The Top 5 innovators of the wind machine at Eurovision Part Deux

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After the scandal at the Belgrade contest we saw ourselves in Moscow for 2009. Here the wind was in full force. A cunning pop princess born in Belgium of Turkish origin took to the stage in all her resplendent glory to represent the former Ottoman Empire with the song Dum Tek Tek. This song was much feared by the great Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber as he saw it as major competition against his entry that year. Fearing he might have to take to the stage in scantily clad Turkish national dress the organisers saw sense and sat him behind a piano for his Eurovision debut. Hadise however was taking no bull and thrilled her audience as she performed in a sustained gale shaking her hips in a three piece split skirt. This Turkish goddess finished the 2009 contest in 4th place.

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