This category is all about LGBT community's beloved Eurovision Song Contest, from national selection to the Eurovision final. It's all about glam and glitter and the songs of course.

Alexander Rybak won the Eurosong 2009 tonight in Moscow. Norway got 387 points, and Alexander said: Meet me at the Airport (Gardemoen, Norway) tomorrow at 23.00 CET.
The Foreign Office (UK) is investigating reports that human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has been arrested at a gay pride march in Russia.
Police will "strictly'' apply the law to an unauthorised gay rights protest expected to take place in Moscow when the Eurovision Song Contest final is held, a top official said today.
Jonathan Fagerlund is a Swedish singer. He was a member of "Streetwize", an international boyband based in UK and Ireland.  Jonathan took part in the Melodifestivalen in March of 2009 with this song "Welcome to My Life".
He didn't make it in Melodifestivalen, but still I can smell a number one hit for Mr. Zelmerlöw. Some says that acoustic version is better than the orginal.... You can decide for your self. 
Anna Sahlene from Sweden and Maria Haukaas Storeng from Norway didn't make it in the Swedish Melodifestivalen, but the song "Killing Me Tenderly" is already a hit song in Sweden.
Alexander Rybak won the Norwegian people last night, and will represent Norway in EuroSong 2009. This year EuroSong will be held in Moscow.
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