The UK branch of OGAE is one of the larger fan clubs in Europe, and each year holds a its Boom Bang-a-Bang party. This gives fans a chance to mull over the current year's crop up songs. Which ones would get their seal of approval?
BBC launched their 9th series of Strictly Come Dancing Saturday evening. Among the non professionals who will be competing on dancing skills over the next few months is 1969 Eurovision Song Contest winner Lulu. Together with New Zealand dancing partner Brandan Cole she will try to beat, among others, Australian's '80's pop star Jason Donovan.
The UK branch of OGAE is one of the larger national fan clubs of Eurovision. For the past few years, it has held a preview party, and this has become one of the must-attend events for all British Eurovision fans. This year Manchester will again be hosting the event on Saturday 16 April.
The UK's fan club hosted its 6th annual Boom Bang-a-Bang party in Manchester on 30 April. Videos, voting and lots of surprises make sure that this is an event not to be missed. Fans from all over the north-west of England and beyond gathered at the Revolution bar to decide which songs they'd send to the ESC final on 29 May.