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Riverdance set for one last run

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* There’s Norway that Cory won’t win Eurovision
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* Riverdance set for one last run
* Anne-Sofie von Otter – The baroque diva who has turned to pop
* New Statesman – Southern comfort
* My acting days are over
* GOING WITH A BOOM BANG-A-BANG: Lulu arriving for the MOBO Awards at…
* Yes, yes, yes – on top of the table

There’s Norway that Cory won’t win EurovisionNews & Star
She won the UK Junior Eurovision heat with her self-penned song The Best Is Yet To Come

By Andrea Thompson

FRIENDS and family of schoolgirl singer Cory Spedding are so confident she can win the Junior Eurovision Song Contest they are busy booking flights to Norway to be there to cheer her on in the live final. The Frizington 13-year-old will not only have a party of supporters from West Cumbria, including her parents, Claire and Alan, elder sister Ashley and younger brother Max joining her in Lillehammer, but will also have an army of supporters back home rooting for her… The event, at Cleator Moor Civic Hall on October 29, is the 15th annual show he’s organised and is already a sell-out. Cory will be performing alongside soprano Gaynor Connor, West End singer Vicki Lester, comedian and tenor Bobby Kaye, The Holloways from Blackpool and opera singer Sean Rea, who is her voice coach. Cory was chosen to represent the UK in the second Junior Eurovision after winning the British final last moth with her song, The Best Is Yet To Come. Fellow West Cumbrian, Tom Morley, of Cleator Moor, came third in the inaugural competition in Copenhagen last year with his peace anthem, My Song For the World, which he went on to release as a CD single. Other stories from this category that may
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Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision…
Almost 75 percent! Forum visitors would vote for John Kerry Almost 75 percent of the visitors of escforum. com, the Eurovision Song Contest forum of esctoday. com, would vote for John Kerry if they were US citizens. Only 6,5 percent would vote for George W. and are our new
com and the new Ukrainian website eurovision2005. With these two new partnerships, we aim to provide you a better coverage from Sweden and Ukraine, where the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest takes place.

Riverdance set for one last
Arena for one last hurrah during the Manchester Irish Festival. The show, which came to fame following a seven-minute cameo at the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest, is to stop off for a four-night stay to celebrate ten years since its launch. Originally composed by Bill Whelan and starring Michael Flatley, the show was turned into a full-length production following its Eurovision success and has now been performed over 6,000 times in 220 different venues. Based around Irish folk music and dancing, Flatley also devised two new shows, Lord of the Dance and Feet of Flame, which also went on to achieve great success. The tour in full is as follows: Feb 14 – 26: Edinburgh Playhouse Feb 28 – Mar 5: Glasgow SECC Mar 7 – Mar 9: Newcastle Metro FM Arena Mar 10 – Mar 13: Manchester M.

Anne-Sofie von Otter – The baroque diva who has turned to popLa Scena Musicale
‘I don’t see myself as a classical singer, first and foremost. A real opera singer has a bigger voice, which doesn’t come with a long neck like mine. ‘

She first heard Abba in the Eurovision finals in 1974 and rooted for them patriotically, without getting overexcited about the victory of Waterloo. Some years later, homesick at Basle Opera, she went out disc shopping and bought an Abba album, The Visitors, ‘because it was Swedish. It was very good music, told a lot of stories. I became a complete fan.

New Statesman – Southern comfortNew Statesman
However, from the opening track – a slow, sexy take on “You’re the One That I Want” from Grease – to Blue Oyster Cult’s “Don’t Fear the Reaper”, you cannot help but be charmed by the audaciousness of it all. Sure, the band is having a bit of fun – “the perfect opportunity to ruin songs we liked and turn songs we didn’t into masterpieces”, according to Heaton. But as with the Irish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest, even if it sounds the same every time, people will still love it. The best moments are the pure pop songs: the first single, ELO’s “Livin’ Thing”, could have been written by the Beautiful South; and S Club’s “Don’t Stop Moving” is bubblegum pop ripped apart and recast as catchy country and western. It takes gifted songwriters to pick up on what makes other compositions work, and Golddiggas, Headnodders and Pholk Songs is full of the hooks and melodies that made the originals so popular, without the stigma that normally accompanies them. Hull never sounded so good. The Beautiful South’s Golddiggas, Headnodders and Pholk Songs is released by Sony on 25 October

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My acting days are
I had to prove that I could understand other aspects of human beings and not just little fat girls. By the time she directed Harvey’s Eurovision comedy Boom Bang A Bang in 1995 she was a household name thanks to Mr Wroe’s Virgins, for which she won a Bafta, Common as Muck and, above all, Waynetta. I had no desire to be a film actress but if you win a big award like that then suddenly all these scripts are there and you’ve got to make really quick decisions and it was like crumbs, all of a sudden I’m a film actress. ” It was on the set of Brian Friel’s Dancing at Lughnasa that she felt the full force of her disgruntlement.

GOING WITH A BOOM BANG-A-BANG: Lulu arriving for the MOBO Awards at…Cumberland News

After she’d signed to Decca, Lulu’s first single, Shout, reached number seven in the UK charts and she struck gold in the US with To Sir With Love, in 1967, which stayed at the top of the charts for five weeks. The sure money might have been on the other British female singing stars of that era, such as Petula Clark or Sandie Shaw but Lulu has outlasted them all. She’s had a Eurovision number one (in 1969 with Boom bang-a-bang, which was joint first with a song from the Netherlands), she’s been married to a pop star (Maurice Gibb) and a hairdresser-to-the-stars (John Frieda) and worked with music stars as diverse as David Bowie, Tina Turner and Andrew Lloyd Webber. She says it’s impossible to say who she enjoyed working with the most, though when she’s pushed she says it might be Bobby Womack (on 1993’s I’m Back For More). Last year’s single We’ve Got Tonight, with Ronan Keating, was another highlight, as was playing New York with her good friend Elton John in 1999. “All these people came back stage after the show, Actress Ellen Barkin said: ‘Wow, how have you been? You don’t visit enough!’”

Surprisingly she doesn’t think she has influenced any younger UK stars, and doesn’t see herself as a role model. “People like Beverley Knight did it without me,” she says.

Yes, yes, yes – on top of the tableIrish Independent
Life’s too short to spend it disentangling all the twisted threads of modern economic theory, after all. Whatever the reasons, the main thing is we’re now considered much less dynamic than such giants as Chile, Luxembourg and Estonia. Estonia indeed! How many Eurovision Song Contests have they won? And surely that’s the point. There are many other factors which go into making countries great, which is why we should be ignoring the sourpusses at the WEF and concentrating instead on the annual Durex online global sex survey which found, reassuringly, that the Irish are having far more orgasms than most of our competitors. More than the Germans. More than the Japanese. More than the French, Australians and Kiwis.

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