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Eurovision News Review:

* Details revealed about the stage in May
* Lynn Chircop wins 2003 edition of the Malta Song for Europe
* Estonian Eurolaul: Closest race ever
* Malta Song for Europe 2003 festival kicks off
* Singer dies at wheel of car
* Artist change in Greek national final
* Mini madness
* www.cyclingnews.com – the world centre of cycling
* Malcolm Roberts died after heart attack

Details revealed about the stage in Mayesctoday.com
“We have done many technical tests and have ordered special materials even from England to test them”, she said. She added that stage will be technically very complicated. First time in the history of Eurovision Song Contest the green room will be placed exactly above the stage. ?mite explaines: ” Nobody is going to run along the corridores when called. Also no elevator will be used. The solution will be different. ” Related polls.

Lynn Chircop wins 2003 edition of the Malta Song for Europedi-ve.com
She thus won the right to represent Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest that will be held on 24 May 2003 in Riga, Latvia. Lawrence Gray placed a close second with the song ?Why Not?, composed and written by Ray Agius, while Gunther Chetcuti took third place with the song ?Light of My Life?, composed by Paul Abela and Roger Tirazona and written by Doris Chetcuti. Lynn Chircop got 150 points, Lawrence Gray obtained 147 points while Gunther Chetcuti garnered 125 points. Speaking to di-ve news at the end of the festival, Lynn said that she was overwhelmed by the result. She added that she had sung with humility and that the public had taken the song to their hearts.

Estonian Eurolaul: Closest race everesctoday.com
The only member who gave her 12 points was Anders Berglund from Sweden. 2 votes had a crucial meaning for selecting the songs. First of all, Renars Kaupers (Latvia 2000 and the host of Eurovision Song Contest in Riga), giving Claire’s Birthday 12 points. It was not surprizing as there is a certain similarity in music between them, but it was the first message that Claire’s Birthday can be the one. And secondly the last, Icelandic vote by Bo Halldorsson giving the winner 12 points and Koit Toome with his lovely ballad 10 points. Was it the closest victory ever?

Claire’s Birthday was pleased with their victory, although they have decided to end the excistance of the band and are writing in their homepage that the last gig will be on February 13th in Tallinn. So, much of splitting up!

In their homepage they write that all they talk about, is music.

Malta Song for Europe 2003 festival kicks offdi-ve.com
Sixteen songs out of twenty-four finalists were short-listed during the first evening of the two-day event which will be choosing the Maltese representative for the 2003 Eurovision Song Contest in Riga, Latvia, on 24 May. The sixteen finalist songs are the following (in order of appearance) ?

1. ?Take me back again? ? The Mics
2. ?Why not? ? Lawrence Gray
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Singer dies at wheel of carBBC News
BBC record presenter Lee Stevens, a close friend for many years, said: “He was a great singer, a true professional and a knock-out guy. ”

Roberts, who was born in Manchester in 1944, had various roles on stage and screen before starting his chart career in 1967. London musicals

He spent 14 weeks in the charts in 1968 but failed to find success with a potential Eurovision song in 1991. In 1985 he represented Luxembourg, as part of a group that also included British singers Diane Solomon and Irene Sheer, with the song “Children Kinder Enfants”. He continued to sing and perform, appearing in musicals in London, and released his last album, The Essential Malcolm Roberts, in 2000. He leaves a young son from a former marriage and a girlfriend, Susie.

Artist change in Greek national finalesctoday.com
Therefore Marian Georgiou, who also performed the duet Beautiful Life with Elina Konstantopoulou in the Greek final last year, will take her place. In 2000 she participated in the Cypriot national final, as she is Cypriot of origin. She studied music in the world famous college of Berkeley, situated on the east coast of the USA, in the city of Boston.

Mini madnessIrish Independent
Just the job for our leg-hating prissy-missy viewers. The Twinnies survive and out goes Susan with the smile of an angel and the voice of paradise. Strange, isn’t it? We have two underage Russian lessies (Tatu) at No 1, but when it comes to the Eurovision we want sexless, legless colleens, or boys with sideburns. Dana doesn’t know how lucky she was to be let sing in that Celticky mini way back in 1970! Declan McCormack.

www.cyclingnews.com – the world centre of cyclingCyclingnews.com
The dissatisfaction of the syndicate is based on the [lack of] telecast of the race throughout Europe. An ongoing television blackout exists, resulting from a three year-old conflict between the race organization and Eurovision over the broadcast rights for the event. “(ONCE Director) Manolo Saiz informed of AIGCP’s resolution,” confirmed Alain Rumpf from UCI, “we are trying to find the best solution for it. ” Confident that the time left until March 22 will be enough to solve the imbroglio, Rumpf added, “We understand the desire of the sponsors to get a wider media exposition for their brands, services or products. ” The question remains whether or not the interested parties can resolve in just six weeks what they have been unable to resolve in three years. Superprestige Round 7 The seventh round of the Superprestige cyclo-cross series takes place Sunday, February 9 in Harnes, France.

Malcolm Roberts died after heart attackesctoday.com
The website eurosong. be wrote that Roberts died after a heart attack in his car near Addlestone, Surrey. In the sixties he had some major hits like Time alone will tell and May I have the next dream with you.

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