Adele, Emeli Sande, Taio Cruz, Adele, Professor Green, Emeli Sande, Rizzle Kicks, Adele, Radio Killer, Jessie J., David Guetta -Yes, they are all in the third EuroHit40 show of 2012 (and, yes, Emeli and Adele do turn up more than once) brought to you by Radio Netherlands Worldwide.
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Artist info: where they come from and web links (Facebook.com links on our own Facebook page):
Adele (United Kingdom/England) official website
Taio Cruz (UK/England) website
David Guetta (France) website
Emeli Sande (UK/Scotland) official website
Jessie J (UK/England) official website
Sia (Australia) website/blog
Rizzle Kicks (UK/England) homepage
Naughty Boy (UK) on Twitter
For info on our two Eurobusters (from Go Back To The Zoo and Radio Killer) scroll to the very bottom of this page or visit EH40 TV on YouTube
Download the CHART for this show (PDF)
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- The Euro Hit 40 website
- Find out about the WorldPopContest 2012
- The BIG EuroHit40 show of 2011
- The programme archive page
- The BIG Euro Hit 40 show of 2009
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- The page with the 28 songs in the 2011 WorldPopContest (now over, sorry!)
- The page with the points awarded to the songs in the 2011 WorldPopContest (voting over, sorry!)
Yes, we still have one and it could win you an RNW T-shirt (maybe even a EuroHit40 T-shirt if we have any left in your size) plus other goodies, including an RNW keyring. For this month's competition question and to read all the rules as well as details of the prizes, CLICK HERE!
Competition 46: answer and winners
The question for this competition is heard in the first part of January 2012 Euro Hit 40 show, after hit number 35 Ik Neem Je Mee by Gers Pardoel, sung in Dutch. The question was about which country - other than the obvious one - has Dutch as an official language. The options given were:
Answer: Belgium (which also has French and German as official languages).
Our congratulations - and the prizes too - go to:
Marthin Nyatundo - who lives in Kenya
Ted Lim - who lives in Taiwan
Our first - Dutch - Eurobuster this month comes from the band with the name Go Back To The Zoo. Here's their page on MySpace. Their Eurobuster song is What If and you can see the accompanying video in the Eurobusters 2012 section of EH40 TV on YouTube.
Our second Eurobuster is Don't Let the Music Stop and can also be found on EH40 TV. The track comes from the dance act - with Romanian roots - called Radio Killer. Here's their blog page which appears to be in Romanian only.
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