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Eurovision News Review:

* Kids Eurovision song contest planned
* tATu 4 Eurovision 2003
* Karmen getting ready for Riga
* New Edyta Górniak’s international album on the way
* Western People (printer friendly version)
* War fears wipe out Rowland tour
* Riverdance Taps China
* Claremorris travel journey to Lifford to welcome home Mickey Joe!
* Images for this article: (click on the thumbnail to see fullsize)
* They Wanna Live Forever

Kids Eurovision song contest plannedBBC News
Organisers have just announced that there will also be a version for kids. Wannabe warblers aged between eight and fifteen can enter from all over Europe. Ronan Keating

Ronan Keating is apparently in the running to host the event. There will be auditions all over the country around September.

tATu 4 Eurovision 2003di-ve.com
Both tracks made it to the number-one spot in music charts all over Europe. The girls are also riding the crest of the wave thanks to their scandalous performances and video-clip of ?All the things she said? where they kissed each other and revealing themselves as lovers. Their Eurovision 2003 entry is written by Mars Lasar and composed by Valeriy Polienko. The song will be performed in English, so it’s a matter of waiting on the English title of the song. In the meantime the Russian version will be entitled ?Ne ver’, ne bojsia?

OGAE MALTA, the Eurovision Malta Association stated that ?TATU?s entry at the Eurovision Song Contest can be significantly important due to the impressive media coverage awaiting this edition. It could also be the start of a revolutionary new way things are done at the Eurovision. Hopefully more countries will send their respective international music icons to the Eurovision in the coming years so that this contest will really represent the tastes of Europeans… Their Eurovision 2003 entry is written by Mars Lasar and composed by Valeriy Polienko. The song will be performed in English, so it’s a matter of waiting on the English title of the song. In the meantime the Russian version will be entitled ?Ne ver’, ne bojsia?

OGAE MALTA, the Eurovision Malta Association stated that ?TATU?s entry at the Eurovision Song Contest can be significantly important due to the impressive media coverage awaiting this edition. It could also be the start of a revolutionary new way things are done at the Eurovision. Hopefully more countries will send their respective international music icons to the Eurovision in the coming years so that this contest will really represent the tastes of Europeans. In the past years the contest was looked-down by the Music Industry people, but TATU might be the ones to change the way people look at this contest. Long Live Eurovision!?

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Karmen getting ready for Rigaesctoday.com
si News. Slovenian broadcaster RTVSLO reports that she will perform only under her first name, Karmen. Meanwhile, the video clip to Nanana has already premiered on Videospotnice, a daily music show on RTVSLO. The clip was directed by Ven Jemer?ič, one of the best and most respected video directors in Slovenia with Gonzo, another respected artist, in charge of cinematography. Karmen also posed for new promotional photos for Riga.

New Edyta Górniak’s international album on the wayesctoday.com
com News. The new album contains 15 songs, among them the first single, Impossible, which is now popular in Poland and also in Germany, thirteen songs released earlier on the album Perła (Pearl) in Poland and a remix of one of those songs. The album will be released in 21 countries: Germany, Austria, Finland, Norway, Switzerland, Greece, Sweden, Taiwan, Turkey, Japan, Belgium, Croatia, Slovakia, Israel, Hong Kong, Hungary, Latvia, Ukraine, Iceland, Russia and Poland.

Western People (printer friendly version)Western People
This will be the first event of its nature to be held in the Cathedral and it will feature Ireland?s first Eurovision Song Contest winner Dana together with the acclaimed David Parkes and the Jack Bayle 35-piece Orchestra. Also taking part is another former Irish Eurovision representative, Marc Roberts from Mayo. The special concert, which will have a strongly inspiration theme, is already generating a lot of interest throughout the region. The ticket contribution is 20 euros and further details in relation to the open booking can be had from Galway Cathedral, Galway Hospice and Taibhdhearc na Gaillimhe (091-563600). GALWAY DELIGHTGalway showed some of their best form of the National Football League with a fine win over All-Ireland champions Armagh in Crossmaglen on Sunday. They hit the front from the outset and though Armagh rallied strongly to level by the interval, Galway played some excellent football throughout the second half, extending the lead to seven points at one stage following a goal from a penalty by Derek Savage.

War fears wipe out Rowland tourBBC News
The five-man outfit struggled to hear
themselves over the sound of screaming
girls and fielded underwear thrown at
them from the audience. Stars from Coronation Street, Brookside
and Hollyoaks watched the concert on
screens from elsewhere in the club. Children’s Eurovision launched

Eurovision Song Contest bosses are launching a children’s version of the
competition. Budding singers between the ages of eight and 15 from across Europe will be eligible to enter. ITV is to stage Song For Europe-style heats to pick a British entry around
September, said a spokeswoman for programme maker Carlton. The channel will also broadcast the final, to be held in Copenhagen in November. Blue plaques for film stars’ seats

Blue plaques are being placed on seats at a London cinema which have accommodated some of the world’s most famous film stars.

Riverdance Taps Chinachina.org.cn
The song and dance extravaganza has proved a worldwide hit since its debut in Dublin seven years ago. Produced by Moya Doherty, who had the original idea of creating a grand show depicting Ireland, its people and its culture, the show started small. It was brought to life by Bill Whelan, who composed the stunning seven-minute Riverdance piece for the Eurovision Song Contest back in 1994. After leaving that huge audience speechless, the producers realized they were on to something. Encouraged by the rousing response, Riverdance the Show was born under director John Mccolgan. Since then, the show has toured around 30 countries on four continents and been seen live by over 15 million people. Billions more have witnessed the show on TV.

Claremorris travel journey to Lifford to welcome home Mickey Joe!Western People
Maria Joyce, Michelle Heneghan and Rosemary O?Keeffe were delighted to meet the Donegal entertainer who was amazed that they had travelled so far to join the home-coming celebrations. All three sported the Mayo jersey and stood out among the hometown crowd. And, as things transpired, it was the Mayo colours that later helped them pull off a special coup!Maria takes up the story: ?We arrived at Lifford at 6.

Images for this article: (click on the thumbnail to see fullsize)Windy City Times
u ON CARSON DALY (12:35 a. ) Repeat: The Russian teen lesbian pop duo (rumored to really be straight) have now been named Russia?s entry into the annual EUROVISION SONG CONTEST, widely followed throught Europe. (Each European country enters a particular song. ) New Oscar winner Adrien Brody also appears on this segment, which originally aired March 12. Gay Boy Ric is a comedian and pop singer based in L.

They Wanna Live ForeverPhiladelphia citypaper.net
"Who's going home, Sonia or Dollar?" she utters mysteriously to camera two. Once that's in the can, we see the first performer. Gina G, one-hit wonder and U. veteran of Eurovision contest 1996 steps out onto the stage. She's wearing a window treatment designed for a very small window. Nervous, she's the first to perform from the mandated Philly Sound roster, choosing Gamble & Huff's "Don't Leave Me This Way," but eschews the original style in favor of the 1986 full-disco-glory version by The Communards, synths and all.

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