Eurovision National Finals 2013

UK 2013 AGAIN : Wikipedia Leak potentially – “You First Loved Me”/Kimberley Walsh

UK 2013 Kimberley Wikipedia

(Photograph Courtesy of Wikipedia)

Today seems to be all about the UK at Eurovision 2013 and Kimberley Walsh with the song “You First Loved Me”.

We stumbled across this on-line and thought you should see. Earlier today if you searched Wikipedia for Eurovision 2013 and went to see the entrants for the Big 5 you got the above entry. Notice that it says The United Kingdom – Artist Kimberley Walsh and the song “You First Loved Me”. It further went on to say that it was composed by none other than Fredrik Kempe – sound familiar?

Now if you go back to the very same page on Wikipedia – it has been amended to show the following information with the UK details deleted.

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(Picture Courtesy of WikiPedia)

Now we have also found this clip from YouTube – An album advert for Kimberley’s new album “Centre Stage” and if you go into the video to about 4 minutes and 30 seconds you will hear about 1 minute of the song – a ballad. This could be a wonderful PR stunt to promote Kimberley’s new album but remember what happened with “Lipstick” by Jedward that got an Amazon advertisement by accident before the official Irish Eurosong Release date back in 2011.

(YouTube Video Courtesy of J Christy)

How reliable this information is – who can tell? All we can report is what we found today. There has been no confirmation of this information from Girls Aloud PR. So the UK could have Kimberley Walsh performing a song composed by Fredrik Kempe called “You First Loved Me”.

Stay Tuned.

Author/Website Founder and Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source – Wikipedia

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2 replies »

    • Very True John – Hence I have said to take it with a pinch of salt – though the song they mentioned is a song 3 mins long and she worked with Kempe on. Just speculating and telling people what is out there
      Cheers

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