cyprus wasn’t Andrew’s first choice for Eurovision representation, as he was a contestant in the Australia Decides competition in 2022.

He finished seventh out of a field of 11 entries with his song Electrify, and ended up scoring 51 points in total.

Since then, Andrew has landed three hit singles and signed record deals with Panik Records, in Greece, as well as City Pop Records.

Andrew first rose to fame on The X Factor Australia in 2015. (Pictured on the show)

Andrew first rose to fame on The X Factor Australia in 2015. (Pictured on the show) 

Andrew won early success at 17 after signing a deal with Sony Music Publishing.

He first first rose to fame on The X Factor Australia in 2015, making it to the top twenty before being eliminated.

Eurovision 2023 was hosted by the UK on behalf of Ukraine, whose Kalush Orchestra claimed victory last year. 

Booking.com is the Official Travel Partner of Eurovision, and has provided accommodation for thousands of fans who travelled to Liverpool to view the show live. 

‘Booking.com is proud to play a role in making it easier for millions of Eurovision fans to come together and celebrate Europe’s most popular and diverse music event, demonstrating that unity comes in a variety of forms in both music and travel,’ said Arjan Dijk, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at Booking.com. 

The former X Factor contestant had participated in try-outs to represent Australia last year

The former X Factor contestant had participated in try-outs to represent Australia last year 

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