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Bonnie Tyler at Eurovision

The Eurovision song contest is getting ready for the world stage again, and the UK entry for the 2013 song contest is being sung by the iconic rock song stress Bonnie Tyler. Let’s hope she can bring some success back to the UK after the last few disappointing entries. On 18 May 2013, Bonnie will be singing Believe in Me to an estimated 120 million viewers in Malmo, Sweden. It’s been called song for Europe, Eurovision, and sometimes a pain to listen to, but this anachronistic singing competition has been... Read More

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Eurovision Song Contest

With the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest Semi-Finals and Finals set to take place in Baku, Azerbaijan on May 22, 24 and 26th, the anticipation for the amazing event is building at a steady pace. The BBC Eurovision 2012 announcement of the UK entry winner, Engelbert Humperdinck along with the #1 spot in the final line-up going to the UK, has caused pride and excitement to kick into high gear in London. Light Your Fire With Eurovision Song Contest 2012 Eurovision UK 2012 fever has taken over as Europe’s biggest song... Read More

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Eurovision Song Contest

The 56th Eurovision song contest is to be held on May 10, 12 and 14, 2011 in the LTU arena in Dusseldorf. After last year’s contribution from the German interpreter Lena Meyer-Mandruth, Germany won the contest in Oslo. Basically, five countries are directly set up for the final round. This includes the host (Germany) and the rest of the so-called “Big Five”, which are the United Kingdom, Spain, Italy and France. The remaining 38 participating countries compete in one of the semi-finals on May 10 and May 12 before the... Read More

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Bonnie Tyler at Eurovision

The Eurovision song contest is getting ready for the world stage again, and the UK entry for the 2013 song contest is being sung by the iconic rock song stress Bonnie Tyler. Let’s hope she can bring some success back to the UK after the last few disappointing entries. On 18 May 2013, Bonnie will be singing Believe in Me to an estimated 120 million viewers in Malmo, Sweden. It’s been called song for Europe, Eurovision, and sometimes a pain to listen to, but this anachronistic singing competition has been... Read More

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Cheer on the UK Entry for Eurovision 2013

The Eurovision song contest is getting ready for the world stage again, and the UK entry for the 2013 song contest is being sung by the iconic rock song stress Bonnie Tyler. Let’s hope she can bring some success back to the UK after the last few disappointing entries. On 18 May 2013, Bonnie will be singing Believe in Me to an estimated 120 million viewers in Malmo, Sweden. It’s been called song for Europe, Eurovision, and sometimes a pain to listen to, but this anachronistic singing competition has been... Read More

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Cheer on Bonnie Tyler at Eurovision 2013

The Eurovision song contest is getting ready for the world stage again, and the UK entry for the 2013 song contest is being sung by the iconic rock song stress Bonnie Tyler. Let’s hope she can bring some success back to the UK after the last few disappointing entries. On 18 May 2013, Bonnie will be singing Believe in Me to an estimated 120 million viewers in Malmo, Sweden. It’s been called song for Europe, Eurovision, and sometimes a pain to listen to, but this anachronistic singing competition has been... Read More

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Formula to Win Eurovision Song Contest

Originally, the Eurovision Song Contest design was a platform to showcase national music themes. The songs, however, have been more conducive to an entertainment genre, rather than anything patriotic. This fact, among others can be important when attempting to figure out how to win Eurovision. Professor Derek Scott has been on a mission to find out how to win Eurovision. The United Kingdom has not come close to winning, so in an effort to gain votes, the professor studied the winners since the beginning days of Eurovision. He discovered what... Read More

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Winning Formula for Eurovision Song Contest – Revealed!

Originally, the Eurovision Song Contest design was a platform to showcase national music themes. The songs, however, have been more conducive to an entertainment genre, rather than anything patriotic. This fact, among others can be important when attempting to figure out how to win Eurovision. Professor Derek Scott has been on a mission to find out how to win Eurovision. The United Kingdom has not come close to winning, so in an effort to gain votes, the professor studied the winners since the beginning days of Eurovision. He discovered what... Read More

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Eurovision Song Contest – All You need to know

First of all, this year it will be in Baku that is the capital of the one time Soviet country known as Azerbaijan. The country is located near the Caspian Sea. During the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest, they won with a son called “Running Scared” by Ell and Nikki. UK Eurovision Song This year, the UK is trying to win the Eurovision Song Contest with an entry by Engelbert Humperdinck. The 75 year old Engelbert Humperdinck has been chosen to represent the BBC at the contest. The song that Engelbert... Read More

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Eurovision Song Contest 2012

With the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest Semi-Finals and Finals set to take place in Baku, Azerbaijan on May 22, 24 and 26th, the anticipation for the amazing event is building at a steady pace. The BBC Eurovision 2012 announcement of the UK entry winner, Engelbert Humperdinck along with the #1 spot in the final line-up going to the UK, has caused pride and excitement to kick into high gear in London. Light Your Fire With Eurovision Song Contest 2012 Eurovision UK 2012 fever has taken over as Europe’s biggest song... Read More