Thursday, 8 March 2012

Good luck Englebert

Just wanting to wish Englebert all the best for The Eurovision Song Contest, in May. Don't you think it is just fantastic that we are going to enter a real singer this time, and someone who still has a wonderful voice and such charisma at the age of 75. Go for it, we love you. All together now sing along with Enge.

14 comments:

  1. I saw him in Las Vegas more than 30 years ago and he's just as vibrant. Let's keep our fingers crossed. Check out my 3-ingredient spaghetti sauce. I'm #28. Come visit when you can.

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  2. They don't make 'em like that any more :0) I remember hearing Please Release Me - I was 7 when it came out, and living in Leicester he was our 'claim to fame'! My mum's friend lived near him and his family.

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  3. I'm not sure what surprises me most..Engelburt Humperdink still singing, or the Eurovision song contest still going....WOW!!
    Jane x

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  4. We've just sat back with a coffee and enjoyed that Ilona, Wow, I can remember him from years ago, we thought he was done but he's just as good as ever.
    Lets hope he does well.
    Briony
    x

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  5. Yeah, yeah. What a coincidence I was going through my sheet music and who should be there but Engelburt with Please Release Me. He's doing well for 75.
    Love from Mum
    xx

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  6. I'm with Jane, surprised/shocked about about both.......

    Gill in Canada

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  7. I so wish the UK would withdraw from Eurovision and take all the money they put into it with them. It's not about the song/singer anymore, it's purely political- I think we should just leave them to get on with it, without our funding.It doesn't matter who we have singing , we won't get the votes.

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  8. What a shame we have not even got any good new talent here in Britain to enter this year`s contest. I wish Enge the best of luck, but I don`t think we will get a great chance to come even anywhere near the top. And I tend to agree with Scarlet. It`s a politically ruled contest and it doesn`t matter who we would enter.

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  9. His name always reminds me of this video... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMU9wUHSapc

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  10. I love his voice too. It also takes me back to being a small child when I hear him sing 'Release Me'. Nostalgia seems to play a big part in my life these days! Maybe its my age! I totally agree with the above posters....we will never win due to Political crap. This is one entry into the Eurovision Song Contest that I WILL be watching. It will be the first time I've watched any of it since I was about 9 years old!! LOL.

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  11. Oh no, not him again! Sorry Ilona, I simply cannot stand his voice, never could, nor the type of songs he sang.

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  12. Oh my gosh...he is amazing...hard to believe he is 75...and his voice is still great...I love hearing him sing...makes me feel young again...thanks for sharing this.

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    1. How fantastic is he!this gave me goose bump's watching him!brought back lot's of memories for me hearing these wonderful song's!thank's so much for sharing this,i loved it, xx Carol

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