How to play Euro 2016: Five tips from the stars

How to play Euro 2016: Five tips from the stars

When Euro 2016 kicked off in France on Saturday, it was the biggest tournament in the continent’s history, drawing a crowd of a billion people.

It was also the most expensive tournament in history.

That’s according to Eurovision, the competition for songwriters who are paid to perform live for an audience.

In the United States, the biggest show on TV last night was the Oscars, but in Russia the big TV shows were mostly about sports and music.

All of this is a big deal for the producers of Eurovision who are hoping to win a record-breaking audience.

For this year’s show, there were some changes, as well as some changes to the rules.

There was no competition in the Netherlands for the top 10 songs from the top 15 countries.

Instead, the top four countries were the winners of the prize.

Instead of a single number, the winner was decided by a vote of the country’s population.

The winner was then given the chance to sing a song from the show’s top five songs.

The audience was not allowed to go to any of the show shows.

Instead the show was streamed on TV screens, via a video feed, via the internet or on mobile phones.

The result was that the show received huge ratings in Russia and in some countries it attracted huge crowds.

So what does that mean for us?

First, it means that we can see the real impact of the competition.

That means more viewers and more money for producers of the music, as more of us tune in and pay for a show.

There are more people watching and paying attention to the Eurovision than ever before.

That can make the show more popular with the people who are paying to see it.

The show is also now in its fourth year and it is still going strong.

It is still drawing a huge audience, although the ratings are down in Russia, where the show is not available.

The Russian audience is a very different demographic than the Europones.

They are younger, more middle-class and more conservative than the average Russian.

And they have been watching the show for a while.

Russia also has the largest TV audience in Europe.

And there are many young people in Russia who are watching the Eurovies for the first time, but are not paying much attention to it.

In fact, they might have never heard of the contest before.

In Russia, we can expect a huge boost in the numbers of young people who tune in to watch Eurovision.

They might even start to support the contest.

So far, we have seen very little from the Russian media about this.

And that is why I think that the Russian government is now trying to get more attention to this competition, in particular.

First, they need to convince the audience to tune in.

That is a major challenge.

And secondly, they must persuade the young people to tune into the show.

The fact that they are watching it on TV and are not listening to music, that is the biggest obstacle.

And finally, the Russian authorities must start promoting the show to the people.

And we know that if they do that, then they will be able to boost ratings.

I know that the European Commission has a long list of demands, but they do not seem to be listening to them.

They want the show not to be seen on TV.

It seems that the Commission is trying to appease the Russian producers by saying that the EuromTV website and the show will be up and running at the beginning of January.

So the show might start in January and it will be on television all the time.

In this way, the Commission could be pushing the producers to make a show more appealing to the Russian audience.

But the reality is that the competition in Russia has changed a lot since we last looked at it.

Last year, it took place in Ukraine, but it has now moved to Belarus.

In Poland, it is on TV in Warsaw, but is now broadcast over the internet in the city of Gdansk.

This year, the show has been broadcast over TV in the eastern city of Kazan, but only in English.

The biggest difference between last year and this year is that in 2015, the audience in the Belarusian capital was about the same as in Russia.

But in 2016, it reached 10.5 million people.

The audiences in Belarus and Poland have been growing by about a million people a year.

In Ukraine, the audiences in Kiev and Lviv are almost the same.

The only thing that is different in this year, is that they have now moved the show from a TV channel to a live online service.

So this year they are looking to bring it to a whole new audience.

This is a good opportunity to make the competition more attractive for all the countries involved.

But this is not the only change.

The other change is that, last year, there was no contest for a number of years.

This was because there was a massive drought.

The drought is over now. But

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