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Eurovision News Review:

* Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at esctoday.com | your daily Eurovision…
* ‘It’s like singing in a cloud’
* Under the same sky: Part Un
* Bring back sexy Nadine Coyle!
* Rising star: TV host Mark Durden-Smith has high hopes for Tom
* Osama blows up at Sunday Game change
* Ireland is on the move – but where to?
* Shooting stars
* English bubbly out-sparkles Champers
* Sports Manifestation Day at Skolasport sponsored by Kellogg’s
* Top Of The Tops

Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at esctoday.com | your daily Eurovision…esctoday.com
Svante Stockselius, Eurovision Song Contest Supervisor at the EBU, said that to esctoday. “Traditionally, the EBU invited the public broadcaster of the winning country to Geneva, where we will discuss everything they need to know to host next year’s Eurovision Song Contest”, Stockselius said. It seems that the EBU, NTU and the Ukraine governement are confident about the possibilities for the 50th edition of the contest. The Eurovision Song Contest Supervisor said that “an EBU delegation will visit Ukraine in June to talk about all possibilities”, and thereby immediately denied all rumours about Greece hosting next year’s contest.

‘It’s like singing in a cloud’BBC News
And when I’m singing I have to keep a cough sweet in my mouth so that I can sing clearly. ”

During the 1960s, Brian, who now lives in Lincoln, was one half of The Allison’s, who wrote and performed the Top 10 hit ‘Are You Sure’ after being spotted in a talent contest to find “the new Cliff Richard” – which was judged by the man himself. The song later came second in the 1961 Eurovision Song Contest – one of the UK’s highest ranking results. Non-smoking venues ‘rare’

It was after this overnight success that Brian, and his partner Colin Day, began touring the UK’s pubs and clubs. “We were doing two shows a night, seven days a week. “At first we were performing at big venues, so whether they were smoky or not wasn’t clear. “Then the bookings changed and we were playing in ballrooms and working men’s clubs and pubs, and I became more aware of the smoky atmospheres.

Under the same sky: Part Unesctoday.com
In this first edition of a two part special, Kemal Shahin takes a look at how the final contest shaped up, from the vocals to the music, to the catwalk queens of fashion. An insightful look at the 12 who didn’t make it to finals and a whole lot more as we step into ‘the greenroom’. And so, just like that the 49th Eurovision Song Contest is over, and the 50th one is already fast approaching! What can I say? TRT did a brilliant job in delivering a show of the highest quality and professionalism which gripped viewers across Europe, and as a Turk I can say that they made Turks living everywhere truly proud. So, to all those who said they couldn’t, wouldn’t, or shouldn’t, I hope you enjoyed the show! I will say no more on the matter regarding the silly rumours and remarks, but learn and take note, as the baton is passed over to NTU… In this first edition of a two part special, Kemal Shahin takes a look at how the final contest shaped up, from the vocals to the music, to the catwalk queens of fashion. An insightful look at the 12 who didn’t make it to finals and a whole lot more as we step into ‘the greenroom’. And so, just like that the 49th Eurovision Song Contest is over, and the 50th one is already fast approaching! What can I say? TRT did a brilliant job in delivering a show of the highest quality and professionalism which gripped viewers across Europe, and as a Turk I can say that they made Turks living everywhere truly proud. So, to all those who said they couldn’t, wouldn’t, or shouldn’t, I hope you enjoyed the show! I will say no more on the matter regarding the silly rumours and remarks, but learn and take note, as the baton is passed over to NTU. Ladies and Gentlemen, Madames et Moiseurs, Bay ve Bayanlar, I present to you a two part ‘Greenroom’ article as we try to make sense of what was the Eurovision Song Contest 2004. Here we look at the production, the design, the presenters, and the 12 who didn’t quite make it to the final! Oh well!.

Bring back sexy Nadine Coyle!Irish Independent
If we have any chance of winning it we have to send a very beautiful girl like Nadine Coyle: it seems that’s what’s required to win – sexy girls in skimpy outfits. Nadine Coyle is very beautiful and sexy so come on send Nadine and the Eurovision will be in Dublin in 2006. Mary Waller, Ballinasloe, Co Galway. European Elections Sir – Posters in our faces and leaflets through the letter box tell us an election is close at hand.

Rising star: TV host Mark Durden-Smith has high hopes for TomNews & Star
Tom came third with his self-penned peace anthem, My Song for The World, which he is now releasing as a single. Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, who co-hosted the UK coverage of the contest with Mark Durden-Smith, has also given her backing, saying: “I am proud to have my name on Tom’s CD. ”

Both presenters hailed Tom as the saviour of British Eurovision pride following his performance in Copenhagen, which saw him mobbed by crowds of young female fans after the show. Mark even went so far as to say he was so proud of Tom he wanted to be Cumbrian. He called the News & Star from the London set of the Gordon Ramsay’s reality cooking series to wish Tom good luck with his CD. “I am a big fan of the new Enrique. The way he wowed the audience in Copenhagen was amazing.

Osama blows up at Sunday Game changeIrish Independent
The station has given the title tune for the Sunday Game a bit of a makeover. It only wanted to jazz it up a little, make it less like a washing powder jingle. But little did station bosses know there are people out there who define themselves in terms of the theme tune for the Sunday G
WE sent the wrong music to the Eurovision and now RTE is getting nul points from GAA fans. The station has given the title tune for the Sunday Game a bit of a makeover.

Ireland is on the move – but where to?Guardian Unlimited
There is a sense that Ireland’s place in Europe is shifting – but many outside Dublin wonder where to. Perhaps amusingly to some, it has been the shock of the country’s pitifully low score in this month’s Eurovision song contest – a competition Ireland has won six times – that has set many people wondering about Ireland’s place in Europe. Eurovision was always a source of pride for many in Ireland – Dana Scallon, who won in 1965, has become an MEP for Leitrim’s North West constituency. ExpansionBut this year Ireland scored just seven points. The press made much of eastern European countries’ decision to vote almost exclusively for their region: “What a load of Balkans,” declared one headline. “The Eurovision result tells us a lot,” insists Father Turlough Baxter, Carrick’s parish priest, as he arrives to count the money from Sunday’s collection box. “Europe has changed in a way that perhaps Ireland doesn’t understand… ExpansionBut this year Ireland scored just seven points. The press made much of eastern European countries’ decision to vote almost exclusively for their region: “What a load of Balkans,” declared one headline. “The Eurovision result tells us a lot,” insists Father Turlough Baxter, Carrick’s parish priest, as he arrives to count the money from Sunday’s collection box. “Europe has changed in a way that perhaps Ireland doesn’t understand. The eastern European influence is taking over. When you look at the map and see how it is expanding out to the east, you have to ask: how much longer will Brussels be the capital of Europe?” You don’t have to go far to see evidence of Europe’s eastward expansion in Ireland. In Carrick, you are almost as likely to meet an east European as someone born locally.

Shooting starsGuardian Unlimited
It is un-secondguessable. In a new regular feature, stars are filmed on one end of telephone interviews with a distracted Amstell. During luckless Eurovision entrant James Fox’s own phone interview, Amstell absent-mindedly took a call on line two from Neil Tennant, whose response, “Who the hell is James Fox?”, prompted Christopher Biggins to appear on line three with a shriek of “If that’s Neil Tennant, tell him I want my stepladder back. ” Fox was still droning about songwriting on line one.

English bubbly out-sparkles Champersmanchesteronline.co.uk
“But there is now dedication to the craft in this country although production is still on a small scale. “One reason sparkling wines from southern England did well in the test is the chalky soil and climate is similar to that in the Champagne region of France. Andy Hill, a songwriter who has penned hits for Celine Dion and Cliff Richard as well as Buck Fizz’s Eurovision Song Contest winning song “Making Your Mind up”, bought the Nyetimber vineyard near Pulborough in 2001. They use the same technique as the Champagne houses to produce their vintage sparkling wines, he said. “Sales are going through the roof,” said the 46-year-old. “A lot of people are appreciating the quality. “”There is no longer the stigma that English wine is made by someone in their Wellington boots at the end of their garden with an antiquated grape press.

Sports Manifestation Day at Skolasport sponsored by Kellogg’sdi-ve.com
These will be followed by a BMX Street Show, 3-on-3 basketball games, baseball hitting, tag rugby, athletics and penalty shoot-outs. The parents who participated within Kellogg’s Skolasport will also perform some of their acquired skills. To continue with the trend of past editions of the Manifestation Day, entertainment will this year be provided by Julie and Ludwig, fresh from their participation at the Eurovision Song Contest in Turkey. Their performance will kick off at 10:30 am. Mr Franco Azzopardi, Chairman at Kunsill Malti ghall-Isport and the Hon. Louis Galea, Minister of Education, Youth and Employment, will bring the Skolasport Manifestation Day to an end with short speeches. Mr Charles Darmanin, Managing Director of Charles Darmanin and Co.

Top Of The TopsBBC News
Advice to newcomers on the Celebdaq? Visit the Celebdaq message boards and then progress into the badlands? join competitive mini leagues like Discworld & Motdaq. If it was real money ? how would you spend it? I’d gladly pay to host the Eurovision Song Contest from our secluded and yet sun-trap of a patio area twice yearly ? with Terry Wogan obviously on BBQ duties. But it is just pretend isn’t it? It is, I’m afraid, but just close your eyes and focus on Wogan and all with be ok. Favourite film? It’s close either between L’age D’or (Luis Bunuel) or Speed 2: Cruise Control (Jan de Bot). Both great films in their own right except for Speed 2. Dream dinner date? This weak it would be Gordon Ramsay as I’m skint.

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