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Funny story: The Beatles to reform for the next Eurovision

The Beatles to reform for the next Eurovision

The UK's Eurovision Committee, chaired by Sebastian Coe, have employed the services of Sir Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and a black magician by the name of Alistair Darling for next year's Eurovision contest entry for the UK. "Darling will employ t...
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Funny story: It's Eurovision time again!

It's Eurovision time again!

This Saturday, it's everyone's favourite annual pan-European musical competition - the Eurovision song contest. For a few hours, bleary-eyed Britons will throw away their deeply ingrained xenophobia and enthusiastically embrace their fellow Europeans as their own. Even Eurosceptic UKIP leader Nigel Farage is said to host an annual Eurovision party. He recently admitted that he has fished out hi...
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Funny story: Swedish firms in bidding war for Loreen's Euphoria

Swedish firms in bidding war for Loreen's Euphoria

Eurovision winner, Loreen, is at the centre of a bidding war for the use of his Eurovision winning, chart-topping song Euphoria. Loreen won the competition for Sweden, and now Ikea and Volvo are both after using the song in their latest advertising c...
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Funny story: Eurovision Riot Shame

Eurovision Riot Shame

Rioting fans have once again wreaked havoc in Europe after the weekends Eurovision song contest won by Sweden. In London, angry and rampaging fans, immediately after the result was announced, hurled bottles at police and overturned cars in Trafalg...
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Funny story: One Direction lined up for the 2013 Eurovision song contest

One Direction lined up for the 2013 Eurovision song contest

Reality Show Pop Stars, One Direction, have been lined up to represent the UK in the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest. "We had to act fast," said Sebastian Coe, who has been appointed to make sure that Britain win in 2013 after several years of abject...
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Funny story: Engelbert Humperdinck reveals why he did the Eurovision Song Contest

Engelbert Humperdinck reveals why he did the Eurovision Song Contest

Having been beaten by twenty-four of the twenty-six countries taking part in the 2012 Eurovision song contest Engelbert Humperdinck has revealed why he agreed to take part. The Hump, as he is affectionately known by his Spine Osteopath, managed a...
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Funny story: Swedish Eurovision Song Contest Winner Has "A Big Head And Suspiciously Large Hands" Says Anne Shuttlecock

Swedish Eurovision Song Contest Winner Has "A Big Head And Suspiciously Large Hands" Says Anne Shuttlecock

Long suffering wife of local idiot, Martin Shuttlecock - the lovely Anne - today stated unequivocally that she's had a really shit day. "It all started in the early hours, when my silly bastard of a husband woke me up at about four thirty am deman...
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Funny story: Protesters target Eurovision Song Contest

Protesters target Eurovision Song Contest

Protesters disrupted the preparations for the Eurovision Song Contest earlier today when large groups of human rights campaigners demanded that Jedward be removed from the competition. Brothers John and Edward Grimes, known for their blonde quiffs...
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Funny story: Eurovision song contest will be won by a mime act

Eurovision song contest will be won by a mime act

It was calculated that the Eurovision Song Contest for 2012 would be won by Sweden due to the way countries vote for each other. The mathematical formula for calculating the winner is freely available, and has correctly predicted seven of the last fi...
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Funny story: Journalists Beaten Up? Does Them Good, Says Respected Reporter

Journalists Beaten Up? Does Them Good, Says Respected Reporter

A world-famous newspaper journalist wants to know what all the fuss is about when journalists are beaten up by autocratic regimes. His controversial views follow criticism of corporate authorities in Azerbaijan as it gears up to host the Eurovisio...
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Funny story: Nottingham Pensioner inspired by Henglebert Eumperdink's comeback!

Nottingham Pensioner inspired by Henglebert Eumperdink's comeback!

Henglebert Eumperdink's return to sing in the Euro-vision Song Contest for England, has inspired a Nottingham pensioner, to form a musical group from within the Nottingham City Hospital Rehabilitation Group members. Manager and lead singer of the...
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Funny story: Scotland independence bid to boost UK Eurovision Song Contest hopes

Scotland independence bid to boost UK Eurovision Song Contest hopes

Scotland's bid for independence from the UK was claimed to be a 'scam' last night by a music business insider. The insider who refused to be named said that the plan is for Scotland to get independence, eventually followed by Wales and Northern Ir...
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Funny story: Pan-European Television Channel to be Launched

Pan-European Television Channel to be Launched

A Europe-wide TV channel is to be launched next week, featuring the very best in European interest programming. The channel, to be called EURO-TV, will do its best to avoid the problems encountered by similar now-defunct channels. Those problems were largely caused by the multilingual nature of Europe. EURO-TV will try to avoid these by not broadcasting any speech. Entertainment will be provid...
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Funny story: Eurovision crisis continues: Britain isolated

Eurovision crisis continues: Britain isolated

With only five months until the next Eurovision song contest is held in Azerbaijan, European countries are no closer to resolving the crisis which threatens the existence of the contest itself. There is not enough money to stage the competition, and...
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Funny story: German Protest Movement Grows

German Protest Movement Grows

As the European debt crisis worsens and Germany faces growing calls to increase its contribution to 'bail out' funds and to return gold bullion stolen from Greece in 1941, there is a growing tide of anger and resentment amongst German people. The...
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Funny story: Irish presidential election now open to all former Eurovision contestants

Irish presidential election now open to all former Eurovision contestants

DUBLIN, Ireland - A representative of the Irish government announced yesterday that all former Irish representatives at the Eurovision Song Contest would be eligible to stand for the upcoming presidential election. This marks a notable change to the...
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Funny story: Netanyahu Rejects Obama 1967 View

Netanyahu Rejects Obama 1967 View

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has rejected comments from US President Barack Obama that 1967 was the most significant year in popular music. In what was seen by many as a groundbreaking speech in Washington yesterday, Obama disassociat...
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Funny story: More Bad News On Eurovision Front

More Bad News On Eurovision Front

Hot on the heels of Blue's disappointing showing in the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest , the UK entertainment industry has been hit by more bad news. Following the band's 11th place finish and taking into account the lowly positions of UK entries ov...
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