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Logo To Air 2017 Eurovision Song Contest

12 hours agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

It's like "Drag Race" meets "American Idol."

Eurovision 2017 To Air in the US On Logo

The Eurovision Song Contest, the longest-running annual international TV song competition, will be broadcast in the U.S. for a second consecutive year. Viacom’s Logo, which carried the Grand Finale live last year, will do it again for...Show More Summary

Preview All The Songs Of The 2017 Eurovision Song Contest

6 days agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

Check out the 42 entries before the first round of competition on May 9.

Eurovision Song Contest Bans Russia For Annexing Crimea in 2014: VIDEO

last weekLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

With three weeks to go until semi-final one, Eurovision organizers have announced that Russia has been banned from this year’s contest. Since first taking part in the Eurovision in 1994, Russia has become one of the competition’s most successful part… Read The post Eurovision Song Contest Bans Russia For Annexing Crimea in 2014: VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.

Kremlin blasts Eurovision for dropping Russia

Moscow on Friday denounced the decision by Eurovision Song Contest organisers to drop Russia from this year's contest, following a row with hosts Ukraine. Russia's state-run Channel One said Thursday it would not broadcast the event,...Show More Summary

Ukraine Bans Russia’s Eurovision Entry From 2017 Contest Because She’s Performed In Crimea [VIDEO]

last weekLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

The Guardian reports: Few rules have been bent, manipulated and outright broken quite like the Eurovision song contest’s ban on “lyrics, speeches [or] gestures of a political or similar nature”. Over the six decades of the competition...Show More Summary

Kremlin fury at Eurovision dropping Russia

A decision by the organisers of the Eurovision Song Contest to drop Russia from this year's contest following a spat with Ukraine was roundly denounced by Moscow on Friday. Russia's state-run Channel One said Thursday it would not broadcast...Show More Summary

Russia to boycott Eurovision song contest due to Ukraine row

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's state broadcaster has said it will boycott this year's Eurovision song contest after the host country, Ukraine, said it would bar entry to the Russian contestant and Moscow rejected two possible compromises suggested by organizers.

Russian TV drops Eurovision over Ukraine singer ban

Russia's main state television channel said Thursday it was dropping the Eurovision Song Contest from its schedules after Ukraine banned its performer from entering the country to take part. "Channel One considers the refusal by Ukraine absolutely groundless. Show More Summary

Kiev slams Eurovision call to allow Russian singer

Ukraine on Saturday complained of "unprecedented and unacceptable" calls from the Eurovision Song Contest's organisers for it to lift an entry ban on Russia's contestant. In an angry row ahead of the kitsch song contest in May to beShow More Summary

Eurovision threatens to ban Ukraine over Russian singer row

The organisers of the Eurovision song contest have threatened to ban Ukraine from future competitions unless it allows Russia's entrant to enter the country and take part in this year's show which Kiev is hosting. Last week Ukraine imposed...Show More Summary

Russia spurns Eurovision offer of remote participation for its singer

Russia's state-run broadcaster on Thursday quickly spurned Eurovision's offer for its contestant to participate in this year's song contest via satellite after Ukraine barred the singer from entering the country. "We find the offer of...Show More Summary

Eurovision offers Russia remote performance in Ukraine show

Organizers of the Eurovision song contest say they're taking the unprecedented step of offering to let Russia's contestant perform via satellite after authorities in host Ukraine banned her from entering … Click to Continue »

Kremlin says it wants review of Ukraine's decision to bar Russian Eurovision entry

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia expects Ukraine's "unfair" decision to ban the Russian entry for the 2017 Eurovision song contest from entering the country to be reviewed, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday.

Ukraine bans Russia's entry to Eurovision song contest

The Eurovision song contest, nominally an apolitical festival of pop music confections and cheerfully tacky costumes, erupted into a political dispute Wednesday after Ukraine banned Russia's contestant from entering the … Click to Continue »

Eurovision goes choral, but not many want to sing

2 months agoMusic / Classical : Slipped Disc

The organisers of the Eurovision Song Contest have announced a new talent show for amateur choirs, to be known as Eurovision Choir of the Year. The show will be compered on July 22 by the US composer Eric Whitacre and a Latvian TV presenter Eva Ikstena. However, only seven Eurovision countries have agreed to take […]

Eurovision in Trouble? Top Producers Have Left the World’s Most Campy Song Contest

Eurovision in Trouble? Top Producers Have Left the World’s Most Campy Song Contest People are questioning whether Eurovision is in trouble after producers, the event manager and head of security for this year's song contest have left Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!

A New Crisis Hits Ukraine: Turmoil at the Eurovision Song Contest

2 months agoNews : NYTimes: News

The contest, a European institution that is scheduled to take place in Ukraine this year, appears to be in jeopardy after the organizing team quit en masse amid allegations of corruption.

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