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Sophie Gelovani


Quick Facts

Sopho Gelovani

31 March 1983

🇬🇪 Georgian

National Selection
Georgian final 2013

In Eurovision
2013 Malmö

Waterfall (2013, with Nodi Tatishvili)


Sopo Gelovani (born March 21, 1983 in Tbilisi, Georgian SSR, USSR) is a Georgian pop singer. She completed her studies in Spanish at the Ilya Chavchavadze State University’s Faculty of Foreign Languages. She also graduated from the Zakaria Paliashvili State Conservatory, specializing in operatic singing.

Since 2000, she has participated in numerous international competitions in countries like Moldova, Russia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, earning many awards and recognitions.

In 2005, she returned from the “Slavianski Bazaar” competition with an award. In 2008, while in Moscow, Russia, she was honored as the best female performer of romance songs.

In 2009, she became involved in the community project “Jesotarita”.

She gained fame in Georgia as a participant in the casting show Geostar, the Georgian version of Pop Idol. In 2010, she made it to the final and finished second overall.

In 2012, she took part in an international festival in Germany, where artists from around the world performed. The festival was dedicated to campaigns against violence and racism.

She released a music video for her song “Khorumi”.

In December 2012, the Georgian broadcaster SSM decided that Gelovani, along with Nodi Tatishvili, should compete in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö. They chose the song “Waterfall” by Euphoria’s composer Thomas G:son. Gelovani and Tatishvili reached the ESC final with the song and finished in 15th place.

Also in 2013, alongside Nodiko Tatishvili, she represented Georgia in the Eurovision Song Contest. They reached the final and were awarded the international press’s choice award for their song “Waterfall”.

In 2014, she and Nodiko Tatishvili won the main nomination for Song of the Year for their song “Waterfall” at the Golden Wave awards ceremony organized by Radio Holding Fortuna.

In 2017, she participated in the show “Dancing with the stars”. She also secured first place in the project “10+10” (representing Armenia and Ukraine). She took part in another project named “Two Stars”.

Sopho and Nodi Tatishvili hosted the Georgian national final for the Eurovision Song Contest in 2017. In November of the same year she released the song “France Tango”. It was followed a month later by “ase arasdrots…”. In November 2018 her song and video “Gadamrie” were released.

In 2019, Sopho won the Golden Wave award by Radio Holding Fortuna for best radio song. It was for the song “Cold hands”. A new video, “L’amour” was released in March 2020.

Together with Nodi Tatishvili she recorded the song “Sad imalebi”, which was released in July 2023.


Waterfall (& Nodi Tatishvili)

🇬🇪 Georgia



Thomas G:son

Thomas G:son
Erik Bernholm

Martin Kagemark
Johanna Beijbom
Lisette Vares Uhlmann

Results Semi

Points: 63
Position: 10
Running order: 15

Results Finals

Points: 50
Position: 15
Running order: 25