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Eurovision acts set for showdown

The News Review:

– Eurovision acts set for showdown
– Eirikur Hauksson goes for Eurovision again
– Katrina: Andrew has to write a cracking good pop song
– Georgia Makes U-Turn on Moscow Eurovision Finals
– Israel ready to announce Maya for Eurovision 2009?

Eurovision acts set for showdown
BBC News UK 
Under the glaring lights of the BBC’s main studio at Television Centre in London the singers are tackling rehearsals for the first live show on Saturday night. The floor is crawling with production staff the set is lit with the colours of the Union Jack and the band strikes up with Abba’s Eurovision classic Waterloo. The acts run through their group performance of the song with great success the opener for Your Country Needs You. They may be just getting to grips with working on television but for one act the dream will come to an end on Saturday.

Eirikur Hauksson goes for Eurovision again Netherlands 
com can reveal that he is back in the running for 2008 as a composer and has had a change of heart about whether he would consider returning as a performer. The song is called Undir regnbogann (Under the rainbow) and the music is written by Hallgrimur skarsson. It will compete in Iceland’s second semi final on 17th January and will be performed by Ingo.

Katrina: Andrew has to write a cracking good pop song Netherlands 
Katrina took a walk down memory lane with us sharing her fondest memories from the victory. But we also discussed her views of the contest today the United Kingdom’s chances for 2009 and more!What has Katrina Leskanich been up to lately? “I have been touring extensively in Europe and America playing live shows with Paul Young Alannah Myles and Cutting Crew. I have been recording new material for a German album release in 2009 and am working on a photographic book about London. ” she tells us.

Hertfordshire Mercury UK 
Charlotte Finlay-Tribe 17 will be one of six acts competing for the public vote and the chance to perform a song composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber on BBC1’s Your Country Needs You on Saturday (January 10). Charlotte who used to live in Hoe Lane and is now living in Harlow has been singing since she was 10 and is a pupil at London’s Sylvia Young Theatre School. She said: “I’m really excited about being in the show. I can’t begin to imagine what it will be like to appear on Saturday night BBC television.

Georgia Makes U-Turn on Moscow Eurovision Finals
Civil Georgia Georgia 
After the August war with Russia Georgia said it would boycott the song contest hosted by the Russian capital this year. The Georgian public TV however now said it had decided to participate citing “requests” from.

Israel ready to announce Maya for Eurovision 2009? Netherlands 
It now seems that Maya Buskila is their first choice and could be announced as the next representative for the country as early as next week. Although IBA has told esctoday. com on record that "no decision has yet been reached by the committee" Maya Buskila is one of the three artist that IBA have been considering for some time as reported here by esctoday. com back in November.
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