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Norton: ‘I’m not doing Eurovision’


The News Review:

– Norton: ‘I’m not doing Eurovision’
– No Eurovision again says Doris DragoviÄ
– Graham Norton: “Terry will be back!”
– Luzhkov Schedules Eurovision Week to Open on Victory Day
– RTS announce plans for the 2009 Eurovision
– UK: Graham Norton certain Wogan will be back

Norton: ‘I’m not doing Eurovision’
Digital Spy UK 
Reports have suggested that the Irish comedian is in the frame to replace Terry Wogan but he dismissed the idea as speculation saying that no-one has spoken to him about the role. “It’s a really hard gig to take over from Terry because he is genius at it and has made it his own. I think they are changing the voting a bit so I’m sure he’ll be back” he said. Earlier this year it was.

No Eurovision again says Doris DragoviÄ
oikotimes.com Greece 
"I don’t remember any of the songs from previous Eurovision participations. I only remember Finnish band Lordi but not their song then because of their masks. There aren’t anymore strong songs like it was my "Marija Magdalena". Now is everything about the stage performance" said Doris.

Graham Norton: “Terry will be back!”
Eurovision.tv Switzerland 
The two-times Eurovision Dance Contest host was widely tipped as successor of the UK’s long-time Eurovision Song Contest commentator. It was Norton himself who made an end to some people’s hope and some people’s fears.

Luzhkov Schedules Eurovision Week to Open on Victory Day
The Moscow Times Russia 
It will be the first time that Russia hosts Europe’s most prestigious pop contest thanks to Russian singer Dima Bilan’s victory with his song "Believe" at this year’s event in Belgrade Serbia. The opening ceremony will be held on the square outside Moscow State University on Vorobyovy Gory while the contest itself is to be staged in Olimpiisky Stadium according to Luzhkov’s decree. The closing ceremony will be held at the Gostiny Dvor exhibition center a stone’s throw from the Kremlin. The government has earmarked 1 billion rubles ($36.

RTS announce plans for the 2009 Eurovision
oikotimes.com Greece 
RTS will most likely change the format of Beovizija and make it just like Croatian national selection Dora. There will be two rounds: 10 invited composers which will compete directly in the final and open call for songs which will compete in semifinal and 14 of them will try to go to the grand final. The winner will be chosen like previous years: 50% televoting – 50%jury. With these changes RTS will try to have more interesting Beovizija with great songs and there are plans to make a few TV shows that will show preparations for Beovizija.

UK: Graham Norton certain Wogan will be back
esctoday.com Netherlands 
com News. Terry Wogan stated clearly after the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest in Belgrade that he may be stepping down and ever since then his successor's identity has been a topic of great interest among fans and not. Graham Norton the hugely popular chat show host and entertainer who lately hosted the 2008 Eurovision Dance Contest and will be fronting the UK's 2009 selection series of shows Your country needs you on BBC One was the hot favourite for the position but he dismisses the talks as "rumours". "Noone has talked to me about that" Graham said in a recent interview with ITN "the only thing I've done for Eurovision is the Dance Contest with Claudia and then Andrew (Lloyd Webber) is writing a song and finding some singers and I go "Ladies and gentlemen this is Andrew Lloyd Webber that's my job. "Graham feels confident that Sir Terry will be returning to the Eurovision Song Contest after all since he figures he will be satisfied with the voting changes announced by the EBU the introduction of the jury vote in the final that is.
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