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To Party Tis Zois Sou, (in Greek) Το Παρτυ της Ζωης Σου, (Literally: "The Party of Your Life") is a popular Greek television show. Directed by Maria Platanou and hosted by Akis Pavlopoulos, the show features fun dancing and singing.

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