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You have so much to think about when you win Eurovision, said de Forest, who this year will perform the official Eurovision theme, her latest single Rainmaker, at Saturday's final in Copenhagen. As fans from around the world descend on the Danish
Armenia's decision to quit the Eurovision Song Contest in Azerbaijan is proving costly: the country will pay the full participant's fee, plus an extra 50 per cent as a fine...So, Spain's Eurovision contestant has been politely advised not to win
Tooji was born in Iran but his family fled to Norway before his first birthday...He's a former MTV presenter and he also works with children when he's not singing techno-infused pop songs...The last time was in 1995 when Secret Garden took out the
Norway Killer's Diary Entry Sarcastic of Kenyan Singer Kevin J Kelley 25 July 2011 A diary compiled by confessed mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik includes comments critical of a Kenyan singer who represented Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest.
A singing duo from Azerbaijan was the surprise winner of the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday, the first victory for the country technically located in Asia since it began competing in the popular event four years ago. Eldar Gasimov and Nigar
The winning nation hosts the next year's telecast, carrying all the expenses that go with it, giving rise to the belief some countries submit mediocre entrants, fearful of winning and copping the bill. Some countries, notably Greece, were dropped
The unaffordable Eurovision song contest The annual festival of camp is being hit by the financial crisis which means some countries need to rein in their spending Norway is hosting this year's Eurovision song contest after Alexander Rybak won in
Getting hold of Eurovision Song Contest 2009 winner Alexander Rybak is near impossible. Almost every day the young singer and violinist has a concert in a new city or even new country. Rybak recently released his debut album �Fairytales� and has
Once again, examples of these performance rights groups working against the wishes of artists, rather than helping them out.