Eurovision: Switzerland Wins the Most Divisive Song Contest In Competition’s 68-Year History
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Eurovision: Switzerland Wins the Most Divisive Song Contest In Competition’s 68-Year History

Swiss performer Nemo has won the 68th Eurovision Song Contest, beating Croatian artist Baby Lasagna, who finished second, in what was perhaps the most divisive competition in its history. The nonbinary singer, representing Switzerland, won with their track “The Code” collecting 591 points from a combination of music industry juries in each participating country and [……
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