europop


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europop

(ˈjʊərəʊˌpɒp)
n
a type of banal pop music considered typical of European artists
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A TUNEFUL teacher tapped into his Europop past to tell pupils their school would be closed - and another went all Pink Floyd
Church is naughty gospel ("If you were a church I'd get down on my knees"), while Hold Me Tight or Don't - a Shakira-type Europop wobbler with whistling - seems to have been mischievously designed to appal the hard-core.
If we're not trying to sound like faux Europop, old-school boyband ballads that are well past their sell-by date seem to be the order of the day.
Rounds included national anthems, the Eurovision Song Contest and dancing queens at the Europop disco.
Singer Chesney Hawkes, Europop band No Mercy and singer Rozalla will perform at the brunch, with DJ Tim Cheddar assisting with a 'cheesy soundtrack' for the day-to-night event, the Le Meridien Dubai said in a statement.
The infectious Europop song is called Loin D'ice (Far From Here).
A 17-year-old theater student from University of Santo Tomas won the grand prix at this year's Europop singing contest, held in Berlin, Germany, on Nov.
She was joined by a string of other performers, including fellow X Factor wannabe Lloyd Daniels, and Europop duo Snap
This wasn't Welcome to Hell, more like Welcome to Europop Hell as most of the din came from the cheesy DJ before kick-off.
By the time stand-out effort A Sky Full Of Stars rolls around, you have never been more grateful for synthesisers and a bit of Europop.
Rating: Sabina: Toujours NOT the 80s Europop singer (that was Sabrina) but Ms Sciubba of New York art disco quartet Brazilian Girls.
Cheesy Europop time with the rather fit duo returning with essentially a rehash of their hit I Love It.