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  • The Eurovision Song Contest is a annual song competition held among the member countries of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) since 1956. In this
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  • writer, and actor of Belarusian descent. Representing Norway in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest in Moscow, Russia, Rybak won the contest with 387 points
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  • is a powerful message. I am delighted she is using her talent and the Eurovision platform to take this message to a global audience. 3 November 2014; Remarks
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  • validated. Dita Von Teese on posing for Playboy (13 August 2007). At eurovision, The Armenians are killing me with their hair and especially the fierce
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  • Azerbaijan's dictatorship, while actually announcing the German vote in the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest. Transmitted live on TV to 120 million viewers, including
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  • f**king balls." [directed to Charlie from West Kirby during the '09 Eurovision live blog] "Charlie you wang house" "If you can find a part of my body
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  • being confronted about the "elderly" quote said about the German entry to Eurovision. "Just t.A.T.u. Nothing else." Yulia Volkova on being asked what t.A.T
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  • Dictionary "Nul points" The French phrase is often attributed to the annual Eurovision Song Contest in the media and elsewhere, most notably in the episode of
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  • British. Dennis: Uh-huh. We're as peculiar as they come. A song for Eurovision Charlotte: I choose Britannia when I fly. Vanessa: Puppies and the Queen
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  • boom’? Phil Jupitus: Suicidal corgi. The next Norwegian entry for the Eurovision Song Contest? [Singing.] “My heart goes woof, woof, boom.” Rich Hall:
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  • Grisly but gripping. Episode 1 (19 January 1994). 'Drowned Italian Wins Eurovision'. Episode 1 (19 January 1994). 'Arafat Ablaze in Kerosene Oyster Hell'
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  • Alex Drake] You've got a very pretty face but you go on longer than the Eurovision Song Contest. Gene Hunt: [to Alex Drake] You and me, Bolls, we're a team
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