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Bank Standard has given a gift to Azerbaijani singer in Eurovision …


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– Bank Standard has given a gift to Azerbaijani singer in Eurovision …
– Who says the Eurovision is cheesy..?
– How the West Won: Norway Takes the Crown at Eurovision
– WRLD RUNDUP
– News Ticker: Sean Penn Radiohead Country Music Hall of Fame …
– In photos: ‘Eurovision Song Contest Rehearsal’
– Graham Norton pulls off Eurovision debut

Bank Standard has given a gift to Azerbaijani singer in Eurovision …
Azerbaijan Business Center
A meeting between Bank Standard?s management and Aysel Teymurzadeh who represented Azerbaijan in Moscow music contest Eurovision 2009 has been held today. Speaking on behalf of the Bank?s shareholders and management BS Marketing & Advertising Department?s director Gunduz Babayev congratulated Miss Teymurzadeh with great victory in Eurovision 2009. ?? Standard Holding?s vice president Emin Babayev presented to Aysel a portable computer and a plastic bank card GencKart a BS unique product designed for Azerbaijani youth. Aysel in her turn thanked the BS management for attention and warm receipt. The meeting also involved BS Board?s first deputy chairman Javid Guliyev and deputy director of Holding?s Marketing & Advertising Department Rena Alizadeh.

Who says the Eurovision is cheesy..?
Anglo Celt
Is the Eurovision cheesy? Probably but if you want to be sure ask the nine staff members from St. Clare’s NS who won the Ballyjamesduff X Factor last Friday with a medley of Eurovision classics. They were one of 15 acts who took part in the community effort designed to raise funds to buy IT equipment and visual resources for the new St Clare’s School which caters for 380 pupils.

How the West Won: Norway Takes the Crown at Eurovision
TIME
During the May 16 final watched by more than 100 million people worldwide contestants once again called upon their decidedly nonmusical charms: the Greek entry ripped his shirt to expose a waxed chest while the Albanian entry wore a pink tutu and stood on a wind machine. But in the end Alexander Rybak a boyish fiddle player from Norway stormed to victory because he had the best song — and he didn’t even have to flash anyone. tiiQuigoWriteAd(755776 1458851 142 225 -1); Related Top Ten.

WRLD RUNDUP
Windy City Times
The city had again banned any public pride activities. Mayor Yuri Luzhkov has called gay pride parades “satanic” and “weapons of mass destruction. This year's effort to march came just hours before the finals of the ?campy Eurovision Song Contest held in Moscow this year because Russia won it last year. The competition has a huge gay following across the Continent. Some of the people arrested including Tatchell and Thayer were seized in the middle of interviews with reporters. Cameramen were knocked around as police plowed through to get at various activists. fficers managed to tear off one activist's shirt and bra.

News Ticker: Sean Penn Radiohead Country Music Hall of Fame …
Rolling Stone
Reba McEntire Alison Krauss Garth Brooks and Michael McDonald performed. Norway was the winning country at this year’s 54th Eurovision Song Contest as Alexander Rybak’s “Fairytale” beat out entrants from Iceland and Azerbaijan.
Related from Johnlawtonband: 2nd Annual Benefit Concert for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame …

In photos: ‘Eurovision Song Contest Rehearsal’
Monsters and Critics.com
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Graham Norton pulls off Eurovision debut
Times nline
How could the BBC recast one of the legendary annual broadcasting slots — Terry Wogan plus hip flask being mildly traumatised by the Eurovision Song Contest — with the upstart ingénue Graham Norton?No matter that Norton had volunteered for the job. There were plenty of foolhardy 15-year-old boys in fake moustaches in the trenches in Ypres who volunteered. It didn’t alter the fundamental fact: that the BBC was sending a boy (46-year-old broadcaster) to do the job of a man (comment on lesbian Maltese divas). In the event of course the handover proved so simpatico and seamless it was immediately embarrassing how much everyone had fretted over it. “Yes I know” came Norton’s voice over the opening crowd shots.

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