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* Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at esctoday.com | your daily Eurovision…
* Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at esctoday.com | your daily Eurovision…
* Greek Eurostars in Mad TV charity auction
* Tinka official face for Zlatarna Celje
* MaltaMedia says “sa??a” to 2006
* 2006: Love | Weekend | Guardian Unlimited
* // The Russian elite annual rating
* THE WANNABES : Get ready for your close-up

Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at esctoday.com | your daily Eurovision…esctoday.com
The webmasters write about their new site: "New Eurovision Austria includes as usual all news about the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest 2007 in Helsinki. We also complete finished our Eurovision History so you can found there all information about ESC 1956 – 2006 including information about qualifyer 1993 and 1996. Our usual sections like Austria in Eurovision are also there. New Eurovision Austria will also include a partly information in English language. We have also a new section dedicated to Eurovision Austria members… The webmasters write about their new site: "New Eurovision Austria includes as usual all news about the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest 2007 in Helsinki. We also complete finished our Eurovision History so you can found there all information about ESC 1956 – 2006 including information about qualifyer 1993 and 1996. Our usual sections like Austria in Eurovision are also there. New Eurovision Austria will also include a partly information in English language. We have also a new section dedicated to Eurovision Austria members. Thanks for beeing there!" This article reflects the sole opinion of the reviewing editor and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of esctoday.

Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at esctoday.com | your daily Eurovision…esctoday.com
Second place for France and third for Israel. This is the second victory for OGAE Greece. When Helena Paparizou performed Mambo in the Eurovision Song Contest in Athens Terry Wogan quoted: ''She is just showing she could win it again this year if she'd wanted to'' and maybe that' s what the members of OGAE Greece had in mind when they had to choose a song to represent Greece at the 21st OGAE Song Contest organised by OGAE Italy. The Italian club hosted the event in 2006 as last year they won with Alexia and the song Da grande. Italy seems to bring luck to the Greeks. Once again the second victory at this contest for Greece comes when the Italian OGAE Club host the event. The first victory for Greece came in 1994 with Sabrina and her song Ftes.

Greek Eurostars in Mad TV charity auctionesctoday.com
Each year, popular Greek and Cypriot singers offer personal belongings to be auctioned and the proceeds go to a chosen charity. This year it will be in aid of the international organisation Medecins sans frontiers. Amongst the many artists whose personal items can be found in this year's auction, are the former property of many Eurovision Song Contest stars. Helena Paparizou, the 2005 Eurovision winner, Sakis Rouvas, 3rd place in Istanbul and presenter of the contest in Athens, Konstantinos Christoforou, Cyprus 1996, 2002 ( as part of One) and 2005, Evridiki, Cyprus 1992 and 1994 and widely expected to represent Cyprus once more in Helsinki as well as many more. At the moment writing, there have been received more that 2. Following you will find the full list of participating Eurostars:Helena Paparizou offers a precious boleroSakis Rouvas, this lot contains a chance for the lucky winner to watch the filming of Sakis' new film Alter Ego and participate in one scene.

Tinka official face for Zlatarna Celjeesctoday.com
This will be the second marketing campaign Tinka is involved in, after working with perfume firm Escada earlier this year. Tinka has said that she's overjoyed to be chosen as the official face for Zlatarna Celje in Bosnia & Herzegovina, as her family has worn jewelry from Zlatarna Celje for generations!This news comes just before Tinka's new album is due out in shops across Bosnia & Herzegovina. Tinka has also said during the 2006 season that a participation for her native country isn't out of the question in the future! six4one ended 16th with 30 points in Athens, meaning that Switzerland will have to take part in the semi final again in 2007 – however, Bosnia & Herzegovina will start in the final thanks to their 3rd place.

MaltaMedia says “sa??a” to 2006maltamedia.com
The 2006: A year in review gives a brief look to the major national news during the year. This feature includes a look at the major national news during the year, what happened in Gozo, Malta and the music scene, obituaries of Maltese personalities, a look at technological developments, major sporting events, the weather during the year and financial news. To access this special feature.

2006: Love | Weekend | Guardian UnlimitedGuardian Unlimited
getElementById( ‘frameId852330’ ). The following month, students at St Hilda’s, Oxford, embraced men after 113 years as an all-female college. Culture secretary Tessa Jowell and husband David Mills separated amid controversy over their finances. Local election results in May showed the lack of love the electorate felt towards Tony Blair. Fickle women voters transferred their affections to young Dave Cameron, reportedly finding him more fanciable than Gordon Brown as the next prime minister.

// The Russian elite annual ratingKommersant
Figure skater Evgeny Plyushchenko has made a spectacular leap just like those he does on the ice, up to number 21 from rank 113. With plenty of jokes and gags in store, comedian Mikhail Zadornov went up in our rating from number 26 to number 41, Alexander Maslyakov, host of the KVN humor TV show, rose to number 37 from the 125th rank and the comic legend Gennady Khazanov went up to number 92 from number 147. Pop singer Dima Bilan has jumped from the hardy noticeable number 147 to the 45th rank, evidently owing to the successful performance at the Eurovision show. TV anchor Ekaterina Andreeva has added a lot of point, up to rank 65 from 147. Other big gainers this year are Tatarstan President Mintimer Shaimiev, composer Alexandra Pakhmutova, singers Nadezhda Babkina and Valentina Tolkunova as well as businessman Vladimir Potanin. As if rebuffing all scandals, Health Minister Mikhail Zurabov gained extra points, up from number 147 to number 87 on our list. Tycoon and political émigré Boris Berezovsky added 32 percent, rising to rank 44 from rank 58.

THE WANNABES : Get ready for your close-upIrish Independent
Having initially apologised, Fevola changed his mind and accused the treacherous Irish race of “wanting to kill” Australians. He then apologised again. Lordi Determined to take this year’s Eurovision Song Contest seriously, Ireland sent clean-cut Brian Kennedy to Athens to compete in the style of Julie Andrews. Finland sent Lordi, a group who looked and sounded like they’d been horribly mutilated in a chemical plant explosion. Lordi won, and claimed a famous victory “for rock music and open-mindedness”. Liam Kelly Liam Kelly was an obscure Fianna Fail councillor until photographs were published showing him in poses which resembled those of someone snorting cocaine. He denied the allegations and said that the photos were staged.

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