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Helena Paparizou in Malta

Eurovision News Review:

* Al Jazeera English – Archive
* Terry Was Behind Jordan
* An interview with Helena Paparizou
* Helena Paparizou in Malta
* Model Jordan’s latest assets – £57,000
* Ukraine’s sweet smell of success
* Iceland the uncool
* e-Travel Blackboard: Australia’s Number One Industry Newsletter
* ‘Open House’ duo set for comeback show
* Kiev 2005: Tight security measures planned
* The Local – Schyman launches “Feminist Initiative”
* The Local – Far right seeks to infiltrate Tax Payers’ Association
* The Local – Swedes back alcohol monopoly

Al Jazeera English –
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Lebanon is officially in a state of war with Israel

Aline Lahud had her song Quand tout s’enfuit (After everything finishes) withdrawn as under Lebanese law the national broadcaster Tele-Liban would be unable to show the Israeli entry. “Tele-Liban has confirmed to the European Broadcasting Union the withdrawal of Lebanon from the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 to be hosted in Kiev by NTU, the national Ukrainian broadcaster, on 19 and 21 May,” the Eurovision Song Contest website said. Under the rules of the contest, countries entering the contest must broadcast the competition’s stages uninterrupted.

Terry Was Behind JordanSky News
It’s not that Tezza thinks Javine isn’t any good. it’s just that he was hoping Jordan would be doing the deed.

An interview with Helena
Call me crazy, but for me the Eurovision Song Contest is like a big party! I?m always excited to hear the other entries and respect and understand that we are all going through the same thing. I am positive that all contestants are working as hard as I am for the best possible results for their country. Sakis Rouvas did well last year.

Helena Paparizou in
It is the second time that Helena represents Greece in Eurovision. In 2001, she performed “Die for you” with her group Antique receiving third place. Helena’s song was selected on March 2nd, when the Greek final was held. During the show, Greece had the chance to listen to the Maltese song as Chiara was present and performed “Angel”. Since then, the song of Malta has become very popular in Greece… Since then, the song of Malta has become very popular in Greece. Chiara, who became well-known in Greece in 1998 when she performed “The one that I love”, will visit Greece once again giving the chance to the Greek fans to see her and listen again her song. For information on the Greek entry visit the official Greek Eurovision website -.

Model Jordan’s latest assets – £57,000U.TV – UTV
Jordan, real name Katie Price, is the sole director. The 26-year-old reality TV star is bidding to become the UK entry in this year`s Eurovision Song Contest. She recently revealed she is five months` pregnant by fiance Peter Andre, the former pop star she met while filming I`m A Celebrity. Get Me Out Of Here!.

Ukraine’s sweet smell of successBBC News
“You will feel the atmosphere which was created by the supporters of Viktor Yushchenko, who defended the democracy and freedom of Ukraine,” says the website of Sun City, the Ukrainian tourist agency which offers the trip. Far from winding down, this orange industry is now preparing for a new market. In May Ukraine hosts the Eurovision Song Contest. It is thought that the memorabilia will be popular amongst many of the thousands of people who are expected in the capital.

Iceland the
They roared along to Sisi, a song part-B52s pastiche and part-football chant. By the time the band had dispatched no fewer than four encores, any Brits who had been expecting cutting-edge music befitting Iceland’s hip reputation must have been thoroughly bemused. The large Reykjavik contingent, however, were thoroughly delighted with a night of singalongs that had more in common with cheesy 1970s Eurovision entries, albeit with an invigorating surreal edge.

e-Travel Blackboard: Australia’s Number One Industry Newslettere-Travel Blackboard – e-Travel Blackboard (press release)
Furthermore, she enjoyed great success with the movie “Grease” from 1978 where she played the lead role alongside John Travolta. She furthermore enjoyed great success with her single “Physical” from 1981, which was her breakthrough as a singer. She additionally represented Britain in 1974 at the Eurovision Song Contest and sang at the Opening Ceremony of the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Apart from her singing career, she is actively committed to charitable causes on issues of the environment, children’s welfare, and breast cancer. The show, entitled “Once Upon A Time”, will be televised live to the Danish home audience on DR1 and to the wide world. The 120-minute show relates the life and work of Hans Christian Andersen in music, dance and film. For the occasion, the Danish national soccer stadium, Parken, will be transformed into an enchanting fairytale universe where a number of newly produced short films will relate the story of Andersen’s life.

‘Open House’ duo set for comeback showIrish Independent
Next week, he returns to 2FM for the first time in 16 years, when he stands in for Larry Gogan from 2pm to 4pm from Monday to Friday. The head of 2FM, radio supremo John Clarke, phoned him personally to ask him to fill in and it is an opportunity that Marty – who adores radio – grabbed with both hands. On top of that, he makes an appearance on Fair City next week; his Fame and Fortune lottery show starts again soon on RTE and in May he will present the Eurovision, as usual. The viewing public were stunned when Marty and Mary’s popular afternoon show Open House was given the chop by the national broadcaster last year. It was replaced by the Afternoon Show, which received dismal reviews from TV critics and struggled at first to attract viewers. While it has now drastically improved its audience share, the show is not loved by viewers in the way Open House was. The renewed popularity of Marty is further evidence of a growing appreciation for older, professional broadcasters as opposed to upstart DJs.

Kiev 2005: Tight security measures
For security reasons, the Palats Sportu underground station will most likely be closed as it’s located nearby the venue. The 13 hotels, the EuroClub and other places where participants, journalists and other guests gather will also be intensively guarded. In the past years, these security measurements have become more or less common.

The Local – Schyman launches “Feminist Initiative”The Local
“We regret any mistakes we have made and are prepared to make up for them,” she said. htmlPolitics–>.

The Local – Far right seeks to infiltrate Tax Payers’ AssociationThe Local
“We regret any mistakes we have made and are prepared to make up for them,” she said. htmlPolitics–>.

The Local – Swedes back alcohol monopolyThe Local
“We regret any mistakes we have made and are prepared to make up for them,” she said. htmlNational–>.

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