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The "King of Romance" has gone on the offensive over pal Bonnie Tyler's dismal result in this year's Eurovision Song Contest. Engelbert Humperdinck, who represented the United Kingdom in the annual singing competition in 2012, has blasted the voting
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Suggested Topics Bonnie Tyler is not worried that her appearance on this year's Eurovision could eclipse her career. The star said she understood the reputation surrounding the contest, but believes her fan base and powerful voice are strong enough
FOR weeks, Kim Jong-un has made belligerent threats against South Korea and the US...Seoul, but an expert warns the South Korean capital will get just 45 seconds warning of an artillery attack. FOR 45 years, Australian daytime audiences have watched
The following appeared on the TV screens of Sky TV viewers in the UK to the accompaniment of pictures of a burning Tivoli Gardens with military personnel and armoured vehicles in action uncannily reminiscent of wartime activity: Anchor: Breaking news
And this year, iconic Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler , the talent who gave us Total Eclipse of the Heart back in the day, will rep the UK with new single Believe In Me (above)! Is it just us, or does this music video remind you of an early 1990s boyband
As expected, officials from the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts this morning confirmed a deal to partner with the current presenter of Broadway touring shows in Orlando when the center opens in the fall of 2014. "We learned as we went
January 24, 2013 His name, adopted as a publicity ploy, comes from the 1911 century Austrian composer who wrote "Hansel & Gretel." His voice has made him a mainstay in the international pop music industry for more than 40 years.
Of course, with many at the performance of "Haensel und Gretel" at Vienna's second opera house under the age of 6, one could argue that it was an easy sell...Like past generations, the children at Saturday's performance watched wide-eyed, captivated
As with many of the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm, Hansel and Gretel has gone from its early 19th century collection from Germanic rural sources to publication, adaptation and interpretation, and from darkness to light to darkness again.