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The Irish Times
That’s entertainment: Enya on song as Riverdance profits diplast year, according to newly filed accounts. Riverdance was first performed d
The Irish Times / Posted 4 hours ago
last year, according to newly filed accounts. Riverdance was first performed during the interval of the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest at the Point Theatre in Dublin. Since the full show’s world premiere in Ireland at the same venue on February... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
StarNews buries time capsule for 150th anniversaryFlying Trapeze," written in 1867, and Big Al Hall performed "Here's What's Happ
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 22 hours ago
Flying Trapeze," written in 1867, and Big Al Hall performed "Here's What's Happening," the winning entry from the StarNews song contest. Meanwhile, local officials spoke about their appreciation for being involved in the event. "I just hope that... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
The final 24 acts revealed on X Factor as they head to Judges' Housesthe audience booed Nicole's decision. Slavko is a 31-year- old actor from Mont
Liverpool Echo / Posted 2 days ago
the audience booed Nicole's decision. Slavko is a 31-year- old actor from Montenegro - and has competed in the Eurovision Song Contest previously. He sang Little Bad Girl by David Guetta ft. Taio Cruz and Ludacris in the Six Chair Challenge. The... Read more
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express
'UNFAIR!' EU states scrap over UK-based agencies in undignified 'Eurovision-style' contestas places the prospective staff wouldn’t want to live. The bizarre beauty page
express / Posted 2 days ago
as places the prospective staff wouldn’t want to live. The bizarre beauty pageant, which was likened to the Eurovision song contest by one foreign minister, takes place against a backdrop of a possible exodus of the agencies’ workers after... Read more
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Perth Now
Barmy Army’s cheeky Starc rebukeEngland’s fans won’t sit back in silence. They’ve let Starc know in no uncerta
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
England’s fans won’t sit back in silence. They’ve let Starc know in no uncertain terms that they plan on “winning every song contest from the GABBA to the SCG” during the five-Test series. “Don’t ever forget there will be 30,000 travelling fans... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Dami’s a Xmas starshe has now gone on to perform in front of audiences of thousands – including h
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 days ago
she has now gone on to perform in front of audiences of thousands – including her star turn at last year’s Eurovision Song Contest – Dami says performing at carol events across the country was her first taste of what it was like to sing for... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
StarNews, local officials to bury time capsulePark Elementary, as well as Big Al Hall, who will sing “Here is What’s Happenin
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 5 days ago
Park Elementary, as well as Big Al Hall, who will sing “Here is What’s Happening,” the winning entry from the StarNews’ song contest. Wilmington Funeral & Cremation is donating the time capsule and will help bury it; Family Monuments will... Read more
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Herald.ie
'I'm positive about Eurovision chance next year' - Martyand says it is looking for experienced acts. Marty, who provides the commentar
Herald.ie / Posted 7 days ago
and says it is looking for experienced acts. Marty, who provides the commentary for Irish viewers of the annual song contest, feels confident that Ireland will make the final next year. "I think it should be open to anybody who wants to... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Barmy Army’s cheeky Starc rebukeEngland’s fans won’t sit back in silence. They’ve let Starc know in no uncerta
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
England’s fans won’t sit back in silence. They’ve let Starc know in no uncertain terms that they plan on “winning every song contest from the GABBA to the SCG” during the five-Test series. “Don’t ever forget there will be 30,000 travelling fans... Read more
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Daily Mail
Benny Andersson says Mamma Mia producers are playing it safe on sequelthe singers Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Agnetha Faltskog. The group became a pop ph
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
the singers Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Agnetha Faltskog. The group became a pop phenomenon after winning the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest. Their extraordinary string of mega-hits includes Mamma Mia, Fernando, Dancing Queen, Knowing Me Knowing You and... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Bucks Fizz: This time we throw away Zimmer frames not skirts ... and then we fall overthe original foursome delighted viewers across the continent with their skirt-r
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
the original foursome delighted viewers across the continent with their skirt-ripping dance routine on the 1981 Eurovision Song Contest, but the remaining members of pop legends Bucks Fizz agree that nothing has... Read more
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metro
Fame Academy is 15 - the class of 2002 todayLP, New Day, arrived in 2007, the same year one of his songs narrowly missed ou
metro / Posted 15 days ago
LP, New Day, arrived in 2007, the same year one of his songs narrowly missed out on representing Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest. He’s since released several further albums, hosted shows on BBC Radio Ulster, Six FM and UTV Belfast, and... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
Lulu’s St Albans concert is something to Shout aboutbiggest hits, new tracks and songs that have influenced and guided her througho
Herts Advertiser / Posted 15 days ago
biggest hits, new tracks and songs that have influenced and guided her throughout her incredible career. Former Eurovision Song Contest winner Lulu said: “I toured for the first time in 15 years in 2015 and haven’t stopped since. “I absolutely... Read more
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Royston & Buntingford Crow
Rolling Stones tribute band’s charity concert for Stevenage schooland musician Alex Larke. Alex, the Clones’ version of Mick Jagger, represented
Royston & Buntingford Crow / Posted 15 days ago
and musician Alex Larke. Alex, the Clones’ version of Mick Jagger, represented the UK at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest in Austria as part of duo Electro Velvet. Doors to Friday’s Rolling Clones concert in Mobbsbury Way open at... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Saintfield Girls' Brigade wins silver at world song contestWatch: 2nd Saintfield Girls’ Brigade performing Rooted in Love October 4 201
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
Watch: 2nd Saintfield Girls’ Brigade performing Rooted in Love October 4 2017 Watch: A Girls' Brigade group from Northern... Read more
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Herald Sun
SSM vote is getting ‘dangerous’“But we might be pleasantly surprised. We’re all very hopeful in Ireland that A
Herald Sun / Posted 16 days ago
“But we might be pleasantly surprised. We’re all very hopeful in Ireland that Australia will vote Yes. “And you might end up having gay marriage and being in the Eurovision Song Contest in the same year — it’ll be like Australia’s starte... Read more
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The Courier Mail
SSM vote is getting ‘dangerous’“But we might be pleasantly surprised. We’re all very hopeful in Ireland that A
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 days ago
“But we might be pleasantly surprised. We’re all very hopeful in Ireland that Australia will vote Yes. “And you might end up having gay marriage and being in the Eurovision Song Contest in the same year — it’ll be like Australia’s starte... Read more
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express
Shout singer Lulu on Strictly and love life: Dating isn't priority for mewear so I have a little bit of a different situation.” In addition to recording
express / Posted 19 days ago
wear so I have a little bit of a different situation.” In addition to recording a string of hits, Lulu won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1969 with Boom Bang-aBang and had a starring role in the 1967 Sidney Poitier film To Sir, With Love. She also... Read more
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Waveguide TV and Radio News
Friday September 29 2017public have been invited to submit their song submissions for a chance to appea
Waveguide TV and Radio News / Posted 20 days ago
public have been invited to submit their song submissions for a chance to appear as the UK entry in next year�s Eurovision Song Contest. Today, BBC Studios opened the public song submissions, with �emotive lyrics, memorable melodies and brilliant... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Do you have what it takes to win Eurovision? Or will you get "nul points"people can take part in the perfomance. Entrants have until October 27 to ente
Reading Evening Post / Posted 20 days ago
people can take part in the perfomance. Entrants have until October 27 to enter their songs ahead of the 63rd Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon, Portugal next May. Alongside the public submissions - which will be considered and shortlisted by a... Read more
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walesonline
Do you have what it takes to win Eurovision? Or will you get "nul points"people can take part in the perfomance. Entrants have until October 27 to ente
walesonline / Posted 20 days ago
people can take part in the perfomance. Entrants have until October 27 to enter their songs ahead of the 63rd Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon, Portugal next May. Alongside the public submissions - which will be considered and shortlisted by a... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Do you have what it takes to win Eurovision? Or will you get "nul points"people can take part in the perfomance. Entrants have until October 27 to ente
Manchester Evening News / Posted 20 days ago
people can take part in the perfomance. Entrants have until October 27 to enter their songs ahead of the 63rd Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon, Portugal next May. Alongside the public submissions - which will be considered and shortlisted by a... Read more
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birminghammail
Do you have what it takes to win Eurovision? Or will you get "nul points"people can take part in the perfomance. Entrants have until October 27 to ente
birminghammail / Posted 20 days ago
people can take part in the perfomance. Entrants have until October 27 to enter their songs ahead of the 63rd Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon, Portugal next May. Alongside the public submissions - which will be considered and shortlisted by a... Read more
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chroniclelive
Do you have what it takes to win Eurovision? Or will you get "nul points"people can take part in the perfomance. Entrants have until October 27 to ente
chroniclelive / Posted 20 days ago
people can take part in the perfomance. Entrants have until October 27 to enter their songs ahead of the 63rd Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon, Portugal next May. Alongside the public submissions - which will be considered and shortlisted by a... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Do you have what it takes to win Eurovision? Or will you get "nul points"people can take part in the perfomance. Entrants have until October 27 to ente
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 20 days ago
people can take part in the perfomance. Entrants have until October 27 to enter their songs ahead of the 63rd Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon, Portugal next May. Alongside the public submissions - which will be considered and shortlisted by a... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Do you have what it takes to win Eurovision? Or will you get "nul points"Or will you get "nul points" - Liverpool Echo You have till October 27th to en
Liverpool Echo / Posted 20 days ago
Or will you get "nul points" - Liverpool Echo You have till October 27th to enter your song ahead of the 63rd Eurovison Song Contest If you think you have an original song with memorable melodies or emotive lyrics, then you can now enter the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Members of the public can submit songs for next year’s Eurovision UK entrypublic have been invited to submit their song submissions for a chance to appea
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
public have been invited to submit their song submissions for a chance to appear as the UK entry in next year’s Eurovision Song... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Members of the public can submit songs for next year’s Eurovision UK entrypublic have been invited to submit their song submissions for a chance to appea
Irish Examiner / Posted 20 days ago
public have been invited to submit their song submissions for a chance to appear as the UK entry in next year’s Eurovision Song Contest. On Friday, BBC Studios opened the public song submissions, with “emotive lyrics, memorable melodies and... Read more
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Gazette News
Musician hoping for big break in 'unsigned' competition finalare worlds apart." Previous winners have included Molly Smitten-Downes, who we
Gazette News / Posted 21 days ago
are worlds apart." Previous winners have included Molly Smitten-Downes, who went on to represent the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest. Charlie added: "To be nominated amongst such great talent is an honour. It is great to get recognition for... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Spud Thornhill: The other records broken by Norwich City at Middlesbrough. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Back in the first week of April 1976
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 21 days ago
. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Back in the first week of April 1976, United Kingdom won the Eurovision Song Contest for the third time with the song ‘Save Your Kisses For Me’. It was sung by Brotherhood of man. To send a link... Read more
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News.com.au
ABBA’s Benny on Mamma Mia 2chats to Bjorn Ulvaeus from ABBA10:07 Matt Gilbertson chats to Bjorn Ulvaeus f
News.com.au / Posted 22 days ago
chats to Bjorn Ulvaeus from ABBA10:07 Matt Gilbertson chats to Bjorn Ulvaeus from ABBA live in Sweden for the Eurovision Song Contest. ABBA’s Benny Andersson talks solo album, Mamma Mia 2 and hologram tour. Picture:... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Singer Anabela Aya Wins Luanda Song Contest Big PrizeLuanda — The Angolan singer Anabela Aya won last Friday the Luanda Song Contest
AllAfrica.com / Posted 23 days ago
Luanda — The Angolan singer Anabela Aya won last Friday the Luanda Song Contest main prize with the song entitled ?Teu Nome? (Your Name) written by the music critic and songwriter Jomo Fortunato. Anabela Aya, who competed with 12 other contestants,... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Terry Wogan voted best BBC radio presenter of all time1997 for his services to broadcasting, the Irishman was also famous for providi
Irish Examiner / Posted 23 days ago
1997 for his services to broadcasting, the Irishman was also famous for providing witty commentary to the annual Eurovision Song Contest on television. John Peel came second in the list (Ian West/PA) A poll shared by Radio Times magazine to mark... Read more
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metro
The late great Sir Terry Wogan tops poll as best BBC radio presenter of all timewas awarded an honorary OBE in 1997 for his services to broadcasting, and was a
metro / Posted 23 days ago
was awarded an honorary OBE in 1997 for his services to broadcasting, and was also famed for adding his classic Irish wit to the Eurovision song contest each year. The BBC favourite died in January 2016 after a ‘short but brave battle’ with ca... Read more
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Irish Examiner
The Killers are on track for UK number one with new album Wonderful Wonderfulin fourth and BCCIV by Black Country Communion coming in fifth. Elsewhere, The
Irish Examiner / Posted 23 days ago
in fourth and BCCIV by Black Country Communion coming in fifth. Elsewhere, The Fizz – formerly known as UK Eurovision Song Contest legends Bucks Fizz – have already reached number 11 with their first new tracks in three decades, The F-Z Of... Read more
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metro
Eurovision winner Salvador Sobral 'in intensive care' awaiting heart transplantrecovery from that operation – and went on to score a resounding victory at Eur
metro / Posted 24 days ago
recovery from that operation – and went on to score a resounding victory at Eurovision with 758 points, giving Portugal their first ever win after 48 previous attempts. The 2018 Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Lisbon on May 8, 10 an... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
X Factor’s Berget sings her way to bootcamp in final audition rounda version of Hasta Manana, by Abba. He said the makeshift foursome could signa
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
a version of Hasta Manana, by Abba. He said the makeshift foursome could signal a win for the UK in next year’s Eurovision Song Contest before backing his claim with a resounding yes. In the last episode before the show moves to bootcamp next... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Sensational soul singers among hopefuls bringing an end to X Factor auditionswould look like “if we were girls”, but claims the four-piece version would be
Irish Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
would look like “if we were girls”, but claims the four-piece version would be worthy of a slot in next year’s Eurovision Song Contest line-up. Carol and Anna-Maria are Just Us (Syco/Thames TV/PA) Dance teacher and father Reuel Elijah, 21, also... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Sensational soul singers among hopefuls bringing an end to X Factor auditionswould look like “if we were girls”, but claims the four-piece version would be
EveningTimes Online / Posted 25 days ago
would look like “if we were girls”, but claims the four-piece version would be worthy of a slot in next year’s Eurovision Song Contest line-up. Carol and Anna-Maria are Just Us (Syco/Thames TV/PA) Dance teacher and father Reuel Elijah, 21, also... Read more
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metro
Eurovision's Slavko Kalezic wows on X Factor after Louis 'told him to audition'- Michelle Keegan's ex - wins X Factor bootcamp place but no date with Nicole
metro / Posted 25 days ago
- Michelle Keegan's ex - wins X Factor bootcamp place but no date with Nicole The 31-year-old – who made his mark at the Song Contest in Kiev earlier this year with his plait-swinging performance – wowed the panel in the seventh auditions show... Read more
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NZCity
Katie Price is planning to duet with her son Harveymight even try and style out a music video." In 2005, Katie attempted to becom
NZCity / Posted 28 days ago
might even try and style out a music video." In 2005, Katie attempted to become the UK's representative for the Eurovision Song Contest by taking part in selection process show 'Making Your Mind Up', but she narrowly missed out, finishing... Read more
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heraldscotland
Festival director hits out at Home Office as Moroccan storyteller denied visa for leading book festivalto the country, leading to an event’s cancellation. Basalt, a trio based in Vie
heraldscotland / Posted 28 days ago
to the country, leading to an event’s cancellation. Basalt, a trio based in Vienna, were due to perform with the Eurovision Song Contest winning singer, Conchita Wurst, for the New European Songbook events. The performance, in the end, had to be... Read more
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metro
Katie Price set to perform duet with son Harvey on tourmight even try and style out a music video.’ In 2005, Katie attempted to becom
metro / Posted 30 days ago
might even try and style out a music video.’ In 2005, Katie attempted to become the UK’s representative for the Eurovision Song Contest by taking part in selection process show ‘Making Your Mind Up’, but she narrowly missed out, finishing... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
The enduring appeal of Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers as it returns to NorwichPhoto: Submitted Lyn rose to fame in the early Seventies as a member of The Ne
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 30 days ago
Photo: Submitted Lyn rose to fame in the early Seventies as a member of The New Seekers singing on their 1972 Eurovision Song Contest entry Beg, Steal Or Borrow, and their Number One hit two years later, You Won’t Find Another Fool Like Me. She... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
TV Choice: September 24-30about unrecognised countries, those that aren't members of the United Nations,
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 1 months ago
about unrecognised countries, those that aren't members of the United Nations, they don't send entrants to the Eurovision Song Contest, etc. "There are a lot of those around the world, where people live who feel they're not represented. It... Read more
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The Courier
Baku, Azerbaijan: The little-known country that's a little bit weirdare known for their prowess in combat sports like wrestling and boxing, and for
The Courier / Posted 1 months ago
are known for their prowess in combat sports like wrestling and boxing, and for their victory in the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest (if you can count that as sport), there are plenty of other contests of equally questionable legitimacy being... Read more
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express
‘Game of Thrones’ at Nato may cost Brit top job as bitter EU may punish UK by shunning himduring a ceremony at the new NATO headquarters in Brussels A defence source sa
express / Posted 1 months ago
during a ceremony at the new NATO headquarters in Brussels A defence source said: “If this becomes like the Eurovision Song Contest [heavily influenced by politics] then certain countries may not choose Stu because of Brexit. Military chiefs... Read more
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Billboard
In Honor of Hispanic Heritage Month: The 50 Greatest Latin Songs of All Timewith “Eres tu,” a track penned by master songwriter Juan Carlos Calderon that w
Billboard / Posted 1 months ago
with “Eres tu,” a track penned by master songwriter Juan Carlos Calderon that was a runner up in the 1973 Eurovision Song contest. “Eres tu” was a great pop song. But its complex harmonies and gospel tinges were frankly revolutionary. The... Read more

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