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Swiss Contestant Nemo Becomes Eurovision's First Non-Binary Winner

Swiss Contestant Nemo Becomes Eurovision's First Non-Binary Winner

Switzerland’s Nemo made history at the 68th Eurovision Song Contest, becoming the first non-binary artist to win the competition. Hosted in Malmö, Sweden, Nemo captivated the audience with their song 'The Code,' earning 591 points and securing the top spot.

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Switzerland’s Nemo made history at the 68th Eurovision Song Contest, becoming the first non-binary artist to win the competition.

Switzerland’s Nemo made history at the 68th Eurovision Song Contest, becoming the first non-binary artist to win the competition.

Hosted in Malmö, Sweden, Nemo captivated the audience with their song "The Code," earning 591 points and securing the top spot.

Hosted in Malmö, Sweden, Nemo captivated the audience with their song "The Code," earning 591 points and securing the top spot.

Croatia and Ukraine followed in second and third places with 547 and 453 points.

Croatia and Ukraine followed in second and third places with 547 and 453 points.

Nemo's performance, which tells the story of their gender identity journey, was hailed as a victory for diversity and the LGBTQ+ community.

Nemo's performance, which tells the story of their gender identity journey, was hailed as a victory for diversity and the LGBTQ+ community.
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