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Pro-Russian Ukranians hold ‘unofficial’ Eurovision vote

the people have spokenRussian twins The Tolmachevy Sisters have won a landslide victory in the Eurovision Song Contest according to an unofficial poll which took place in areas held by Pro-Russian demonstrators in Eastern Ukraine.

Voting slips featured a photo of The Tolmachevy Sisters accompanied by the Russian flag, while ‘everyone else’ was represented by a photo of dead WW2 Russians accompanied by a Swastika. After votes were counted, the Russian singing duo were duly declared winners with an impressive 108% of the popular vote.

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Posted: May 13th, 2014
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Putin set to annex Eurovision Song Contest

Vladimir Putin has confirmed that Russia is preparing to ‘annex the Eurovision Song Contest’ if the country fails to win this evening. Russian choirs are reported to be massing around Copenhagen, with reported manoeuvres to out-sing Ukraine contestants and ‘their Western counter tenor backers’.

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Posted: May 10th, 2014
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France to come last in ’Eurovision’ for the next 7 years

Music industry pundits were today predicting that France would suffer humiliating defeat in the annual event as the European public express their displeasure at M. Hollande’s adventurism in the middle-east.

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Posted: Sep 2nd, 2013
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Eurovision rocked by doping scandal

couldn't get a performance like that without lots of chemical helpThe future of the iconic Eurovision song contest is in doubt today, as revelations emerge that at least half of all the victories over the past few decades were down to performance-reducing substances.

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Posted: Jul 17th, 2013
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Music world reeling as Egypt enters Eurovision

It has just been announced that Egypt has entered the Eurovision Song Contest with a song chosen following a ‘fully transparent’ vote.

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Posted: May 25th, 2012
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