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It was pretty crazy at times running the door at Movida London.
Haddon said celebrity appearances were organised through contacts in concert promotion, with Movida cornering the "celebrity market" in Dubai.
HITTING THE DECKS Left and below, last year's Movida Corona champion, Charles VBV, performing his winning set
Competition organiser and former Movida World Champion, Andy Milford, says: "It is fantastic to have seen the competition grow and develop the way it has over the past decade.
Movida International stated that the security agencies of Ukraine are deliberately pressuring and the SBU is directly interfering in the business of CJSC JV Krebo, in which Movida International holds the majority share, with the purpose of illegal takeover of its business.
Andy Milford knows what it is like to scoop the Movida Corona title - he was crowned Movida Corona world champion in 2003 and is now organiser of the competition in the UK.
He said: "For me, being in the Movida Corona England final is an unexpected dream come true.
The ultimate goal for one UK winner, is the chance to battle against DJs from more than 70 countries across the world, at the Movida Corona world final in Austria in December.
Movida Corona run an annual world-wide contest to find the next Eric Morillo or Brandon Block - and Email has tickets to give away for the Scottish final.
CORONA Extra has launched its annual quest to discover the next Roger Sanchez, Erick Morillo or Brandon Block through Movida Corona, the world's largest DJ competition.
Movida, the award-winning club whose parties attract star names from Robbie Williams and Victoria Beckham to Pierce Brosnan and Ivana Trump, is recreating its interior in a luxury royal enclosure marquee.
His first big attention-getters, Labyrinth of Passion, Dark Habits (set in a convent of drug-dealing lesbian nuns), and the pan-sexual thriller Law of Desire, focus with documentarian precision on the cultural explosion in Madrid during the decade known as La Movida, a sexually freewheeling, druggy, political uprising that rocked Spain after the death of fascist dictator Francisco Franco in 1975.