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Murphy eliminated from ‘You’re A Star’

Eurovision News Review:

* Eurovision smitten by rebranding madness
* Kent girl is Cyprus Eurovision star
* Three chances of Belgian Eurovision win
* Murphy eliminated from ‘You’re A Star’
* Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision…
* Tom Morley’s launch party
* Entertainment | | Southern California News | News for Inland…
* Triumphal note for on-song City
* RTE loses one in 14 viewers as audiences change channels
* You’re a Star needs an air of tension

Eurovision smitten by rebranding madnessRegister
The universally understood symbol of the heart, standing for deep emotions, is filled with the member countries’ flags. These latter ones hold great meaning for the ESC anyway: Because how could you back your star and your country any better than with flags and banners forming a sea of support at the grand finale. True enough: No one can admit to watching Eurovision without succumbing to strong emotions. Rage and despair immediately spring to mind. Still, let’s put our differences aside and allow the Strategy Euroboutique have the final word on their symbol of unity and hope:The vitality of the event, its unbroken vibrancy, is symbolised by the logo’s typography (for insiders: “brushstroke”). Its possible field of application as well as its scope for design is unlimited. What they have in common is that from now on, the logo is going to give the ESC a clear identitiy to be transported from year to year.

Kent girl is Cyprus Eurovision starBBC News
People in Cyprus have chosen a 16-year-old girl from Kent to represent the island in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Lisa Andreas, from Gillingham, hopes to be crowned the Eurovision queen at the Istanbul contest in May. The schoolgirl, who is studying for her GCSEs, was picked by the people of Cyprus last week to be their contender in the glitzy singing contest. Half-Greek Lisa hopes the contest will lead to worldwide singing fame. She said: “Greek people are very emotional, very passionate about what they say and how they express their feelings so I am very privileged to be a part of it.

Three chances of Belgian Eurovision winExpatica
Three Belgian singers will be taking part in the event, although only one ? Xandee, from Tienen, in Flanders ? will be representing her home country. Jonathan Cerrada from Liege will be singing for France at this year’s contest in Turkey, while Limburg’s Fabrizio Pennisi will form half of a duo representing the Netherlands.

Murphy eliminated from ‘You’re A Star’ –
The 17-year-old Dubliner’s elimination is sure to surprise many as at one point he was considered unbeatable after becoming a weekly poll topper. Waterford’s Chris Doran topped the poll in this week’s vote, and was followed by Mayo man James Kilbane and Cork’s Jean Elliott. The Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Turkey in May.

Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision…
The four highest-placed contestants of MusicStar are going to compete in the Swiss national final on 6 March, making a third of the participants field. The other eight contestants are supplied by Italian-Swiss broadcaster RTSI and French-Swiss broadcaster TSR, who selected internally. Visit our Switzerland-page (linked in the left sidebar) for full details about the Swiss final.

Tom Morley’s launch partyNews & Star
He’ll be headlining two shows at the civic hall in Whitehaven on May 9th to celebrate the release of his self-penned peace anthem, My Song for the World. The Cleator Moor 10-year-old came third in the first ever Junior Eurovision Song Contest with the song, which will go on sale nationwide on May 24. Launch party organisers Adam Chetter, of Genius Entertainment, and music promoter Lee Robson, are now looking for other talented up and coming music performers to join Tom at the concerts and show off their own talent. Adam said: “It is a fantastic opportunity not only for Tom to launch his single but also for new performers to gain performance experience.

Entertainment | | Southern California News | News for Inland…Press-Enterprise – Press-Enterprise (subscription)
Dancing at McCallum Palm Desert’s McCallum Theatre has attracted two marquee dance companies: Riverdance (tonightthrough Sunday) and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre (March 4). Riverside celebrates Irish music, song, and dance. It began 10 years ago as part of Ireland’s entry in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest; since then, the show has toured internationally. The eight performances at McCallum include matinees Saturday and Sunday. The Alvin Ailey company is celebrating its 45th anniversary with a nationwide tour. Ailey’s dancers have performed for an estimated 19 million people in 68 countries on six continents. Tickets for Riverdance range from $55 to $95 depending on the performance; seats for the Ailey show cost $20, $45 or $65.

Triumphal note for on-song Cityic CheshireOnline
City’s winner came three minutes into injury time and was a reward for the confidence and never-say-die attitude which is oozing from the side. Chester’s goals came from their own Rene and Renatta, strikers Daryl Clare and Darryn Stamp, who have now registered 37 goals between them this season in what is proving to be the most potent strike force in the Conference.

RTE loses one in 14 viewers as audiences change channelsIrish Independent
Today, we are scattered. There are still some big favourites which get hammered by critics but which any controller of programmes would not dare to drop. They include Ireland’s most popular programme last year, The Eurovision Song Contest, and its sixth most popular, The Rose of Tralee. Other big winners are Prime Time and Fair City. And the Castaway crew may have sunk a boat but they bobbed up in the ratings to number 34 in RTE 1’s top 50. During 2003, RTE was still showing all of the most popular Irish-made programmes, including in the top 50, Off the Rails, Crimeline and Nationwide. TV3 continues to fail to deliver Irish-made programmes of appeal to many viewers and depends on Coronation Street to attract its greatest audiences.

You’re a Star needs an air of tensionIrish Independent
Tubridy, a self-confessed young fogey, 2FM DJ and devotee of Beatle tunies, drew hisses and boos from the audience and outrage from fellow panellists Louis Walsh and Linda Martin when he slammed the mediocrity of the performers, accused heat winner Chris Doran of being a compulsive yodeller and opined that unless Jean Elliot wins we will be sending ‘a turkey to Turkey’. Hisses, foot-stamping and near riot in the auditorium. But the spit really hit the fan when Ryan gamely described the Eurovision as ‘tacky’ which had Linda Martin ululating “I’m not tacky. am I tacky?” (silence) while Louis Walsh went for the yuckular – “this from the man who presented the Rose of Tralee, the tackiest show in the world”. Tubridy was nonplussed and dismissed Final Four, four boys dressed as undertakers, as ‘another boyband’ (which was charitable) and, for the max discomfiture of Louis and Linda, even dredged up ‘The Number that Must Not be Mentioned’ (hint.

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