Macedonian representative Jana Burcheska was part of the first and oldest Eurovision party in London, recently. The party was held at the renowned Café de Paris in the heart of London, 21 eurovision singers were singing, and also Eurovision winner Ruslana and Conchita. Jana was one of six contractors selected to provide a statement for the most popular morning show “Good morning Britain”, and also Jana was guest in London TV, reciting poems by John Keats.
The singer, after this event, perform at the second edition of Israel Calling, where she promoted the new version of “Dance Alone”. This version is the official for stage performance in Kiev. Jana in Israel met Dana International, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1998, and Dana invited her on a stage, to dance together.
The tour ended with the participation of the official eurovision party Eurovision in concert, in Amsterdam, supported by the EBU, where this year featured a record number of performers; as 35 of the 43 countries.