The show “Kalytera de Geida” aired on Saturday afternoon a small excerpt from the biographical documentary “Faith”, which premiered on ANT1+ on December 31 and is dedicated to the life of Nikos Oikonomopoulos.
In the documentary, the well-known singer talks – among other things – about his personal life and confesses that his paternal instinct has kicked in. At the same time, he also refers to the moment he was moved during his concert in Patras.
“The paternal instinct has struck. I don’t know when it will happen, I don’t know. I can’t plan it. And while I’m generally on a schedule, I have a schedule in my life for everything, I haven’t put a schedule on this one,” the singer said.
“I will have a family whenever God wants. The years didn’t take me either. We live in the era where flirtation love has been lost. There is only carnal pleasure. I like this, the most romantic, the most traditional,” said Oikonomopoulos, adding: “Woman is life… We all came from one woman”.
About the moment he was moved during his concert in Patras, he confesses: “I always think about the past. I carry it. I live with the past, both the bad and the good times. I saw my father, my mother. You know, the mind doesn’t stop, especially mine, thinking. And I wanted to share it too. Why was I hiding?”
“Do I have any reason to hide my emotion? Did I tease someone? Barely. They were the people who brought me to life and I went back in time and thought about all that I have lived. It’s not a little.”