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Kyiv's Mayor expresses worries on Eurovision 2017 announcement

UKRAINE – Tension rises throughout the candidate cities. After the angry message of Dnipro’s Mayor, it’s the turn of Kyiv’s Mayor to express his worries. Vitaly Klitschko said few moments ago that the there is no more time for a large scale Eurovision in Ukraine and the reputation of the country demand such an event. 47 more words

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The fiasco continues with two cities; Dnipro upset

UKRAINE – Today’s fiasco by the Ukrainian organisers bring a lot of questions whether Ukraine is eligible to host and organise the Eurovision Song Contest or the EBU should remove the contest to another country. 113 more words

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Still no host city for Eurovision 2017!

Which city will host the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest? This is a question Eurovision fans have been asking since Jamala won the 2016 Contest in May. 322 more words

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This is definitely not happening: host city announcement for 14:00 CET, cancelled

UKRAINE – With the announcement of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest host city set for 14:00 CET, moments ago there was an announcement by Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, that the announcement is cancelled!

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Eurovision Sound Contest: American Idol for Countries

On May 14th 2016 was the 61st edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, and also my first year of watching it. Like most Americans, I knew nothing about this tradition until my Belgian friend, Maikel, told me about it earlier on in the fall. 466 more words

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What if....Sergey didn't have the wall?

Russia has proved to be one of the strongest countries at Eurovision in the new millennium, with twelve top 10 placings since 2000 – five of which occurring consecutively since 2012 leading to this year, when Sergey Lazarev earned a very respectable third place in Stockholm, losing out to Dami Im and Jamala. 1,032 more words

Editorials

Seven Years Of Jedward: We Chronicle the Duo’s Career In Song

The 22nd of August 2016 marks 7 years since the 6th series of X Factor first screened on UK and Irish TV. With it came several young hopefuls who’ve gone on to become household names in one way or another, including Olly Murs, Stacey Solomon, and Joe McElderry, who went on to win the series. 1,814 more words
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