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The name comes from Ireland & it is pronounced OW-AN.The language is Gaelic (the native language of Ireland) and the name is old Irish form of John."Eo" is pronounced 'o' in Irish and 'gh' is often silent & hence the sound. Think of the comedian ' Jimeoin', the 'eoin' part at the end of his name is another Irish spelling of Eoghan.They have insisted they are just good friends – despite all evidence to the contrary. ‘Look, it is a £1million commitment to the winner,’ he said.But X Factor stars Eoghan Quigg and Diana Vickers’ cover appeared to have been blown after Simon Cowell revealed they are just ‘two kids in love’. ‘The winner gets £150,000 in prize money, but £3-500,000 is spent on recording the single and album, £200,000 is spent on the video, £250,000 on advertising and then £150,000 on actually marketing the act.’ The press conference was also attended fellow judges Dannii Minogue, Cheryl Coleand Louis Walsh, to discuss next year’s line-up. Judges Louis Walsh and Dannii Minogue put their disagreements behind them as they chat at the conference When asked if Minogue – whose future on the show has been questioned – would return, Cowell said: ‘I would be surprised if the current line-up changed.Potete fare l'iscrizione, fare una ricerca, inviare e ricevere la posta completamente gratis, noi non abbiamo i servizi a pagamento. Gaelic/celtic - the only person I know is pronounced as Owen (I'm Scottish).Although the pair have denied claims that there is anything between them, they have proved inseparable throughout the series. 'But then I didn’t expect Sharon Osbourne to go last year either.' Minogue’s future on the show has been questioned as she is the only mentor with no acts in the final, with insiders admitting that she has been pushed aside by Cole’s success.
In total the back line shows four changes from the side that lined out against Kerry last Sunday.Declan was the first manager to bring that in and underage and that’s helped.It’s been massive.”A son of John Ban Gallagher, an All-Ireland winner at U21 level in 1987 with Donegal, Eoghan played for Donegal in the 2016 Dr Mc Kenna Cup and made his first League appearance in a tempestuous encounter away to Kerry last March.Killyclogher’s Dermot Carlin is also back from injury and set to take his seasonal bow in the half-back line, while Trillick’s Matthew Donnelly is selected at centre-half back, and Conor Gormley is also drafted in on the Tyrone ‘40’.Among those making way are Ronan Mc Namee, Aidan Mc Crory and Ryan Mc Kenna, as well as Justin Mc Mahon who is omitted from the panel entirely due to an ongoing Quad muscle injury.