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The Bulgarian girl at “Eurovision for Children” wrote the song herself

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– The Bulgarian girl at “Eurovision for Children” wrote the song herself
– Junior Eurovision 2008 Day 3 schedule
– OGAE Germany: Annual club meeting with Eurovision stars
– No return to Eurovision for Tereza Kernlová (2008)
– Mistakes in Malta Eurovision show
– I award Lloyd Webber douze points for arrogance
– Bosnia & Herzegovina: BHRT opens national selection

The Bulgarian girl at “Eurovision for Children” wrote the song herself, Bulgaria 
The 14-year-old already went to Cyprus where she will perform her song "A dream". The young talent studies in Veliko Tarnovo’s language school. She traveled to Cyprus with a team of 56 people, among them stylists, hair-dressers, dancers and journalists. The lyrics and the music for the song were written by Kristiana herself, and the aarangement is by Valeri Kostov.

Junior Eurovision 2008 Day 3 schedule, Greece 
There is a Welcome Parade and Party in Lemesos, and a disco at the Euroclub on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 20:00-22:00 in the Atlantica Miramare Beach Hotel. Members of the Press can only enter the Spyros Kyprianou Arena to view individual rehearsals and Dress Rehearsal 1 on Friday November 21st. Entry to Dress Rehearsals 2 & 3 and to the Final is permitted only with valid tickets. The Press can also follow rehearsals throughout the week on a large plasma screen in the Press Centre.

OGAE Germany: Annual club meeting with Eurovision stars, Netherlands 
com News. The meeting will last from 13. 00 am until late at night, it will include many happenings such as a Cover song contest, live acts from past Eurovision Song participants and a Eurovision Disco. The meeting is open for the members of OGAE, for eurofans and to everyone interested. The ticket sale has already begun. The Club meeting kicks off as early as 13.
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No return to Eurovision for Tereza Kernlová (2008), Greece 
Cz, this year’s Czech representative Tereza Kerndlová has admitted that her disappointing result means she has no plans to return to a Eurovision stage in the future. After ending up 18th, second last in the second semifinal with just 9 points, Tereza – like so many artists – has said "politics plays an important role". She also complained that there were technical problems on stage during her performance, although she insists she is not looking to make excuses. Speaking about her new album, Tereza says there’ll be more songs like "Have Some Fun", although states that RnB is her main focus, despite "being brought up with Retro music".

Mistakes in Malta Eurovision show
Malta Independent Online, Malta 
The mistake was the result of an “administrative error” by the telecommunications company, and a new voting window will be added at the beginning of this Saturday’s show. As a result of last weekend’s problems, the show started at 8:50pm and had a 20 minute voting window at the beginning to allow viewers to vote for their favourite entry from week one. Thirty-second clips from each performance were shown to remind the audience of the songs. Grace Borg, Head of AKAM (Association for Maltese singers, composers and authors) and ousted Head of Delegation at the Eurovision Song Contest, immediately confirmed her outrage by telling escmalta.

I award Lloyd Webber douze points for arrogance
Pendle Today, UK 
And with a breathtaking arrogance, his Lordship addresses us thus: “People of Britain, I am here to speak to you about a subject of considerable gravity. A subject that affects each and every one of us. “I refer, of course, to our great nation’s continued failure in the Eurovision Song Contest. The BBC have asked me to unite our kingdom in a quest to bring home the Eurovision crown once more. “Does he really believe anyone is bothered about Eurovision these days?Does he really believe that if he writes a song for the song fest, countries across Europe will fall over themselves to award La Grande-Bretagne douze points instead of their cross-border neighbours?Does he think his songwriting talents will suddenly make the annual allegations about anti-British vote rigging in the press disappear as a successor to previous British winners Sandie Shaw, Lulu, Brotherhood of Man, Bucks Fizz and Katrina and the Waves (names and songs to make your teeth grate) is found?And how far up his cheek is his tongue when he says writing a successful Eurovision song is “the biggest mission impossible of all time”?USE public transport more and leave the car at home, we are told often enough nowadays. Mr Pendle had cause to do just that the other day ? but he will not do so again unless he is forced. For when the cost in his bus fares per week adds up to more than what he spends on petrol, any chance of him becoming a regular passenger goes up in smoke.

Bosnia & Herzegovina: BHRT opens national selection, Netherlands 
Like every year since 2006, the song will be chosen internally and everyone is invited to submit songs until 20th December. The winning song will be presented during a special TV show on 1st March. The broadcaster states that the compeitition is held "for the purpose of selecting a song of highest international standards to represent Bosnia and Herzegovina at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest". The selection of the singer will take place simultaneously.

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