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May 17, 2009

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Elizabeth

Sadly, here in the US, we are utterly lacking in Eurovision in every possible meaning of the word. Sigh.

GlenH

I have to admit the golden Roman centurions dancing caught my eye!Also it is a bad move to have Dita von Teese on stage with your act- she will get all the attention just standing there.

a thousand shades of twilight

Eliz: You sound like you are yearning for a European holiday...
I hope you see Eurovision one day as I'm sure it would appeal to your sense of silliness. I must say, though, that there wasn't the usual quota of startling changes of glittering costumes, contortionists with ribbons, and pyrotechnics as usual..although good old Albania made up for everyone else in that department!
Glen: Yes, those centurions caught my eye as well - that was traditional Eurovision fare - camp as christmas and utterly inexplicable - hurrah! The strange thing about D v T is that they kept her hidden until the end when all she really did was stand up and everyone gasped at her tiny waist!

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I must admit I loved playing around

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Ah, it is Eurovision Eve! The Happiest Night of the Non-Christian Calendar!

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The strange thing about D v T is that they kept her hidden until the end when all she really did was stand up and everyone gasped at her tiny waist!

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I must say, though, that there wasn't the usual quota of startling changes of glittering costumes, contortionists with ribbons.

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