Alika. Born to sing
On May 11, before the broadcast of the second Eurovision semi-final, the ETV+ channel will show a documentary film about the representative of Estonia in the song contest - Alika Milova.
Alika started singing at a young age in Narva and moved to Tallinn specifically to improve her skills. Now the winner of Estonia's main music TV shows, Alika Milova, has traveled to Liverpool for Eurovision 2023.
Her life, family and special creative path will be told in a new documentary produced jointly by the editors of ETV and ETV+.
Prior to the broadcast of the second semi-final, ETV+ will show a documentary about the singer Alika (Alik Milova), who became the winner of the national selection competition Eesti Laul 2023.
Alika is a girl from Narva with great talent and will to great success. The Estonian Public and Legal Broadcasting (ERR) prepared a documentary about Alika, which was worked on by two teams at once - the Estonian-language editorial office of the ETV channel, led by Heleri All, and her Russian-speaking colleagues from the ETV + channel, led by Alexander Hobotov.
"Alika. Born to sing" - this is the name we chose for our film, - said Alexander Khobotov. - And this is absolutely true. For the first time I met an artist for whom the stage is an innate passion, not an acquired skill. And this is Aliki's strength: a God-given talent, multiplied by a fantastic capacity for work."
What kind of music did Alika grow up with and why did she decide to move to Tallinn? What role did her parents play in her development as a world-class singer? What advice does her sister Valeria give to Alika, who has made a career in television dance shows? You will learn about everything about this from the film "Alika. Born to sing."
She started singing at a young age in Narva and moved to Tallinn specifically to improve her skills. Now the winner of the main music TV shows in Estonia, Alika Milova, is heading to Liverpool for Eurovision 2023. See her life, family and special creative path in a new documentary produced jointly by the editors of ETV and ETV+.
Estonia placed a respectable eighth in Saturday night's Eurovision Song Contest grand final in Liverpool, England, thanks to Alika's song "Bridges."
By jury vote alone, Alika, full name Alika Milova, finished even higher, in fifth position, and she also took maximum points from the jury in neighboring Latvia.
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