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Comic Relief. She embarked on her first stand-up tour, My, What I Call, Live Show, which toured arenas in the UK and Ireland in 2014 and was later released
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Archived from the original on 28 February 2018. Retrieved 11 April 2016. "Live show 6". The Xtra Factor. Series 9. Episode 22. 10 November 2012. ITV2. Kadrou
The X Factor (British series 5) (3,302 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
December 2008. An added twist for this series, confirmed on the first live show, was that acts in the bottom-two showdown sang a new song of their own
X Factor Malta (1,830 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Challenge". Guide Me Malta. Retrieved 17 November 2018. "X FACTOR MALTA LIVE SHOW". Shows Happening. Retrieved 31 December 2018. Farren, Neil (6 September
Cher Lloyd (3,794 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
of the live shows. In the second live show, she performed "Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)." In the third live show, she sang a mashup of "No Diggity"
The X Factor (British series 7) (10,069 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
"Smile" Treyc: "Ave Maria" (wildcard) Cher: "Cooler Than Me" In the first live show on 9 October, Paije Richardson, Treyc Cohen, Wagner and Diva Fever were
The X Factor (British series 6) (5,248 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
guest performers also mentored the acts in the run-up to that week's live show. The choice of musical guests on The X Factor live shows had a significant
The X Factor (British series 8) (7,540 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
and the results were announced on Sunday. As with previous series, each live show had a different theme. The results show often featured a group performance
The X Factor (British series 3) (1,830 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
Judges' houses 2 8.95 6 Live show 1 14 October 7.52 12 Results 1 7.38 13 Live show 2 21 October 7.54 14 Results 2 7.70 13 Live show 3 28 October 7.10 14
The X Factor (British series 13) (6,924 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
Boyband" and "Louis loves"—named after Louis Walsh. During the sixth live show, it was revealed that viewers would have a chance to suggest a theme for
The X Factor (British series 9) (12,344 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
after series 7 in 2010, returned this year, but left after the third live show to work on the live shows of the 2012 series of the USA show. Also, Natalya
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sang "Just Dance" on the first live show and she received positive reviews by the judges. In the second and third live show, she sang P!nk's "Just Like A
The X Factor (British series 2) (1,834 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
there were verbal assaults. Furthermore, on 19 November, during the sixth live show of the series, Osbourne threw water over Walsh live on air after he asked
The X Factor (British series 1) (1,444 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
to the judges was being auctioned over the Internet. Before the first live show, Osbourne accused Cowell of "rigging" the show by editing footage to make
The X Factor (British series 14) (3,414 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
performed on the first live show, while Stormzy performed on the second live show. Tokio Myers performed on the third live show, while Rita Ora performed
Idol 2005 (Sweden) (393 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
The second season of Swedish Idol premiered in August 2005 and continued until its grand finale on 2 December, when 17-year-old Agnes Carlsson from Vänersborg
Reece Mastin (2,390 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Factor: Live show 1: "Tonight's Songs Revealed!". The X Factor Australia. Yahoo!7. Archived from the original on 19 September 2011. Live show 2: "Party
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(2nd) Live show 5 "I'm Your Man" – Wham! Girlband vs Boyband Safe (1st) Live show 6 "Best of My Love" – The Emotions Disco Safe (3rd) Live show 7 "Writing's
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Live show 4 Bulgarian hits "Невидим" Safe Live show 5 Movie Soundtracks "Wild Wild West" Safe Live show 6 Divas and Heroes "Болката отляво" Safe Live
Feld Entertainment (2,451 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Feld Entertainment Inc. is an American live show production company which owns a number of traveling shows. The company began with the now-defunct Ringling
The X Factor (British series 4) (5,270 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
last year on ITV1. He didn't impress some of the X Factor bosses on that live show and moved down the pecking order." Cowell said: "I wish Ben good luck
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judges' vote Live show 2 "I'd Rather Go Blind" Heroes Safe (8th) Live show 3 "I Wan'na Be Like You" Guilty Pleasures Safe (8th) Live show 4 "Bewitched"
Deutschland sucht den Superstar (season 1) (471 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
The first season of Deutschland sucht den Superstar premiered on 24 November 2002 and continued until 8 March 2003. It was won by Alexander Klaws. The
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Jeff Mwaura Koinange MBS (born 7 January 1966) is a Kenyan journalist and host of Jeff Koinange Live, a talk show on Citizen TV since February 2017. He
Play with Me Sesame (1,265 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
networks, using a musical infomercial sung by Grover. Noggin also launched a live show, called Noggin's Play with Me Sesame Mall Tour, across the United States
Popstars: The Rivals (4,252 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
switching to live broadcasts of studio performances. During the rounds of live show, viewers voted for their favourite performers by telephone and the Red
Deutschland sucht den Superstar (season 2) (382 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
The second season of Deutschland sucht den Superstar premiered in September 2003 and continued until 13 March 2004. It was won by Elli Erl. The season
The X Factor: Battle of the Stars (646 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Contestants' performances on the first live show Act Order Song Result Paul & Debbie 1 "Let Me Entertain You" Eliminated Nikki Sanderson 2 "I've Got the
Psychic TV discography (924 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Circus (LP) (1988) Live at Thee Mardi Gras (LP) (1988) A Real Swedish Live Show (1989) Live at Thee Pyramid (LP, LP picture disc) (1989) Live at Thee
I'd Do Anything (2008 TV series) (5,009 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
twelve women to compete in the weekly live show for the part of Nancy. The twelve boys who will compete on the live show for the part of Oliver were also introduced
The X Factor (British series 11) (8,535 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
only back for one series, to "go out on a high". Also, during the first live show of series 10, Gary Barlow revealed that it would be his last series on
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shows Live show 1 Number ones "Set Fire to the Rain" Safe Live show 2 Halloween "Read All About It" Safe Live show 3 First love "Hello" Safe Live show 4 Bulgarian
Basim (singer) (624 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
Theme Song Artist Result Live show 1 (8 February 2008) Hits from Tjeklisten "Du Kan Gøre Hvad Du Vil" Christian Brøns Safe Live show 2 (15 February 2008)
Critical Role (9,396 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
6, 2020. "[LIVE SHOW] The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade". Critical Role. August 5, 2019. Retrieved February 23, 2020. "[LIVE SHOW] Critical Role
One Direction (13,676 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Live Show 1 "Viva la Vida" Number-One Singles Safe (4th) - 10.04% Live Show 2 "My Life Would Suck Without You" Musical Heroes Safe (3rd) - 9.84% Live
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"Smile" Through to live shows Live show 1 Motown "Ben" Safe Live show 2 Songs by Rod Stewart "What a Wonderful World" Safe Live show 3 Big band "Ain't That a
The X Factor (British series 12) (6,478 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
show. The X Factor series 11 winner Ben Haenow performed on the first live show on 31 October, whilst series 8 winners Little Mix and Ellie Goulding performed
The X Factor (British series 10) (10,155 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
back for just one series, "to go out on a high", and during the first live show, Barlow revealed that this would be his last series on the show. Walsh
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as the winner. In the second live show, she performed "I Have Nothing" and was saved by the public. In the third live show, she performed "Den Eisai Edo"
Idol 2004 (Sweden) (218 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
The first season of Sweden's Idol premiered in August 2004 and continued until its grand finale on 26 November, when 26-year-old Daniel Lindström from
VTV6 (929 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
sometimes VTV3. VTV6 also produces many live television programs and special live show for broadcast on VTV1. VTV6 channel was originally mentioned for the first
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(6th) Live show 5 "Jump" – Kris Kross Girlband vs Boyband Safe (5th) Live show 6 "Stayin' Alive" – Bee Gees/N-Trance Disco Safe (5th) Live show 7 "It's
The Voice UK (series 1) (2,690 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Oliver Heldens. Hill, who was on Jessie J’s team, was eliminated in the Live Show rounds of the competition. Coaches for series 1 of The Voice UK Huge speculation
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vote in the inaugural live show. After her surprise elimination, Lily continued to perform at clubs. Prior to the sixth live show of the series, it was
Marcus Collins (951 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Deep" Live show 1 "Moves like Jagger" Britain vs America Saved by Barlow Live show 2 "Russian Roulette" Love and heartbreak Safe (7th) - 6.8% Live show 3
The X Factor: Celebrity (1,897 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Hope would host Xtra Bites on YouTube, each episode premiered after each live show. The format of the series differs heavily than Battle of the Stars to
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Deep" Live show 1 "Moves like Jagger" Britain vs America Saved by Barlow Live show 2 "Russian Roulette" Love and heartbreak Safe (7th) - 6.8% Live show 3
The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail (249 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Showroom at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles. It originated as a weekly live show in 2010, and then on July 24, 2014, an edited version began airing on
The X Factor (American season 1) (6,052 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
(Live Shows) ^1 Act who died years later. The first two-and-a-half hour live show aired on a special Tuesday time slot on October 25; which followed the
Johnny Ruffo (2,407 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Factor: Live show 1: "Tonight's Songs Revealed!". The X Factor Australia. Yahoo!7. Archived from the original on 19 September 2011. Live show 2: "Party
RuPaul's Drag Race Live! (638 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
was originally announced in September 2019 at RuPaul's DragCon NYC. The live show features a rotating cast of fourteen performers, all Drag Race alumni
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Sinéad O'Connor Through to live shows Live show 1 "Break Free" – Ariana Grande ft. Zedd This is Me Safe Live show 2 "Believe" – Cher Guilty Pleasures Bottom
Pop Idol (series 1) (2,106 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
broadcast on a series of audition programmes in October 2001. The first live show was broadcast on 15 December 2001 and the live final was held on 9 February
Cambodian Idol (365 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
phases: The Judges Auditions Theater Round 1 Theater Round 2 Green Miles Live Show All the contestants sing in front of the four judges and let the judges
HM (magazine) (792 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
Christian metal. The magazine's content includes features; news; album, live show and book reviews, culture coverage and columns. HM's occasional "So and
Lee Harding (749 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
shows Live show 1: Australian Made (Top 13) "Holy Grail" Saved by Public Live show 2: 60s Hits (Top 11) "I'm a Believer" Saved by Public Live show 3: Supergroups
Pop Idol (series 2) (1,102 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
Live show 1 25 October 8.33 13 Live show 1 results 25 October 7.84 16 Live show 2 1 November 8.53 15 Live show 2 results 1 November 8.02 16 Live show
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Progressed to live shows Live show 1 "Don't Stop Me Now" Heroes (songs inspired by the Olympic Games) Safe (4th) Live show 2 "Bleeding Love" / "Broken
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Announcement Through to live shows Live show 1 Express Yourself "Can't Stop the Feeling!" – Justin Timberlake Safe (2nd) Live show 2 Motown "Get Ready"/ "Reach
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Top 40 Rock Singles Chart.[citation needed] Having played their first live show the band realised they were more of a straight ahead rock band and began
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night. After his performance of LMFAO's "Sexy and I Know It" on the third live show on 20 October, Arthur was accused of plagiarism. His version was very
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to live shows Live show 1 "Right Here Waiting" – Richard Marx Safe Live show 2 "If You're Not the One" – Daniel Bedingfield Safe Live show 3 "Summer of
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to live shows Live show 1 "The Power of Love" – Jennifer Rush Songs from the 1980s Saturday – Safe (1st) Sunday – Safe (2nd) Live show 2 "Make You Feel
Matt Cardle (4,721 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
with some of the shortest odds the show had ever seen. On the first live show he sang "When Love Takes Over" which received high praise from all four
Dinosaur Train (2,224 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
version, King Cryolophosaurus and Mayor Kosmoceratops sing the song. A live show, "Jim Henson's Dinosaur Train Live: Buddy's Big Adventure", toured the
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to live shows Live show 1 Number ones "Bridge over Troubled Water" Safe (4th) Live show 2 1980s music "Jealous Guy" Safe (4th) Live show 3 Songs from films
205 Live (WWE brand) (1,473 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
then merged under NXT in October 2019. Following the merger, the 205 Live show featured women's matches, and occasionally some non-cruiserweight wrestlers
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Live Show 1 Heroes "Rule the World" Take That Safe (3rd) – 13.1% Live Show 2 Love And Heartbreak "Loving You" Minnie Riperton Safe (4th) – 9.5% Live Show
Hengdian World Studios (982 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
base Live show/performance Qing Ming Shang He Tu Scenic spot Shooting base Live show/performance The Dream Bund Scenic spot Shooting base Live show/performance
Universal Studios Hollywood (4,621 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Frog Choir Live show This outdoor live show features students of Hogwarts with their singing frogs. None Triwizard Spirit Rally Live show Sharing a stage
Strictly Come Dancing (series 6) (1,311 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
Dixon for the seventh series until 2011. The couples dance each week in a live show. The judges score each performance out of ten (with four judges giving
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first live show on October 31. In addition they were selected as the first group to enter the top twelve by Simon Cowell. On the second live show on November
Robert Montgomery Presents (679 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
which was produced by NBC from January 30, 1950, until June 24, 1957. The live show had several sponsors during its eight-year run, and the title was altered
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Through to live shows Live show 1 "True" - Spandau Ballet Songs from the 1980s Saturday - Safe (2nd) Sunday - Safe (1st) Live show 2 "She's the One" - Robbie
The X Factor (Australian season 5) (5,037 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
on 19 October 2013. Retrieved 19 October 2013. "The X Factor Australia Live Show – Dami Im Takes on Miley Cyrus' Wrecking Ball". Take 40 Australia. MCM
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vote, he moved to the top 12 live stage of the competition. In the first live show, he sang Queen's "The Show Must Go On". followed in week two of live shows
Reverb (TV series) (487 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
authentic and intimate experience where the viewer became part of the live show dynamic between artist and fan. During its run, the show became the highest-rated
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Meechan, Lauren. "X Factor 2017: Four wildcards REVEALED ahead of first live show". Daily Express. Retrieved October 27, 2017. Harris, Niomi. "The X Factor
Superstar (British TV series) (1,170 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
with an accompanying band onstage, for a place in the live shows. The Live show stages of the search were judged by Melanie C, Jason Donovan, Dawn French
Any Dream Will Do (TV series) (3,259 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
were chosen, each wearing a unique coloured coat. At the end of every live show, the Joseph who was eliminated had his coat stripped off whilst singing
Whiskey Media (5,993 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
full-scale collaborations are rare. One such occurrence was the 'Big Live LIVE Show: Live!', a live streaming event that lasted seven hours, showcasing video
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Colors". Coach Monroe opted for Aalto to go to the next round. In the live show on 23 March, she sang "Barracuda" and was saved by Monroe after failing
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pop culture channel on Sirius XM named Radio Andy. He hosts a two-hour live show with co-host John Hill twice a week. Cohen served as Bravo's executive
Strictly Come Dancing (series 16) (3,177 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
series with a launch show on 8 September 2018 on BBC One, and the first live show on 22 September. Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman returned as hosts, while
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shows Live show 1 "When a Man Loves a Woman" - Percy Sledge 1st Live show 2 "If You Don't Know Me by Now" - Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes 1st Live show 3
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(3rd) Live show 3 "How Will I Know" – Whitney Houston Divas & Legends Safe (3rd) Live show 4 "Creep" – Radiohead Fright Night Safe (1st) Live show 5 "What
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From September 8–10, 2017, she was an additional Muppet performer for a live show at the Hollywood Bowl titled The Muppets Take the Bowl, and the following
The X Factor (American season 2) (5,837 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
voting lines opening after the performances. As with previous season, each live show has a different theme. The live final took place on December 19 and 20
X Factor (Italian season 6) (3,229 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
The Live Shows started on 18 October at Teatro della Luna, Assago. On Live Show 3 (November 1), the 12 finalists were joined by a 13th wildcard, voted
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October 29 Live show 1 (Top 16) Act/Mentor's choice "Maria Maria" Santana ft. The Product G&B Saved by Paulina Rubio November 6 Live show 2 (Top 13) Motown
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Don't Know Love" (as part of Time and Place) Olly Murs Through to live show Live show 1 "Ride" (as part of Time and Place) Twenty One Pilots Eliminated
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Ice Age is an American media franchise centering on a group of mammals surviving the Paleolithic ice age. It consists of computer-animated films, short
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5, 2017 Live Show at Cotton Club Osaka SAYUMINGLANDOLL~Shukumei~ Original Soundtrack (SAYUMINGLANDOLL~宿命~オリジナルサウンドトラック) July 4, 2018 Live Show SAYUMINGLANDOLL~Tokyo~
Strictly Come Dancing (series 8) (1,661 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
American version of the programme). In week 8 of the competition the live show was transmitted from the Blackpool Tower Ballroom. Bruce Forsyth and Tess
Step Up (franchise) (724 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
the film. Step Up: Dubai, All In! was inspired by the film series. The live show opened at Motiongate Dubai in 2016.[citation needed] "Step Up: Year of
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initially awarded online during its first two years before the first live show presentation in 2002. The awards have broadcast to radio since 2014. The
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show due to rule violations. Carmelo Munzone replaced him on the second live show. ^2 – Sebastian was not present for this results show. As one of his acts
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Waterworld, based on the film Waterworld starring Kevin Costner, features a live show performance at an amphitheater. Far Far Away is inspired by DreamWorks
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show on BBC One. All ratings are provided by BARB. The series 15 first live show with 11.04 million viewers is the most watched series debut for the show
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by Louis Walsh. The duo reached the finals and took part in the first live show. They have lived in London since 2014. On 6 February 2017 they registered
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26, 2012 on the Las Vegas Strip in The Mandalay Bay Events Center. The live show was created by director and choreographer Jamie King, singer-songwriter
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SeaRider, Tokyo DisneySea, Japan Live Show: Legend of Camel Bells at the Huaxia Cultural Tourism Resort, Xi'an, China Live Show Spectacular: Universal Spectacle
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to live shows Live show 1 "Footprints in the Sand" Musical heroes Safe (4th) Live show 2 "How Will I Know" Divas Safe (6th) Live show 3 "My Funny Valentine"
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disclaimer traditionally read out by hosts before announcing the winner in the live show. The official reason for Fedorova's dethronement has not been disclosed
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the live shows section and were mentored by Tulisa. During the first live show on 8 October 2011, Rhythmix performed "Super Bass" by American recording
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MediaCityUK in Salford, Greater Manchester. It was also confirmed that the live show format would be tweaked for this series, which included the cutback from
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exhibited by many subjects of the sketches) and Great Britain. It spurred a live show which toured internationally between 2005 and 2007, various specials for
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John Newton Advanced October 29 Live show 1 (Top 16) Mentor's choice "Try" Pink Saved by Kelly Rowland November 6 Live show 2 (Top 13) Motown Night "Say
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SuperStar România is the Romanian adaptation of the Idols franchise and premieres on September 10, 2021. Originally announced at the beginning of 2021
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rehearsals and she and Giovanni were therefore unable to perform on the live show, giving the couple a bye for the week. Judges' votes to save Horwood:
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live show Robin Daneels 25+ 29 November 1978 Bruges 5th live show Davy Lakomy 16-24 13 December 1987 As 4th live show Three Cats Groups 3rd live show
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auditions. The top 20 performed in front of Lloyd Webber and the panel in a live show for a place in the final 10. The panel selected the final 10, with the
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Act Order Song Result Shackles 1 "You Keep Me Hangin' On" Safe Gabrielle Leithaug 2 "Ambitions" Safe
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Live show 1 "I'll Be There" The Jackson 5 Bottom two Live show 2 "Irreplaceable" Beyoncé Instant Saved Live show 3 "Wild" Jessie J Instant Saved Live
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featured. Acts occasionally accompany themselves on guitar or piano. Each live show has had a different theme; each contestant's song is chosen according
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Vilani; however, following an injury sustained in training before the first live show, Iveta Lukosiute was hired as a replacement partner. This was officially
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Acts' performances on the first live show Act Category (Mentor) Order Song Result Reece Mastin Boys (Sebastian) 1 "Closer to the Edge" Safe Three Wishez
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collaborator Simon Mayo. Kermode previously co-presented the BBC Radio 5 Live show Kermode and Mayo's Film Review, and previously co-presented the BBC Two
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Thiessen said. The song was first played live on October 17, 2007 at a live show in Columbus, Ohio. Some of Switchfoot's live bootlegs from the tour contain
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live shows Live show 1 "It Wasn't Me" This Is Me Safe (7th) Live show 2 "What Makes You Beautiful"/"Cheerleader" Reinvention Safe (2nd) Live show 3 "My Heart
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À la recherche de la nouvelle star (Looking for the new Star) is a reality television show based on the popular British show Pop Idol. The show is a contest
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contestant. Brothers3 were announced as the wildcard winners during the first live show on 10 August 2014. Key:   – Winner   – Runner-Up – Wildcard (Live Shows)
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The Weakerthans are an award-winning and Juno-nominated Canadian indie rock band from Winnipeg. The band, led by John K. Samson, has released four studio
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anniversary through a concert in Japan, NU′EST Debut 1st Anniversary Live Show Time. On April 8, Aron became a DJ for Arirang's Music Access. On August
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Italian singer-songwriter Tiziano Ferro. Series 7 Judges During the sixth Live Show of the season, Arisa complained about voting mechanism, and tossed allegations
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5 August 1986 during their Magic Tour. This was their second to last live show with Freddie Mercury. Exactly two years later, Michael Jackson performed
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"Possum" and "Camel Walk" continued on with the band to become Phish live show favorites. Holdsworth would leave the band in 1986 after graduating from
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Xtra Factor was an after show which was broadcast after every week's live show and results. It was hosted in season one by Sara Lumholdt and Martin Björk
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fundraiser for Live Nation Entertainment’s Crew Nation fund to support live show crews. The effort was also supported by Avenged Sevenfold, Shinedown,
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week, except Sanremo Music Festival week when the show only aired one live show on Monday 3 February. With the beginning of the nineteenth season of the
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eventually attracting an international audience with their powerful live show. Drummer Jim Kimball replaced McNeilly late in 1996, and was himself replaced
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will.i.am. For the first live show she sang "Teardrops" and in the second live show she sang "Feeling Good". In the third live show she sang "Why Don't You
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Houston Through to live shows Live show 1 "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" – Aretha Franklin This is Me Safe Live show 2 "Always On My Mind" – Elvis
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successful. The daily episodes had more than 800,000 viewers on average. Every live show reached more than 1 million viewers. Big Brother was in the top 10 ratings
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shows Live show 1 "Life on Mars?" – David Bowie This is Me Safe Live show 2 "I Have Nothing" – Whitney Houston Guilty Pleasures Safe Live show 3 "Creep"
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world tour in 2020, the band wound up the year with a one-off streamed live show titled "Streaming of a White Christmas", which was also recorded as a
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progressively eliminated by public vote. For the Judges' Choice-themed first live show, Im sang "One" by U2 and received a standing ovation from the judges,
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Treyc Cohen performed the song when she was in the Bottom 2 on the 3rd Live Show of the seventh series of The X Factor.[citation needed] Finnish rapper
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Schreyl became the new host. Guest judges in the first live show was Thomas Anders, in the second live show Sarah Lombardi, in the third and fourth Let's Dance
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wildcard act, and the group, along with 10 other acts, progressed to the live show stage of the competition. At that point, they were the only non-native
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Live show 1 "Who Wants to Live Forever" Britain vs. America Saved by Walsh Live show 2 "It's Oh So Quiet" Love and heartbreak Safe (10th) None Live show
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rehearsals and therefore she and Artem were unable to perform on the live show, giving the couple a bye for the week. Judges' votes to save Horwood:
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Part 1 Act Order Song Result Soul System 1 "Holy Grail" Safe Caterina Cropelli 2 "La canzone di Marinella"
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News. It is hosted by Neil Cavuto and debuted on January 20, 2018. The live show replaces the pre-recorded The Cost of Freedom block of programming that
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ratings: X Factor hits new series low as only 5.4 million watched its first live show". Digital Spy. Retrieved 8 December 2015. Wightman, Catriona (2 November
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twenty-three-year-old Bill Downs—with Danny crowning him the winner. In the second live show, Milner performed "Free Fallin'", originally by Tom Petty—finding himself
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Have a Dog? Before the performance of "Man-Sized Wreath" during R.E.M.'s live show at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin in 2007, Michael Stipe commented, "This
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nationwide and drew a total audience of 3,200,000. In September 2016, a second live show Still Game Live 2: Bon Voyage was announced for the SSE Hydro. The second
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Acts' performances on the first live show Act Category (Mentor) Order Song Result Luke & Joel Groups (Sebastian) 1 "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous"
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PREMIUM LIVE SHOW 2017.11.06 - 11.07:Yokohama Arena PKCZ®×DTC -Yukemuri Junjou Hen- from High&Low Advance Screening Event & Premium Live Show 2018.08
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The addition of Amaro took the total number of qualifiers for the first live show to 17. On December 15, Amaro won a place in the final along with Chris
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Idol: Jakten på en superstjerne 2005 was the third season of Idol Norway based on the British singing competition Pop Idol. It premiered one year after
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shows Live show 1 "Too Young" – Original song Express Yourself Safe (1st) Live show 2 "Ciao Adios" – Anne-Marie Viva Latino Safe (2nd) Live show 3 "I Can’t
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seventeen-year-old Jessica Hammond—with Jessie crowning him the winner. In the second live show, Kidd performed Elvis Presley's rendition of "Always on My Mind"—proceeding
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1978. The cover art features Blue Öyster Cult's use of lasers in their live show at that time. A remastered version was released on February 13, 2007,
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Voyage of the Little Mermaid is a live show attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. Voyage is an abridgment
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Hold Me Down" Puff Daddy feat. Mase Advanced Live show 1 Free choice "Jump" Kris Kross 1 Safe Live show 2 Free choice "Hip Hop Hooray", "Get Ur Freak
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Minogue & Dannii Minogue ("100 Degrees")[citation needed] During the third live show on 12 October, controversy occurred between Minogue and Blunt after Minogue's
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Live show 1 "Fix You" Britain vs America Saved by Rowland Live show 2 "Can't Help Falling in Love" Love and heartbreak Safe (1st) - 23.6% Live show 3
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represented Double Dare due to his hosting the now-defunct traveling live show at the time. Representing Legends of the Hidden Temple was the character
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A new North American tour was launched in 2021, starting in Texas. A live show, titled Jurassic World Live, started touring in 2019. As described in
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confirmed as follows; Key:   – Winner   – Runner-Up The first two-hour live show aired on a special Tuesday time slot on October 29; which followed the
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to live shows Live show 1 "Can't Buy Me Love" - The Beatles Number ones 5th Live show 2 “Home” – Michael Bublé Film theme 2nd Live show 3 “Fly Me to the
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February 2014, themed to Madagascar, the area features two attractions, a live show and a river rapids ride. In March 2016, Beto Carrero World and DreamWorks
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news story, the 12:00 am rebroadcast was replaced with an additional live show. A pre-recorded Sunday edition also aired, featuring the top story of
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reinstated Live show 1 "Rise Like a Phoenix" – Conchita Wurst Safe, given Safe Seat Live Show 2 "This Is My Life" – Shirley Bassey Safe Live Show 3 "The Edge
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bands Black 'N Blue, Ratt & L.A. Guns. In late 2013, St. James joined the live show Let It Rawk with Stacey Blades, Oz Fox, Scot Coogan, Eric Brittingham
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in the group performance. After performing "Who You Are" in the first live show he was voted off. This result proved unpopular with the public, with many
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Act Order Song Result Tika Liljegren 1 "Symphony" Safe 6G 2 "Yö kuuluu meille" Safe Raid Amiri 3 "Antaudun"
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because she felt homesick and bullied by the other contestants. In a live show final the top four battled it out for the win with Altyn Bekanova triumphing
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The Muppets Present ... Great Moments in American History was a live show located in the Liberty Square area at the Magic Kingdom, performed daily and
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coordinate production BHD, Vietnamese version called Người giấu mặt. The first live show officially aired on VTV6 at 19:55 on Tuesday, November 12. With a prize
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Idol: Jakten på en superstjerne 2004 was the second season of Idol Norway based on the British singing competition Pop Idol. It premiered one year after
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The third season of the French television series Nouvelle Star on M6 began on 10 February 2005. On the final broadcast on 12 May 2004, the title was won
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therapist before becoming a writer and comedy producer. She co-created the live show The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail and its television counterpart for
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of Heaven had been released. Recorded at the Fillmore Auditorium, the live show aired on television for New Year's Eve 1999, and was later released as
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Contestant Order First song Order Second song (duet) Judges' score Result MH SM JT AG Total Female category
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Part 1 Act Order Song Result Blind 1 "Cuore nero" Safe Cmqmartina 2 "Serpente" Safe Eda Marì 3 "Male"
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2004). "5/3 WWE Raw review: Keller's ongoing "virtual time" coverage of live show". Pro Wrestling Torch. Retrieved September 7, 2008. Martin, Adam (May
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Weekly rank for all UK TV Share Live show 1 26 September 8.21 3 4 28.5% Live show 2 27 September 9.40 1 1 39.0% Live show 3 4 October 9.93 2 2 43.3% Results
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he responded to the allegations with, "What me and my fans do at the live show, it don't concern you niggas on the internet, or you bitter bitches on
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¡Q'Viva! The Chosen is an American reality television series. It premiered on January 28, 2012 in the United States in its Spanish-language version on
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Idols South Africa V was the fifth season of South African reality interactive talent show based on the British talent show Pop Idol. It premiered on Sunday
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Idol: Jakten på en superstjerne 2007 was the fifth season of Idol Norway based on the British singing competition Pop Idol. In difference to other seasons
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Act Order Song Result Måneskin 1 "Let's Get It Started" Safe Enrico Nigiotti 2 "La canzone dei vecchi
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the bottom two would not sing the same song they sang earlier in the live show, they would pick their own song. Key:   – Winner   – Runner-up The live
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unison. Queen's performance at Live Aid was later voted the greatest live show of all time by a group of over 60 musicians, critics, and executives in
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The fourth season of Nouvelle Star began on February 22, 2006. All the judges returned to the panel and Benjamin Castaldi was set to host for a fourth
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a live video from Def Leppard. The video contains a full Def Leppard live show at the McNichols Sports Arena in Denver, Colorado and additional footage
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Part 1 Act Order Song Result Enrica Tara 1 "Heaven" Safe Eva 2 "Per me è importante" Bottom two Davide
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series telecast on NBC from 1957 to 1960 for a total of 55 episodes. The live show was directed by many notable directors, including Don Taylor, Arthur Hiller
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eliminated. In first live show, she sang Jewel's "Foolish Games" and in third live show Marc Cohn's "Walking in Memphis" and in fifth live show Beverley Craven's
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over six weeks. Each week the contestants sang and performed during the live show, receiving comments from the judges following their performance. The public
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Sbtrkt also has performed live with frequent collaborator Sampha. The live show from 2010 to 2012 consisted of Jerome utilizing synthesisers, keyboards
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Episode Theme Song Artist Result Live show 1 (12 February 2010) Free Choice "Viva La Vida" Coldplay Safe Live show 2 (19 February 2010) Michael Jackson
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Greatest-themed fourth live show, and it debuted at number 85 on the ARIA Singles Chart. For the Rock-themed fifth live show, Henderson sang "Choirgirl"
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Idol: Jakten på en superstjerne 2003 was the first season of Idol Norway based on the British singing competition Pop Idol. It premiered in January and
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Highlights shows (9:30 pm) Live show (9:30 pm) Weekly overview (6:00 pm) — 1 VIER/Play4 Highlights shows (9:30 pm) Live show (9:30 pm) Weekly overview
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music venues and festivals in the United Kingdom. MAMA is also known as a live show in South Korea featuring many as BTS, Mamamoo, Itzy, TxT and Twice The
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Idol: Jakten på en superstjerne 2006 was the fourth season of Idol Norway based on the British singing competition Pop Idol. It premiered one year after
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coaches, the viewers decide who will proceed to the next live show. The voting in each live show was divided in four parts; the acts from each team were
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Part 1 Act Order Song Result Mariam Rouass 1 "Juice" Bottom three Seawards 2 "Pyro" Safe Eugenio Campagna
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and variety talk show created and hosted by Chris Gethard. Initially a live show at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York, the show debuted
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markets such as Philadelphia, Miami, Cleveland, and Richmond, Virginia. The live show is available in Canada on Fibe TV via Toronto's Proud FM. The live airing
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Act Order Song Result Tine Midtgaard 1 "Just Like a Pill" Safe Peter Søberg 2 "Hold On" Eliminated 8210
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started its run 1 September 2008 with the auditions. The first "gala" or live show was aired on 22 September, on primetime. In a similar fashion to the last
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season game broadcasts. NFL.com/LIVE: Thursday Night Football presents a live show throughout the game including “live look ins” of the game, reports from
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Through to live shows Live show 1 "This" – Original song Safe (1st) Live Show 2 "Stronger" – Original song Safe (1st) Live Show 3 "Half of My Heart" –
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Experience in New Orleans, Louisiana. Justice completed its world tour of the live show on 10 November 2012 playing at One Festival in Mexico City, Mexico. On
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through judges' houses, and eliminated three of them before the first live show. The live shows started on 17 November 2011. The final took place on 5
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Giuseppe are compete as a single housemate until the fourth live show from the fifth live show The program has broken several records, including exceeding
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live shows Live show 1 Signature "You Don't Own Me" Grace feat. G-Eazy Safe Live show 2 Scandinavian songs "Frit Land" Ulige Numre Safe Live show 3 Songs
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2020, she joined The Lincoln Project as a senior advisor and hosts the live show The Breakdown alongside co-founder Rick Wilson, on the organization's
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being mentored by Nicole Scherzinger. He was eliminated after the fifth live show finishing 8th overall in the inaugural season of the American The X Factor
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rank Share Live show 1 11 January 8.83 6 32.4% Results 1 7.19 13 24.9% Live show 2 18 January 9.62 6 34.3% Results 2 7.20 13 26.1% Live show 3 25 January
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was engineered by Geoff Emerick. Cheap Trick performed the "Sgt. Pepper Live" show at the Las Vegas Hilton for two weeks in September 2009. Robin Zander:
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Showcase, where she performed "Diamonds". She was put through to the Gala Live Show, where she performed "Rumour Has It". She advanced to the Top 12 when
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2012 and made it to the live shows, but was eliminated after the first live show following a sing-off against Rylan Clark. Carolynne Good was born in Leeds
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censored version. The Love It to Death tour featured an elaborate shock rock live show: during "Ballad of Dwight Fry"—about an inmate in an insane asylum—Cooper
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star and, as such, was also the closing number of the Ziggy Stardust live show. In April 1974 RCA issued it as a single. Bowie saw the song in terms
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Part 1 Act Order Song Result Seveso Casino Palace 1 "Giovane fuoriclasse" Safe Leo Gassmann 2 "Broken
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The band has subsequently included "Crosseyed and Painless" in their live show song rotation, beginning with a 20-minute version performed at their next
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eliminated acts performed the songs that they would sing on the third live show. Anahit Yengibaryan performed "Woman in Love" and The Nanos "Don't You
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the live show, it was announced that Alex would skate with Joe permanently from now on. Due to illness, Libby & Mark did not compete in the live show. Caprice
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Idols South Africa IV is the fourth season of South African reality television series Idols South Africa. Idols South Africa is a competitive talent show
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Live show 3 (27 February 2009) Motown "You Can't Hurry Love" The Supremes Safe Live show 4 (6 March 2009) ABBA "Money, Money, Money" ABBA Safe Live show
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Series 2 of the show and was previously featured in the Live and Horrid Live Show. It was released on 1 December 2008. In December 2019, Horrid Happy Christmas
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"All Hail" live show. He voiced "Intern Joseph" in "The Investigators" live show, Telly the Barber in the "A Spy in the Desert" live show, sang a song
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viewers were able to vote for their favourite acts to go through to the live show, with each coach being able to save one act. Plus, each coach performed
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Idols South Africa III was the third season of South African reality interactive talent show based on the British talent show Pop Idol. It was running
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Ringo Starr: Live at Soundstage is a 2007 live album by English rock musician Ringo Starr. It was recorded at the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan, Illinois
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The Blues Brothers Show is a live show attraction located at Universal Studios Florida and formerly at Universal Studios Hollywood, based on the 1980
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Spin-off show Xtra Factor did not return. Season 7 judges After the sixth live show of the sixth season on March 15, 2013, Ida Corr was asked if she would
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Wade. "KELLER'S RAW REPORT 10/31: Ongoing "virtual time" coverage of live show". Pro Wrestling Torch. Retrieved September 3, 2011. Keller, Wade. "KELLER'S
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will have in the park onwards. Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple — Live show at the Rebels stage. Based on the teachings and practices of the fictional
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Act Order Song Result Katrine 1 "White Nights" Bottom two Nicoline Simone & Jean Michel 2 "My Body Is
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album Creatures of the Night. It has proven to be a staple of the band's live show, being performed on almost every tour the band has done aside from the
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during specific dates from May to June. Since 2007, the parks include the live show Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple, where children are selected to learn
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live shows Live Show 1 Number ones "She's the One" Safe (8th) Live Show 2 1980s music "Total Eclipse of the Heart" Safe (11th) Live Show 3 Songs from
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during specific dates from May to June. Since 2007, the parks include the live show Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple, where children are selected to learn
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live shows Live Show 1 Number ones "She's the One" Safe (8th) Live Show 2 1980s music "Total Eclipse of the Heart" Safe (11th) Live Show 3 Songs from
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by Bill Welsh Highlights Best Kinescope Show Texaco Star Theater Best Live Show The Ed Wynn Show Best Public Service, Cultural or Educational Program
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time. However, a number of songs from the album ended up in Cooper's live show. "Go to Hell" proved the last song until the 1989 hit song "Poison" to
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Through to live shows Live show 1 "Lay It All on Me" Rudimental ft. Ed Sheeran Safe Live show 2 "Let It Be" The Beatles Safe Live show 3 "Happy" Pharrell
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Julian Essex-Spurrier as Sportacus. A Spanish-speaking version of the live show premiered in Mexico in 2008, followed by Argentina, Costa Rica, Guatemala
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fourth place. Misha B was involved in a controversy during the third live show when Tulisa accused her of making "mean comments" and Louis Walsh accused
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Act Order Song Result Jiří Zonyga 1 "Oheň" Safe Za 5 Dvanáct 2 "This Love" Safe Kamila Nývltová 3 "Let's
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20, 2022, in Mount Holly, New Jersey, Kingfish performed their first live show since 1999, with a lineup of Michael O'Neill (guitar, vocals), Steve Shive
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Baraa Qadoura and Tannaz Hakami broke down in tears during the fourth live show. This was supported by psychologist John Halse, as well as contestant
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Act Order Song Result Echo 1 "High Five" Safe Kristian Kjærlund 2 "Sweet Dreams, TN" Safe Benjamin Rosenbohm
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live shows Live show 1 Signature "When I R.I.P" Labrinth Safe (1st) Live show 2 200th Program anniversary "1 Thing" Amerie Safe (1st) Live show 3 SoMe-Stars
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she spent most of the 1950s to the 1970s touring the world as a marquee live-show performer. Dietrich was known for her humanitarian efforts during World
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original song "You Can Have Him Jolene". Unlike previous seasons of AGT, the live show format was changed to accommodate the top 55 acts, which will be divided
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The second season of the French television series Nouvelle Star on M6 began on 11 February 2004. With season two, the new name was adopted after the programme
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by Corr, was announced as the winner. Season 6 judges After the sixth live show of the sixth season on March 15, 2013, Ida Corr was asked if she would
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the hottest shows in town". Some of their guest artists on the weekly live show have included Joe Walsh, Robert Plant, Norah Jones, Bonnie Raitt, Reba
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shows Live show 1 "Boyfriend" Justin Bieber Safe Live show 2 "Wicked Game" Chris Isaak Safe Live show 3 "Hold Back the River" James Bay Safe Live show 4 "It
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Petros Kostopoulos was added as a fourth judge at the start of the first live show. As of the second season, the judging panel consisted of Kostopoulos,
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category; the contestants of this category were not revealed until the first live show. The live shows concluded on 21 November 2016, where this would be the
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Act Order Song Result Asian Sensation 1 "Stayin' Alive" Safe Seest Christensen 2 "Wonderful World" Safe
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summer of 2009, she began a radio show, Miriam Meets..., since replaced by live show Sunday with Miriam. She is also the first woman to present The Late Late
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Act Order Song Result Oscar 1 "Fucking Smuk" Bottom two Oliver Antonio 2 "Watermelon Sugar" Safe Mads
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live shows Live show 1 My Song "Famous" Nathan Sykes Safe Live show 2 Made in Denmark "For Evigt" Volbeat feat. Johan Olsen Safe Live show 3 Girlpower
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For the first live show he sang "Mad World", which the judges praised. In the second live show he sang "Jealous Guy". In the third live show, his performance
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Adventure live show 2000 The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle Show 2 Bullwinkle J. Moose and Boris Badenov Universal Studios Florida live show 2008 Looney
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ranking Live show 1 7 January 8.63 2 Live show 2 14 January 7.02 14 Live show 3 21 January 6.73 14 Live show 4 28 January 6.22 14 Live show 5 4 February
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(Man Parrish Live Show Remix) Village People "Macho Man" (Man Parrish Live Show Remix) Village People "In the Navy" (Man Parrish Live Show Remix) Village
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Theme Song Original artist Result Live show 1 (11 February 2011) Free choice "Raise Your Glass" P!nk Safe Live show 2 (18 February 2011) The Beatles "Come
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for this single. Robinson then embarked on the Worlds Live tour, a new live show that involved him singing, playing synthesizers, and triggering samples
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ITV announced that they had made the decision to postpone the sixth live show scheduled to air on 21 February in order to give the remaining contestants
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Disney Theatrical Group, legally Buena Vista Theatrical Group Ltd., is the live show, stageplay and musical production arm of The Walt Disney Company. The
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Total ITV viewers (millions) Live show 1 6 January 7.49 7 30.5 0.83 8.32 Live results 1 6.80 11 25.0 0.69 7.49 Live show 2 13 January 6.92 14 27.0 0.64
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The Bachelor is an American romance and relationship multimedia franchise which began with the reality television series The Bachelor in 2002 and now includes
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Idols South Africa I was the first season of South African reality interactive talent show based on the British talent show Pop Idol. It started as the
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Games Services was present to host the 2008 Electronic Sports World Cup. Live SHOW - Diggnation in San Jose, CA Archived 2008-09-13 at the Wayback Machine
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Retrieved 2018-04-21. Wolf, Ian (2 November 2020). "Rob Kemp's Elvis Dead live show to be released on VHS". British Comedy Guide. Retrieved 2 November 2020
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Act Order Song Result Deevibez 1 "Well, Well, Well," Eliminated Sarah 2 "Raise Your Glass" Safe Ercan
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Episode Theme Song Artist Result Live show 1 (10 February 2012) Free choice "Skinny Love" Bon Iver Safe Live show 2 (17 February 2012) Danish hits "Nothing's
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the tour in support of Absolution and remains a staple of the band's live show. The song also appears on the Absolution Tour DVD and on both the CD and
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Krabbé was the only host in the debut season, Wendy van Dijk came to the live show on. The First Season ended on 21 January 2011, Ben Saunders was declared
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Act Order Song Result Martin Hedegaard 1 "As" Safe Søren & Anne 2 "When You're Gone" Eliminated Lisa
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shows Live show 1 Signature "Hero" Family of the Year Safe Live show 2 Songs from the judges' decades "How Deep Is Your Love" Bee Gees Safe Live show 3 Break-up
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Act Order Song Result Rasmus Therkildsen 1 "Misbehaving" Safe Vita Jensen 2 "Effortless" Safe Anne Mette
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Episode Theme Song Artist Result Live show 1 (14 February 2014) Signature "Brother Where Are You" Oscar Brown Jr. Safe Live show 2 (21 February 2014) Danish
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of the Danish version of The X Factor. They were eliminated in the 5th live show, coming in 5th place. VocaLoca landed in the bottom two 3 weeks in a row
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hit in many areas of the country and a popular part of the Miracles' live show. Cash Box described it as a "tradition-oriented emotion-packed moody blueser
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following its release. A live show was held at the Ryman Auditorium — home to the Grand Ole Opry. A recording of the live show was eventually released
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12th season of Britain's Got Talent. They were selected to appear in the live show, and came in the top three of the second semi-final. Amanda Holden and
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Tokyo One Piece Tower was an indoor theme park for the popular Japanese manga series, One Piece. It opened on March 13, 2015 inside Tokyo Tower. Since
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(millions) Share Live show 1 8 January 9.62 32.5% Results 1 7.17 23.9% Live show 2 15 January 8.47 28.8% Results 2 6.92 23.5% Live show 3 22 January 7.84
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"Royals" – Lorde Eliminated Live show 1 — Express Yourself Through to live shows, as Brooks Way's replacement Live show 2 "You Keep Me Hangin' On" –
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recently, he joined Apple Music Radio as host of a Monday to Thursday live show. Stroumboulopoulos was born in Malton, Ontario, a neighbourhood in Mississauga
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following its release. A live show was held at the Ryman Auditorium — home to the Grand Ole Opry. A recording of the live show was eventually released
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(2nd) Live show 3 Songs with a message "Swim Good" Frank Ocean Safe (1st) Live show 4 – Semi-final Songs from musicals "Bigger" Beyoncé Safe (2nd) Live show
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Live show 1 My Song "Sweet Dreams, TN" The Last Shadow Puppets Safe Live show 2 Songs from the contestant's birthyears "Common People" Pulp Safe Live
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Empire is an official VHS released by Björk on 16 November 1998. The live show was recorded at the end of the Post Tour on 27 February 1997, at a special
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first live show, Steffi Landerer, who was known for her sex appeal, was eliminated. Marcel Pluschke, who was eliminated on the second live-show, did not
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album would go on to sell over two million copies worldwide. The 1981 live show setlist featured songs from the group's 1980 album Triumph, two songs
The Seduction of Ingmar Bergman (3,925 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
ambitious dramatic concept received favourable reviews and spawned both a live show and plans to turn it into a film. Sparks produced the album, their first
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shows Live show 1 Signature "We Are Young" Fun featuring Janelle Monáe Safe Live show 2 Grammy Nominated Hits "Chandelier" Sia Safe Live show 3 Contemporary
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and Würzel were interviewed by Andy Kershaw on BBC Radio 1's 'Saturday Live' show, "Deaf Forever" and "Orgasmatron" were played. The Dutch release of the
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MTV by Mexican rock band Maná. Maná's MTV Unplugged performance was a live show which was performed in an acoustic sound. The live performance was recorded
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the 6th and final contestant to be revealed on the night of the first Live show. Erica Gimpel replaced Jacinta Whyte and joined Simon and Robert for the
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successful 50th Anniversary Tour. The track is from the March 21, 2009 live show at the GelreDome in Arnhem, Netherlands. The music video for the song
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Me"—Michael Bublé Due to an injury, Ryan & Brandee did not compete in the live show. Save Me skates Saara & Hamish: "Fight Song"—Rachel Platten Didi & Łukasz:
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Show dos Famosos (The Famous' Show) is a Brazilian live reality television singing competition based on the Spanish series Your Face Sounds Familiar. The
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elimination in the first live show. Viewers could still vote, and the votes would go on and be counted in the second live show. Theme: Songs released in
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rank Share Live show 1 14 January 9.83 6 43.0% Results 1 6.73 19 28.0% Live show 2 21 January 9.08 9 41.0% Results 2 7.06 15 28.0% Live show 3 28 January
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2019. The final show under AT&T aired on February 28. On March 2, the live show began airing on The Dan Patrick Show YouTube channel with the radio show
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Act Order Song Result Nicklas Mietke 1 "Sanctify" Bottom two Mathilde Caffey 2 "Boring People" Bottom
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She is also a curator of live events. In 2019 she created a radical live show Queens Of The Electronic Underground for Manchester International Festival
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to live shows Live show 1 Signature "Angel Zoo" Phlake Safe Live show 2 Songs from the judges decades "Take On Me" A-ha Safe Live show 3 Break-up songs
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length of the show fluctuated over the years. Although TRL was billed as a live show, many episodes were actually pre-recorded. Due to declining ratings, and
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is a live album by The Moody Blues, consisting of a 12 December 1969 live show at the Royal Albert Hall and five previously unreleased studio recordings
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the nominees should leave, with the selected person leaving during a live show. This process continued until only three housemates remained, at which
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fifth place went to Ana Guerra. On 4 December 2017, during sixth week's live show or "Gala 6", it was announced that the series would serve as the platform
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February 2012 571,000 9 Live Show 1 4 March 2012 — 10 Live Results 1 — 11 Live Show 2 11 March 2012 553,000 12 Live Results 2 — 13 Live Show 3 18 March 2012 —
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November 2011, entitled Mark Watson Live. In 2019, Watson staged a 26.2-hour live show that coincided with the London Marathon, and during the COVID-19 pandemic
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Episode Theme Song Artist Result Live show 1 (10 February 2012) Free choice "Heaven" Emeli Sandé Safe Live show 2 (17 February 2012) Danish hits "Glemmer
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following both individual and group performances. At the end of every live show, the losing Dorothy would have her shoes stripped by the Dorothy who survived
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the animated television series Rugrats, which aired on Nickelodeon. The live show was conceived in 1994, and debuted on February 6, 1998, with a two-year
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31.6% Knockout rounds 2 15 March 8.27 2 31.9% Live show 1 21 March 7.49 1 32.8% Live results 1 6 Live show 2 28 March 7.26 5 30.2% Live final 4 April 6
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(millions) Share Live show 1 5 January 7.19 26.5% Live results 1 5.60 20.3% Live show 2 12 January 6.72 25.9% Live results 2 5.92 19.4% Live show 3 19 January
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Contestants' performances on the first live show Act Order Song Result Ladies with Attitude 1 "Say My Name" Safe Mia Sørensen 2 "Shock to My System" Safe
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Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures is the live show, stageplay and musical production arm of Warner Bros. Discovery. The company forms a part of Warner Bros
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the first competitor to receive the highest number of points at every live show. She was announced the winner of season 11 on 3 May 2014, winning €500
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Wizarding World of Harry Potter An American Tail Live Show 1990 1997 Upper lot An outdoor live show adjacent to Fievel's Playland featuring characters
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contestant Carmen Smith was disqualified from the competition before the live show. To keep the teams even, Team Joel only eliminated one contestant in the
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Elements of the segment (including Velvet) appear in the Sesame Street Live show "Can't Stop Singing". Starting in the fall of 2015, segments used in the
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the live shows. On the first live show, Quigg sang "Imagine" and was highly praised by the judges. On the second live show (Michael Jackson week) he sang
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rank Share Live show 1 20 January 9.08 7 38.8% Results 1 6.14 17 23.6% Live show 2 27 January 8.82 7 38.5% Results 2 6.20 17 27.0% Live show 3 3 February
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new judges, married couple Willy Moon and Natalia Kills until the first live show when they were both fired after bullying a contestant, then former The
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72% — 8th 8.46% 8th 8.71% Eliminated (Week 5) Riccardo Schiara Not in live show — 3rd 14.08% 3rd 16.92% — — 4th 16.45% 9th 6.59% Eliminated (Week 5) Spritz
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Boishakhi TV in 2013 Live show on Channel 71 in 2014 on his birthday Live show "Aalap" on Boishakhi TV in 2014 on his birthday Live show "Citycell Tarokakathon"
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live shows Live show 1 Signature "Boring People" L Devine Bottom two (9th) Save me song "A Change Is Gonna Come" Sam Cooke Saved Live show 2 Songs from
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Studios Florida Woody Woodpecker's Kidzone Live show Bourne Stuntacular Universal Studios Florida Hollywood Live show based on Bourne Identity films Curious
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years after the release, the song was part of the singer's Primera Fila live show and appeared as a bonus track for the special edition of the album: Primera
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Studios Florida Woody Woodpecker's Kidzone Live show Bourne Stuntacular Universal Studios Florida Hollywood Live show based on Bourne Identity films Curious
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LaVive in the Live Show II. Julia Köster (17), student from Oberhausen. She was announced the third band member of LaVive in the Live Show III. Katrin Mehlberg
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Technicolor" Live Show 1: Muse – "Uprising" Live Show 2: Michael Jackson & Paul McCartney – "Say Say Say" Live Show 3: Dúné – "Dry Lips" Live Show 4: Owl City
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Song Artist Result Live show 1 (9 February 2013) Hope ""Last Po' Man" / "No Diggity"" Seasick Steve / Blackstreet Safe Live show 2 (15 February 2013)
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Sailer Yvonne Catterfeld First live show (Top 10) "Er gehört zu mir" Marianne Rosenberg 24.27% (first) Second live show (Top 8) "My Heart Will Go On" Céline
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been released several times. The final show of the tour, and the last live show Freddie Mercury ever performed with Queen, was at Knebworth on 9 August
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Stephen Andrew Lynch (born July 28, 1971) is an American comedian, musician and actor who is known for his songs mocking daily life and popular culture
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game music composer, musician, sound designer, television personality, live show creative director, and producer. He is the creator of the concert series
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live show after the release of their album during Autumn 2011 in both the United Kingdom and United States. In early 2012, the trio toured their live
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the nickname "The Claw". On her first live show, Vickers sang U2's "With or Without You" and in her second live show Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror"
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rank Share Live show 1 13 January 9.34 6 36.0% Results 1 8.02 12 28.0% Live show 2 20 January 9.33 6 37.0% Results 2 8.34 11 30.0% Live show 3 27 January
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and "Skyscraper", which are both fan favorites and are staples of their live show today; the former is a song that Bad Religion often opens their set with
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Nineveh Safe Live show 3 Girlpower "Running Up That Hill" Kate Bush Safe Live show 4 Decade 17/18 "Say Something Loving" The xx Safe Live show 5 Something
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Musicians. It took place at the Corum in Montpellier on 23 July 2022. The live show was hosted by French playwright Judith Chaine and Belgian radio presenter
Red Hot Chili Peppers Official Bootlegs (190 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
World Tour. Through the band's website, people are able to purchase each live show from the band's tours. Each show is released 72 hours after the actual
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for Music Video of the Year. The song has become a staple of the band's live show to this day. Dizzee Rascal samples this song on his single, "Sirens" from
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from the said pageant. Nancy now is the Tv presenter of Alqahera Alyoum live show on OSN When the reigning Miss Earth 2013, Alyz Henrich, traveled to Egypt
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Children's Television Workshop for the characters. The first Sesame Street Live show opened in September 1980 at the Metropolitan Sports Center in Bloomington
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2014 MTV Video Music Awards. The Huffington Post has started streaming a live show on YouNow weekly since August 2015. The Shorty Awards featured a "YouNower
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Eliminated (Live Show 4) Amber Nichols Team Madden Advanced Advanced Eliminated (Live show 3) Cath Adams Advanced Advanced Eliminated (Live show 2) Jason
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competitive awards each. Mexican band Bronco earned two accolades. The live show included performances by Daniela Romo, Myriam Hernández, Raúl di Blasio
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shows "for children" were held in Edinburgh in 2006. The sketches in the live show are not pre-planned and the shows contain all true improv. The puppeteers
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Embury, Barker, Lindberg and Reisenegger. It was touted as the band's last live show; however, they later booked more shows for 2010 and 2012. During February
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September 25, 1994 (live show) Arn Anderson defeated Johnny B. Badd to win the WCW World Television Championship on January 8, 1995 (live show) Konnan defeated
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Live at the Fillmore is a limited release double CD recording of a live show by the Residents. To celebrate their 25th anniversary, the Residents performed
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The Tales of Beedle the Bard is a book of children's stories by the author J. K. Rowling. There is a storybook of the same name mentioned in Harry Potter
Ready Steady Go! (1,767 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
ITV contractor for London, called Rediffusion-London after 1964. The live show was eventually networked nationally. The show gained its highest ratings
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"Respect" Through to live shows Live show 1 "God Only Knows" This Is Me Safe Live show 2 "Billie Jean" Reinvention Safe Live show 3 "Everybody's Free (To Feel
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live shows Live show 1 My Song "Misbehaving" Labrinth Safe Live show 2 Made in Denmark "Heroes and Saints" Nikolaj Grandjean Safe Live show 3 Girlpower
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After the success of the first live show, in 2004, due to audiences' support, he continued to hold the second live show named Giờ H (Hour H). Addressing
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which air at the same local time in each time zone. The recording of the live show is rerun in a condensed format on Monday afternoons at 3 p.m. EST as Cross
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through the late 1980s with some 1990s hits. Currently, there is only one live show on 107.9, Jones & Company. All other shows are voice tracked. One of the
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2005). "Keller's Raw report 1/10: Ongoing "virtual time" analysis of live show". Pro Wrestling Torch. Retrieved March 25, 2015. Tylwalk, Nick (January
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sing-along track has become one of the band's best-known songs, and is a live show staple, despite never having been a true single and without an accompanying
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Episode Theme Song Artist Result Live show 1 (12 February 2010) Free Choice "You're Still the One" Shania Twain Safe Live show 2 (19 February 2010) Michael
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619,000 2.3% Live Show / Results 1 9 November 20:35-22:30 863,000 3.5% Live Show / Results 2 16 November 20:35-22:30 726,000 3.0% Live Show / Results 3
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live shows Live show 1 Signature "Former" Thøger Dixgaard Safe Live show 2 Grammy nominated hits "Maniac" Michael Sembello Safe Live show 3 Contemporary
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audible audience reaction. Nevertheless, the listener who has attended the live show expects it to be an accurate souvenir of the experience. The British were
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advanced to the next live show via the public vote and Autumn Sharif, who did not advance to the second live show. During the second live show, McCrorie performed
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display a shattered bass drum head that Lux's head went through during a live show. On January 10, 2001, Bryan Gregory died at Anaheim Memorial Medical Center
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2012. Retrieved August 12, 2012. "Modesto shines in 'X Factor' top 11 live show". ABS-CBN News. August 11, 2012. Retrieved August 12, 2012. "Groups rebound
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album he releases, Hirasawa also stages an accompanying "Interactive Live Show", an interactive concert that merges computer graphics with his music
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eight weeks. Each week the contestants sang and performed during the live show, receiving comments from the judges following their performance. The public
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Theater-Style Stage". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved June 30, 2020. "(#1509) "LIVE SHOW 1"" (Press release). NBC. Retrieved July 28, 2020 – via The Futon Critic
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particular nature, Ayreon live performances are rare, and no official Ayreon live show took place until 2017. Several Ayreon songs were first included in two
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play entitled For the Love of Mrs. Brown in 2007 he then recorded the live show and made it available onto DVD via his own website in a bid to increase
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left for Garbage in 1994, and Goodbye Mr Mackenzie played their final live show at the end of 1995. The band began when Martin Metcalfe moved on from
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broadcasting in Pakistan. In 2002, the ARY Star Gold Quiz Show became the first live show to offer a prize of one kilogram of gold. For the period of its broadcast
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which air at the same local time in each time zone. The recording of the live show is rerun in a condensed format on Monday afternoons at 3 p.m. EST as Cross
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one that actually met, practiced, recorded and played live. Their first live show was at the notorious stadium “Laugardalshöllin” opening up for Billy Idol
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television program The Live! Show (1979–1984). Billed as "the variety show of the avant-garde",[citation needed] The Live! Show was an eclectic half-hour
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album. It was released on August 9, 2010, in support of their debut UK live show at Shepherd's Bush Empire. The single made the A-list playlist on BBC
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the remaining three jurors each have a CD, on which they can give their live show candidate their 5% voting right. Color key Original airdate: 13 March
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the album, as well as several outtakes, non-album tracks and a recorded live show from the Twenty Grand club in Detroit, Michigan. It sold out immediately
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It is the first video in the world filmed by mobile-phones during a live show on a national TV. Hello Hello has been also used for a SiMobil mobile
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Idool 2003 was the first season of the Belgian version of the Idol series. It was won by Peter Evrard, and followed by Idool 2004. The series was officially
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Association of America. Presley had first performed "Heartbreak Hotel" during a live show in December 1955 during a tour of the Louisiana Hayride, but the song
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Animagique was a live show at Walt Disney Studios Park in France, housed in Studios 3, at the entrance of Toon Studio. The show closed on January 31,
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George would chart in 1962." "Achin', Breakin' Heart" was part of George's live show for years, as can be heard on the album Live at Dancetown, U.S.A. "Country
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a headlining act for Primavera Sound's June 2022 festival, her first live show performance in over two years. On 7 June, Lorde posted an image on her
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SModcast Podcast Network, including SModcast, Fatman Beyond, and the live show Hollywood Babble-On. He is known for participating in long, humorous Q&A
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such as Butlins. In 1997, they recorded another album, based on their live show. Again, the album contained re-recordings of their hits as well as cover
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18 22.0% Live show 1 10 January 9.64 6 30.8% Results 1 8.24 14 27.4% Live show 2 17 January 9.10 8 30.9% Results 2 7.61 14 25.9% Live show 3 24 January
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Advanced October 29 Live show 1 (Top 16) Mentor's choice "When a Man Loves a Woman" Percy Sledge Saved by Kelly Rowland November 6 Live show 2 (Top 13) Motown
Operación Triunfo (series 10) (3,194 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
select the Spanish entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. A special live show of Operación Triunfo 2018 was held on 20 January 2019 to select the Spanish
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the 2000s. In late 2001, the band reworked the song's solo for their live show. In 2005, lead singer Rivers Cuomo would often open the band's encore
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benefit concert at Wembley Stadium. In 1990, the band played their last live show before a 19-year absence. In 1999, Hadley, Norman and Keeble launched
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Results 2 7.50 14 29.8% 0.57 8.07 Live show 1 23 January 8.19 8 30.3% 0.66 8.85 Results 1 6.93 14 25.6% 0.54 7.47 Live show 2 30 January 8.06 7 30.2% 0.68
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star 1st Live Show - Contestant's choice 2nd Live Show - Aṣa & Tracy Chapman Mentor: Aṣa 3rd Live Show - Reggae Mentor: Samini 4th Live Show - African
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The World of Sid & Marty Krofft at the Hollywood Bowl is a live show at the Hollywood Bowl on July 29, 1973 that was filmed and aired as a television
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Woods also served as hostess for a short time. The primary format of the live show was Carter introducing a theme for the show in the intro. Throughout the
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"Tribute". He also directed several short films that played as part of their live show, as well as the documentary On The Road with Tenacious D. He also wrote
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can be connected directly to a mixing board in a sound reinforcement/live show or recording context. DI units are also referred to as a DI box, direct
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Contestants performances on the first live show Act Order Song Result Júnior Oliveira 1 "Feeling Good" Bottom two Matheus Paraízo 2 "Breezeblocks" Safe
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tours, before reuniting in 2010. The setlists of this era in the Swans live show were probably the most varied in terms of chronology. Although many of
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started as a pre-taped hour airing on Saturday nights, then became a weekly live show. In April 2010, Roberts became the host of an overnight Top 40 music show
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December 2021". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 17 December 2021. The Live Show by Nathan Carter: Amazon.co.uk: Music "The Best of the First 10 Years
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advanced Knockouts "Never Tear Us Apart" INXS Advanced Live Show 1 "Yes" McAlmont & Butler Advanced Live Show 2 "Purple Rain" Prince Advanced "The Power of Love"
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his 500th live show. The show was held in O2 Arena in London as part of the inaugural function of the World Kabaddi League. His first live show was held
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was intended to be loud and heavy, and accurately represent the group's live show. Recording took place at various studios around London in between extensive
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Boys (16-24) category mentored by Nikos Mouratidis. In the inaugural live show, he sang "How to Save a Life" from The Fray and in second week the Armenian-themed
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Harry Camilla the Chicken Dr. Julius Strangepork Snowth Sweetums (voice) Live show at the Hollywood Bowl, Sept. 8–10 2018 The Muppets Take the O2 Kermit
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3D, entertainment at the Roxy Theatre and the Hollywood Stunt Driver live show. Among the five operating roller coasters, DC Rivals HyperCoaster is Australia's
Real Time with Bill Maher (3,513 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
dropped after the tenth episode. Viewers were also able to call into the live show in the first season and ask questions over the air, but this was also
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and band leader. He served as the musical director, guitar player, and live show arranger for Motown vocal group The Temptations from 1964 until 1982.
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video recording live show, 27 November 2000, at Royal Albert Hall) Keith Moon – vocals on "Bell Boy" (from video recording of live show, 18 May 1974, at
Let It Shine (2017 TV series) (1,015 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
Lulu for the group round. Ricki Lake was the guest judge for the first live show,[citation needed] Ashley Roberts for the semi-final and Peter Kay for
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the concert DVD and the soundtrack. The second DVD featuring the full live show combined with behind-the-scenes footage, interviews with the band and
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herself upon a request from František Polák, editor of the pre-filmed live show called Abeceda, created by ČST. Lyrics provided Kamil Peteraj, and the
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The Oh! Gravity. Tour is a 2007 concert tour by the alternative rock band Switchfoot, held to promote their sixth studio album, Oh! Gravity. The tour began
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contribute to the song "Bad Baby" on the album Metal Box. Atkins' first live show with PiL was recorded and released as a live album Paris au Printemps
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Live show 1 "King" Years & Years Safe Live show 2 "My Life Would Suck Without You" Kelly Clarkson Safe Live show 3 "Photograph" Ed Sheeran Safe Live show
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the new studio with its "ONE Sessions at the Live Lounge" program, a live show which featured local music. On April 11, 2022, to celebrate its 50th anniversary
Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (film) (3,109 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
30th Anniversary Edition DVD, including additional material from the live show and extras, was released in 2003. Early in 1972, Bowie had taken the stage
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live shows Live show 1 "Never Enough" Loren Allred Saved by public Live show 2 "No Tears Left to Cry" Ariana Grande Saved by public Live show 3 "Chandelier"
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roses as a symbol that he still drinks. The song became part of Jones' live show at the time, and when he would sing the line, "She asked if I had quit
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live shows Live show 1 "Never Enough" Loren Allred Saved by public Live show 2 "No Tears Left to Cry" Ariana Grande Saved by public Live show 3 "Chandelier"
The Voice (American season 1) (2,217 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
received the results on the following week's live show. Voting commences after the broadcast of each live show on Tuesday and stayed open until 10 AM EDT
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had fewer PPV buys and a reduced live show attendance that year. According to Dave Meltzer, ROH's average live show attendance in 2019 was 1,082—lower
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(Live Show 1, theme "My Own Idol"), "True Colors" from Cyndi Lauper (Live Show 2, theme: the 1980s) and "Kom igen, Lena" from Håkan Hellström (Live Show
Disney Junior – Live on Stage! (3,508 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Stage! (originally Playhouse Disney – Live on Stage! until 2011) was a live show attraction featuring puppets of characters from Disney Junior's popular
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Want", are all fan favorites, and a few of those are staples of their live show. Up until 2018, the only song from Suffer that was never performed live
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An open mic or open mike (shortened from "open microphone") is a live show at a venue such as a coffeehouse, nightclub, comedy club, strip club, or pub
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Jurassic World Live is a live show produced by Feld Entertainment and NBCUniversal based on the Jurassic World franchise. The show started touring arenas
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September 7, 1997 in Boston. On April 18, 1998, the band played a free live show in downtown Athens as part of their CD release party. The concert was
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and band leader. He served as the musical director, guitar player, and live show arranger for Motown vocal group The Temptations from 1964 until 1982.
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renamed it the Capitol in 1927. Under new management, the Capitol ran a live show every week to accompany the current film. Well-known Irish acts to appear
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live shows Live show 1 "The Blower's Daughter" Damien Rice Saved by Coach Live show 2 "Believe" Mumford & Sons Saved by Public Live show 3 "Everybody
The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet (626 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
interviews, audience participation, and segments relating to viewers. The last live show aired on June 12, 2009, with reruns continuing through until September
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eight weeks. Each week the contestants sang and performed during the live show, receiving comments from the judges following their performance. The public
Fuck It, We'll Do It Live (2,177 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
how they wanted to record a live show – without overdubbing in post-production. Personnel in the group for the live show included Wednesday 13 on vocals
You're a Star (series 5) (1,816 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
song "Livin'". The live show began at 18:30. Andrew Grafton was eliminated. He sang the Stevie Wonder song Lately. The live show began at 18:30. Susan
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certain colour, which made identification easier. At the end of every live show, the losing Zorro would have his jacket and sash stripped by the Zorro
Big Brother (Australian season 4) (1,361 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
before of Igor and Aphrodite's argument. Meeting Miriam was a Special Live Show shown on Day 41, where Miriam Rivera entered the Big Brother House to
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television show on Virgin Media One (formerly known as "TV3"). It is a live show, and provides chat, live music, cooking, entertainment, showbiz and technology
Naomi Smalls (1,319 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
2018-08-26 Ramos, Dino-Ray (September 7, 2019). "'RuPaul's Drag Race' Sets Live Show In Las Vegas". Deadline. Retrieved 2019-09-08. Juengling, Konrad (October
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(audio tracks on the CD and videos of the live show, along with other special features, on the DVD). The live show recorded for the album was also played
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Osbourne was criticised for her outbursts on the show, where before a live show in series three she reportedly spoke out against Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
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drummer Brad Wilk joined the band, but before they had played their first live show. When the band began performing live shows they sold the tape for $5,
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belittle and damage." In 2020, Netflix released a filmed version of the live show. In July 2021, Gadsby started with her solo show Body of Work in several
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(2021) 2012: The Live Show, recorded at The Burnavon Theatre, Cookstown, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland 2013: The Wagon Wheel Live Show, recorded at Aura
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Radio Theatre, a live album showcasing Bowie's uncut BBC Radio Theatre live show in 2000 (previously documented in an edited form on Bowie at the Beeb)
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The White Tie Affair (also known as TWTA) is an American pop band from Chicago, Illinois, United States, consisting of Chris Wallace (vocals), Sean-P (guitar)
The Catherine Tate Show (4,426 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
The Catherine Tate Show is a British television sketch comedy written by Catherine Tate and Derren Litten. Tate also stars in all but one of the show's
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First of Many Goodbye Tours (2004), Does He Really Talk Like That? The Live Show (2005) and Return of the Love Monkey (2006). In 1999, Pasquale made his
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on August 2, 2008. The Christian metal band Demon Hunter also filmed a live show at Rocketown for their live DVD and CD. Rocketown moved a few blocks to
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special aired on CBS channel in 1968, with selected moments from the live show that in its entirety featured thirty three songs. From the show Streisand
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spoofing "Total Eclipse of the Heart" and "Candy Shop", as well as his live show, which parodies female cover songs and was filmed as a one-hour TV special
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— 11 Live Show 1 17 March 2013 — 12 Live Show 2 24 March 2013 — 13 Live Show 3 31 March 2013 — 14 Live Show 4 7 April 2013 608,000 15 Live Show 5 14 April
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Snowth Live show at the Hollywood Bowl, Sept. 8–10 2018 The Muppets Take the O2 Walter Robin the Frog Statler Link Hogthrob Lips Snowth Live show at the
X Factor (Romanian season 6) (1,183 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
The most voted act will go directly to the Live Shows. In the first live show if one of the mentor decides to take him in his team, then he will go
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Pendarvis, and Eli Brueggemann, who does not play in the band on the live show. The band plays instrumentals leading in and out of station breaks; affiliates
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parted ways, and the Comedy Death-Ray live show was renamed Comedy Bang! Bang! The Comedy Bang! Bang! live show ultimately ended in December 2012 after
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premiered on The X Factor Australia, performing live during the third live show. The single debuted at number one on the ARIA Singles Chart and was certified
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Writer(s) Length 1. "Buttons" (live show) Sean Garrett Jamal Jones Jason Perry Nicole Scherzinger 3:54 2. "Beep" (live show; featuring will.i.am) William
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entries with the most votes advanced to the special live show "Gala Eurovisión", the special live show where the Spanish public would choose both the song
The Voice UK (series 3) (3,051 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
Retrieved 17 March 2014. Drewett, Meg (23 March 2014). "The Voice first live show tops Saturday ratings with 6.21m on BBC One". Digital Spy. Retrieved 23
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in 1995, re-opening on 18 December 1996 as the Teatro Metropolitan, a live show venue staging mainly rock concerts. Teatro Metropólitan is a sponsor of
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2016–2017, he toured the US and Europe alongside Porter Robinson on a live show they called the Shelter Live Tour. This back to back set contained tracks
X Factor (Romanian season 7) (1,473 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
The most voted act will go directly to the Live Shows. In the first live show if one of the mentor decides to take him in his team, then he will go
Now United (4,433 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
the group announced that it would hold an online concert, the "Now Love Live Show". The music video released of their "NU Party" was released on the 18th
Rang (TV channel) (221 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
Rang is an Assamese language general entertainment television channel owned by Riniki Bhuyan Sarma and held by Pride East Entertainments Pvt. Ltd. of Guwahati
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channel announcing the upcoming series of live concerts, with the first live show to be headlined by K-pop boy group SuperM. Initially, Beyond Live was
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shows Live show 1 "Mamacita" – Original song Express Yourself Safe (1st) Live show 2 "Dimelo" – Original song Viva Latino Safe (1st) Live show 3 "Faith"
The Beatles: Get Back (4,174 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
television special about the recording of their next album leading up to a live show at a location to be determined. The band rehearse embryonic versions of
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percussion, guitar riffs, smoke-velvet vocals, and horn solos. In their live show, with Zardoya on lead vocals and Conway on drums, they are joined by Jesse
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encore showing was shown on October 8 of that year. The second RiffTrax Live! show in theaters took place on December 16, 2009, where they riffed several
X Factor (Romanian season 8) (1,255 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
The most voted act will go directly to the Live Shows. In the first live show if one of the mentor decides to take him in his team, then he will go
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Muppet Performer (live show at the Hollywood Bowl, 8–10 Sept. 2017) The Muppets Take the O2 – Additional Muppet Performer (live show at the O2 Arena, 13–14
Saturday Night Live (15,798 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Pendarvis, and Eli Brueggemann, who does not play in the band on the live show. The band plays instrumentals leading in and out of station breaks; affiliates
List of programs broadcast by FX (2,766 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
visit collectors nationwide. Broadcast from the "Dining Room." The last live show to be cancelled. Hosted by Claire Carter and John Burke. Aired Noon to
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recent covers EP Rhinoplasty, and is composed mostly of highlights from a live show performed on October 14 that year at The Phoenix Theater in Petaluma,
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James May presenting Top Gear Live, when it had its first international Live show at ASB Showgrounds in Auckland from 12 to 15 February 2009, and again
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incorporating her background in installation, sound, and conceptual art into the live show. Dyne performs live from a location off stage. Maricich and Dyne composed
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Kishidan (氣志團), which means "The Knights", are a Japanese rock band. They have a retro image, wearing Japanese school uniforms in the style of bōsōzoku
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co-starred in RuPaul's Drag Race: Vegas Revue, a miniseries about the live show. After closing down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Asia O'Hara will return
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"Barriemore" Barlow, replacing the band's previous drummer Clive Bunker. The live show promoting the album included the playing of the full suite, with various
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Under The Stairs, Xzibit, and other popular rap artists on his Tom Green Live show. In January 2008, a second solo rap album titled Basement Jams was released
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documentary to talk about their role in the development of the album and the live show. It also includes neurologist Oliver Sacks, who talks about the effect
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Bottom Live 2001: An Arse Oddity was the fourth live show based on the British sitcom Bottom. It was recorded at Nottingham Royal Concert Hall. The first
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water during a live recording. Walsh returned on the Saturday evening's live show, stating that he could not abandon his remaining competitor and eventual
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also contains the track "Applied Science", which is a staple in 311's live show and has included a full-band drum solo since 2000. P-Nut records with
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In 2018, they filmed their first live show at Thalia Hall in Chicago, IL. In 2019, they filmed their second live show in New Orleans, LA. The hosts have
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Blondfire is an American indie pop band from Los Angeles, California, United States. It started as a duo of brother and sister Bruce and Erica Driscoll
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September 2018, KENTARO, TOSHI, and KATSUJI left the band with a solo live show “美しき時代”(beautiful days). In January 2019, KIBA started UNDER GARGOYLE
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live show, which was titled Nana Kitade Live Showcase '18: Eighteen', in Shibuya-Ax. First press editions of the album included a ticket to the live show
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album by American singer Billie Eilish. It was recorded at an acoustic live show with her brother Finneas O'Connell at the Third Man Records headquarters
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voting for their favorite), the producers decided to make the top 15 live show "Now or Never" and chose the top 10 live to premier in the "Mottoshows"
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years of service. Little was changed during the 2016 season, a small live show named Pandamonium opened near the zoo, a Go Ape high ropes course opened
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G-Stone Recordings compilation and the development of the K&D Sessions Live show. The show included visuals by longtime G-Stone VJ collaborator Fritz Fitzke
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had originally intended for the wildcard to be announced on the first live show on 19 May, but after judge Melanie Blatt mistakenly tweeted the news on
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Copy to the semi final. During Rough Copy's performance on the first live show of The X Factor 2013, Barlow revealed that this would be his last series
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Georgia's younger cousin, The Misadventures of Tallulah Casey. Her one-woman live show Stevie Wonder Felt My Face won acclaim in the 1980s; her other shows were
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the nominees should leave, with the selected person leaving during a live show. This process continued until only three Housemates remained, in which
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live shows and was chosen to be in Demi Lovato's top 3. On the first live show, Ellona performed "Till the World Ends" by Britney Spears. Ellona received
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COVID-19 on 31 January and was therefore unable to present the fourth live show on 6 February. Stephen Mulhern therefore co-hosted alongside Willoughby
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The most voted act will go directly to the Live Shows. In the first live show if one of the mentor decides to take him in his team, then he will go
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- a rarities compilation called The King Bug Laughs and an unreleased live show titled Psychiatric Exploration Of The Fetus With Needles (Live In Seattle
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1 April 2008, a new format was debuted, featuring a 30-minute, fully live show broadcast on a Tuesday, Later Live... with Jools Holland, followed by
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and four EPs. On September 1, 2009, the band announced that after their live show on January 4, 2010 at the Nippon Budokan, they would suspend activities
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is one of the band's signature songs, and was played at almost every live show from its release to the dissolution of the band in 2009. In 2012, it was
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Judges' Houses stage, helping to select his final three acts for the live show, with the eventual winner being Steve Brookstein. In 2005, Sinitta helped
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colloquial term for I Love You Too), which was announced on the first live show on October 31, during which 1432 performed "We Are Never Ever Getting
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band name Cadaver and ended their activities in 2004, with their final live show in 2005. The band reformed in April 2019 and released their fifth album
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becoming a top 20 R&B hit and serving for several years as the Temptations' live-show closing number. Both sides of the single would be remixed for its 2nd