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Eurovision is back. This week, the annual song contest returns for its 58th year promising a night full of catchy pop, outrageous costumes and some truly bizarre performances. The UK has had a tough time in the competition recently, infamously failing to gain a single vote from another country in 2003 with Jemini's Cry Baby. This time around, the country is pinning its hopes on Bonnie Tyler, who follows in the footsteps of previous UK contestants Englebert Humperdinck, Cliff Richard, Gina G, Blue and Bucks Fizz. She is up against a wide range of contestants - from the Swiss Salvation Army
Thom Evans and Jessica Lowndes joined Sugababe Heidi Range at the 30th birthday celebrations on Friday. Hot new couple, Thom and Jessica, joined the likes of Kate Thornton, Ant McPartlin, Tamzin Outhwaite and Nicole Appleton who turned out for Heidi's special day. Thom and Jessica each sported black outfits, with former rugby player and model Thom choosing a t-shirt and jeans combination, as well as a leather jacket and 90210 star Jessica opting for a a peplum dress and ankle boots. Canadian actress Jessica accessorised her outfit with a glittering statement necklace. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Hosted at the Sanctum Soho hotel
It's that time once again to invite your friends around, dust off your dancing shoes and get ready to join Europe's biggest party. We could only be talking about the Eurovision Song contest. With an audience of over 130million expected to watch, it is most likely going to be a night of camp disco, catchy lyrics and questionable costumes. This year's ceremony will come live from Sweden, after the country took home the crown last year with Loreen who scored an impressive 372 points. Bonnie Tyler, famous for her hit single Total Eclipse of the Heart, will represent