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Saturday, 04 May 2013 05:30

United Kingdom: Bonnie Performs Live on BBC One

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Bonnie Tyler, a familiar name in the music industry known for several hits including Holding Out for a Hero, Lost in France, It's a Heartache and Total Eclipse of the Heart took on the task of representing the United Kingdom at this years' edition of the Eurovision Song Contest with the British Broadcasting Corporation asking her following their listen of the song Believe In Me. Promotion for Bonnie has been key both nationally and abroad noting that due to the fact that she was internally selected, she wanted to get the local media involved as much as possible. Believe In Me, a co-write between Desmond Child, Lauren Christy and Christopher Braide will take to the stage during the final but nevertheless, a live performance took place last night. 

As a matter of fact, Bonnie Tyler was invited as one of the guests on The Graham Norton Show which airs Friday nights on BBC One and indeed, she gave a stunning rendition of her entry Believe In Me which has earned her mixed opinions. The staging during the final of the Eurovision Song Contest will be different considering that there will be the addition of backing vocalists, both of male and female gender rather than a band and this will surely help liven up the image. The whole stage performance is being set up by Arlene Phillips, renowned choreographer and former judge on Strictly Come Dancing, which is very much the British version of Dancing with the Stars. It will be intriguing to see how the staging will be divulged on the night but nevertheless, there need not be any worries of a lacklustre vocal performance as was the guest with Engelbert Humperdinck last year. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the latest news. 

Source: BBC

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iwj0Apc-Uqo

Last modified on Saturday, 04 May 2013 05:38