Saturday, 13 March 2010

Eurovision: Your Country Needs You

If you missed Jade Ewen judging and the sugabaes and all the 6 hopefuls for the Uk entry to Eurovision , you can watch the show here !

Eurovision: Your Country Needs You
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Available since yesterday with 6 days left.
Graham Norton presides over the search for the UK's 2010 Eurovision entry.

Sugababes new schedule

Sugababes Latest Schedule :-


Sat 13/03/2010 T4 Channel 4 Sugababes on at 11.50am

Sat 13/03/2010 Company Magazine "Sugababes " Issue

MON 15/03/2010 Album ‘SWEET 7’ UK Release Date March 15th

Tues 16/03/2010 Album Sweet 7 Release Date in CANADA
Wed 17/03/2010 Press the Red Button from any BBC TV channel and select 'Asian Music Awards' from Wednesday 17th March
(Sky & Virgin: Wednesday 17th March, 6pm - Wednesday 24th March, 4am Freeview: Wednesday 17th March, 6pm - Friday 19th March, 12pm
Friday 19th March, 1pm - 6.45pm & 9.10pm - 8.50am (20th)
Saturday 20th March, 11.10am - 2.20pm & 6.10pm - 9.50pm
Sunday 21st March, 1.10am - 1.35pm & 4.15pm - Wednesday 24th March, 4am)
(not available on Freesat)

Thurs 18/03/2010 Capital Radio session confirmed
Fri 19/03/2010 Appearing on TV on The Alan Titchmarsh show 5.00-6.00pm
Fri 19/03/2010 Global Radio Live , Brighton


Sun 25/04/2010 IPL (India Premier League ) Cricket closing ceremony on April 25th (INDIA) confirmed

Sat 01/05/2010 Camden Crawl . Roundhouse
Sun 02/05/2010 Rock 4 Life ,Whiteness, Inverness, Scotland

Sat 03/07/2010 Sound music festival at Netherdale in Galashiels.
Sat 21/08/2010 V Festival or
Sun 22/08/2010 V Festival (This year's V Festival will take place at Hylands Park in Chelmsford and Weston Park, Staffordshire over the weekend of August 21 to August 22. Tickets are on sale from this Friday 5th March.)

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Heidi Range flashes her engagement ring as the Sugababes perform for Britain's Eurovision hopefuls

They were there to support the artist who will represent the UK in this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
But Heidi Range couldn't resist flashing her engagement ring as the Sugababes performed for Graham Norton tonight.
The newly-engaged singer was singing live on One's Your Country Needs You!, the BBC's competition to find this year's British representative.

Betrothed: Heidi Range can't stop smiling as she shows off her engagement ring

And as the hopefuls waited in the wings to hear which one would be headed to Norway at the end of May, the girls performed their latest hit and chatted to their host.
Heidi, 26, took the opportunity to show off her diamond, given to her by her TV presenter fiance Dave Berry, who proposed to her on New Year's Eve while they holidayed in India.
As host Graham Norton gushed over the bling, Heidi blushed as her bandmates Amelle Berrabah and Jade Ewen clapped delightedly.

Delighted: Amelle Berrabah (L) and Jade Ewen applaud Heidi's engagement

And night was no doubt pretty special for Jade too, bringing the memories flooding back for the girl group's newest member.
Last year, she was chosen to represent the United Kingdom in the contest. She later finished in 5th place in Moscow with It's My Time.
It was the UK's best placing for seven years after a run of disastrous results.

From Euro to stardom: Last year's UK entry Jade shows off her enviable long legs as she performs with the Sugababes

But what a difference a year has made for the 21-year-old singer, who is now part of one of the UK's most successful all-female group of the 21st century.
And last night, she joined the judging panel alongside music producer Pete Waterman and Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli to rate each of the six acts before they faced a public vote.
And it was a teenager from Essex who not only impressed the celebrity panel with his version of Jason Donovan's hit song Too Many Broken Hearts but also won the hearts of the public.

Essex boy: Joe Dubovie wows the judges, landing him the coveted position of the UK's Eurovision representative

Happy outcome: Joe poses with host Graham Norton (L), Jade and music producer Pete Waterman

Joe Dubovie, 19, reached the final three alongside fellow contestants 20-year-old dancer Alexis Gerred and 19-year-old vocalist Esma Akkilic, winning the public vote after coming in the final two with Gerred.
He also sang a Mike Stock and Pete Waterman song, called That Sounds Good To Me, which he will perform at the contest in Norway on May 29.

He said: 'I'm so so happy, I really can't believe it. Is this real?
'I never believed I'd come this far. The minute I heard the song I thought it was a definite winner.'

Soon to wed: Heidi and fiancé Dave Berry

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Jade Ewen talks to YCNY 2010

YCNY - Jade speaks

As Jade Ewen prepares for tonight's Eurovision show, she talks about representing the UK last year, life in the Sugababes and more.
Graham Norton presides over one of the year's most important votes: who will represent the United Kingdom at the Eurovision Song Contest. Taking on the Eurovision challenge for 2010 is legendary hit maker Pete Waterman, with six acts fighting for the right to sing his song. Also performing are the Sugababes and last year's Eurovision winner, Norwegian superstar Alexander Rybak.

Sugababes photos from Asian Music Awards

Sugababes - Wear My Kiss, YCNY 2010

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