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Eurovision News Review:

* Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at esctoday.com | your daily Eurovision…
* Blaine voted top ‘loser’ of 2003
* EuroStoq started, first bugs discovered!
* Takeover rumour boosts Man Utd shares
* 2003’s musical highs and lows
* World Idol contestants
* 2003 was a year filled with shock and aah

Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at esctoday.com | your daily Eurovision…esctoday.com
gr, Jeroen Vis, esctoday. com News. The album contains covers of Mikis Theodorakis songs, who is perchance most known as the man behind the music in the movie Zorba the Greek from 1964. The album has been recorded in Germany, where Vicky now lives, and completed in Greece. At the same time it has been released in Germany, Switzerland and Austria with a German translation of the lyrics. Vicky Leandros – born as Vasiliki Papathanasiou on 23rd August, 1952 to Leandros and Boubou Papathanasiou – is also preparing an English version of the album for the rest of the European market… At the same time it has been released in Germany, Switzerland and Austria with a German translation of the lyrics. Vicky Leandros – born as Vasiliki Papathanasiou on 23rd August, 1952 to Leandros and Boubou Papathanasiou – is also preparing an English version of the album for the rest of the European market. She won the 1972 Eurovision Song Contest representing Luxembourg with Apr?s toi, but made her first Eurovision appearance in 1967 for the same country, then singing L\’amour est bleu, which came 4th. Before her Eurovision appearances she was already fairly settled in German showbiz, and has for decades been fixed inventory on the German \’schlager\’ stage.

Blaine voted top ‘loser’ of 2003BBC News
The illusionist, who spent 44 days suspended in a glass box with no food over the Thames, drew 24% of the vote. Second in the poll was former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith, who got 15% of the 1,000 votes in the poll for McCain Foods. In third place were Eurovision failures Jemini, who got no points in the show. The entire Australian nation was voted fourth-biggest loser, after their rugby team’s loss to England in the final of the Rugby World Cup. In fifth place was Victoria Beckham, who has had a difficult year trying to revive her music career. In sixth place was Charles Ingram, the Who Wants to be a Millionaire? contestant who this year was found guilty of cheating in order to win the ?1m prize.

EuroStoq started, first bugs discovered!esctoday.com
com are quite popular! Marocco, Slovakia and Switzerland are not very popular. Thanks for the notice.

Takeover rumour boosts Man Utd sharesGuardian Unlimited
Until last year, Mr Safin was Lukoil’s first vice-president of Lukoil and president of Lukoil Europe Holdings, the company’s European subsidiary. A member of Russia’s senate, the Federation Council, he ran in the presidential elections for the Russian republic of Bashkortostan but came only third in the first round of voting. Mr Safin’s daughter, Alsou, took second place at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2000. She had a hit duet with Enrique Iglesias and now spends half the year in Russia and the other half touring. Manchester United has been the subject of persistent takeover speculation since July. Any takeover bid for the club would have to deal with Manchester United’s largest shareholder, Cubic Expression, an investment vehicle controlled by Irish racehorse magnates JP McManus and John Magnier. Cubic Expression owns 24.

2003’s musical highs and lowsBBC News
Lesbianism briefly became an integral part of pop music earlier in the year, courtesy of Mother Russia. School uniform-clad teen duo Tatu created a stir with their self-styled mutual love – and scored a number one smash. The pair represented their country at the Eurovision Song Contest, behaved impeccably on the night and came a creditable third behind Turkey. Le Royaume Uni’s fortunes made far more of a splash, as hapless pair Jemini finished at the bottom of the heap without a single point.

World Idol contestantsThe Age
Alicja Janosz, Idol, PolandSince winning Idol, Alicja has decided that she wants to be called Alex. A massive-selling debut album is already out of the way and she’s tipped to represent Poland in next year’s Eurovision Song Contest with I’m Still Alive, a song whose title seems to epitomise the struggle that all Idols face when it comes to their second album. “I don’t know anything more than this,” she concludes. Guy Sebastian, Australian Idol, AustraliaGuy – who calms himself down before a performance by entering what he terms “Grooveland” – is the newest Pop Idol of the lot. Crowned last month, Guy found maintaining his virginity “freaking hard”, but the real tragedy in his victory is that the crown did not go to would-be Oz Idol Peter Ryan.

2003 was a year filled with shock and aahIrish Independent
Over 50 per cent singled this out as the best thing for them in 2003. While many can rightfully feel proud of the part they played in this wonderful event, no one can claim credit for the next most cheering event – the good summer weather. Mind you, the appearance of Mickey Harte – National Song Contest winner and unsuccessful Eurovision representative at Number three on the list, suggests it was an uneventful year. While 2004 will not be an easy year for Fran Rooney, the newly-appointed whizz-kid at FAI headquarters, his potential stadium partners, the IRFU, can enjoy the knowledge that they made many happy with their brave performance in this year’s Rugby World Cup by coming fifth on the list of what people felt good about. The GAA will take great comfort from the knowledge that Tyrone only had to make the journey to Dublin and win the Sam Maguire in 2003 to secure them recognition – sixth place on the list. But, as always, the public were divided on some issues. The Spire in O’Connell St had the distinction of making both lists at number 10, indicating that it had annoyed as many people as it inspired.

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