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Iran denies Eurovision development programme

Denials come amid fresh claims from Israel regarding a high-security rehearsal facility near Tehran

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Deadward - Ireland's entry last year would have been under serious threat from Iran's current Eurovision programme, claim Israel

TEHRAN: Israel has issued a stark warning to the international community that Iran is on the verge of developing novelty pop acts that will be ready for deployment at this weekend’s Eurovision Song Contest.

The detailed claims, which were unveiled this morning to the UN by Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak, are focused on a high-security rehearsal facility south-east of Tehran, where intelligence sources claim to have found evidence of gold hotpants, giant inflatable stage props, and dance routines.

Reports that investigators had also found a discarded lyric sheet for a song entitled “You’re a Cutey (Slap My Booty)” could not be confirmed.

Iran's major Eurovision facilities, according to Israeli reports

Despite immediate condemnation from UN representatives, the International Pop Watchdog and Terry Wogan, Iranian officials were quick to maintain that their high-camp music enrichment program was for civilian use only.

“Reports that we are arranging a high-energy song n’ dance number for Eurovision use are pure fantasy, concocted by warmongering Israeli politicians,” said an Iranian government choreographer.

But Israel stood by its allegations, and claimed direct military action could be taken against the rehearsal facilities with or without UN support.

“The Iranian Eurovision threat is real and palpable,” said Israeli Eurovision Inspector Moisha Twinkletoes. “The world mustn’t be fooled into compromise and must strike now to prevent an Iranian pop assault on Saturday’s competition, or it could be a genuine case of Boom Bang-a-Bang.

“And I don’t mean Lulu’s much-loved 1969 Eurovision entry of the same name,” he added.



  1. sheika Mabooty

    May 24, 2012 at 8:49 am

    These Iranians need to be stopped in their musical tracks right now, before things get out of hand. European nations depend on this song contest to ridicule and slag off their neighbours, not to mention providing a platform for talentless has-beens. Iran’s intention to muscle in on the act to spite Israel would surely bring the whole event into disrepute and make it a laughing stock. Besides, it is unfair to Jedward to bring possibly more lurid costumes to the stage, at this point in proceedings.

  2. Mustafa Weewee

    June 13, 2012 at 7:59 am

    Eurovision is the original axis of evil.

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