SCOOCH


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SCOOCHStanding Conference of Oriental Orthodox Churches (USA)
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"I know Scooch did not do very well but taking part was an absolutely positive experience and I would do it again.
Rolling back the years: Scooch Eurovision action and, right, from top, Natalie Powers the pop star, on a return visit to her old school and a cutting from the Birmingham Mail which shows she was always destined for the stage.
They were the first country to give Scooch points but the UK did not return the favour, snubbing the Irish entry completely.
But the Ukraine finished second to runaway winners Serbia's Marija Serifovic (inset), with Russia in third and Scooch eventually finishing second from bottom on 19 points, just above perennial winners Ireland.
But it was not to be and, while Scooch didn't quite achieve the notoriety of getting nil points, they were joint second-last.
Each character gets their moment in the spotlight when they break out on to a separate stage to lip-synch their way through faithful recreations of Eurovision numbers such as The New Seekers' 1972 British silver-medaller Beg, Steal or Borrow, Scooch's Flying the Flag and the anthemic Israeli champ from 1979, Hallelujah.
Other dates for your diary include: * Eurovision stars Scooch in a tribute to US hit series Glee - Friday, September 23.
Lined up on the bill for the main Nightingale stage at the festival on Saturday, May 28, are British Euro flops Scooch (22nd in 2007) and Josh Dubovie (last in 2010).
She's had public spats with Cheryl Cole, Eurovision flops Scooch and various religious groups after a sketch on her show that features the Pope.
Last year's contenders, Scooch, finished a disastrous 22nd out of 24 with their song Flying The Flag.