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TIX wins Barbara Dex Award

Norwegian contestant TIX has won the Barbara Dex Award. The award is reached out by our friends of songfestival.be. It  is a prize for the contestant with the most remarkable clothes in the Eurovision Song Contest.

This year, the fake furr coat with huge wings TIX was wearing, gets the award. Here is the entire top-5:

1.Norway (TIX)
2.Romania (Roxen)
3.Croatia (Albina)
4.United Kingdom (James Newman)
5.Israel (Eden Alene)

photo credits: EBU

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