Israeli Singer Netta Barzilai Dubbed the victor of Eurovision Song Contest

Israeli Singer Netta Barzilai Dubbed the victor of Eurovision Song Contest

Israeli Singer Netta Barzilai Dubbed the victor of Eurovision Song Contest

And it has also been years since I had paid any attention to to Eurovision or Israel's songs for it. Netta Barzilai, a 25-year old who electrified the Lisbon audience (the venue is the home turf of the previous year's winner), did her part in the area while others tackled the popular vote - knowing that the BDSers were lighting up social media with exhortations to vote against the Israeli act. 'We received another one yesterday evening, with Netta's suspenseful and shining victory. Eurovision Song Contest performance, life satisfaction and suicide.

This is Israel's fourth time winning the Eurovision Song Contest, now in its 63rd year. Barzilai's win - on the eve of Jerusalem Day, no less - has secured Israel as the location for Eurovision Song Contest 2019 next May, most likely in the capital city.

It had been considered impossible with the anti-Israel sentiment/policy in Europe for Israel to get enough top votes to win, no matter how good the song/performance. Thousands of people had gathered, many young girls and women wearing their hair in Netta's iconic style, in honour of the powerful message of the song Toy.

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This year's contest smashed overnight TV ratings records, and Netta fielded congratulatory phone calls from the nation's leaders, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who called her Israel's "greatest ambassador". Netanyahu payed tribute to the singer by stopping and doing a chicken dance before walking into the cabinet meeting, held in Jerusalem, and in his opening remarks he talked about Barzilai's exciting win. "Next time in Jerusalem", Barzilai said in her moment of triumph.

At the tail end of a day of deadly clashes in Gaza and the tense relocation of the US Embassy to Jerusalem, Rabin Square filled with flag-draped fans and girls sporting Barzilai's trademark Mickey Mouse buns.

On Saturday night, she won out over a sultry, hip-shaking pop star from Cyprus who wore a glittering outfit that bared her navel and flat stomach.

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"Because we are separated with so many views and political sides and all that, this contest made us one country, one people and I'm so happy for that", he said.

During her much-anticipated performance, Netta was joined by her pink-haired backing singers and dancers as they do their trademark chicken moves. "Thank you, I love my country!"

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