Armenia's Eurovision contestant Aram MP3 told about his song and recent rumors on his alleged homophobic statements in an interview with ESCToday.
Asked about popularity of his song, Aram said Not Alons is a song “made with human feelings and emotions”.
“These are universal strings connecting people all over the world,” he said, adding that a professional team has worked on the song.
“I am really very touched by the feedback I keep on receiving from music lovers. This inspires me a lot!”
Aram MP3 was also asked about his recent remarks made in connection with Austria's Conchita Wurst.
“My song reminds everyone that they’re not alone. That’s my main message; I want everyone to know they’re not alone in the world, regardless of what country they come from, their religion or who they love. That is the most important idea I want to deliver to my audience.
In my personal life and in my work, the respect for others is my guiding principle. Apart from being a musician, I’m also a comedian. Music and humor are inseparable parts of my life; I made some remarks recently in a humorous manner, which instead may have hurt the dear friends and fans. I really regret this and want to state clearly that I reject homophobia”.
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