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Netta Barzilai

Israeli Musician and Singer

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Netta Barzilai: Israeli Musician and Singer
Netta Barzilai, also known mononymously as Netta, is an Israeli singer, recording artist and looping artist who won the fifth season of HaKokhav HaBa. This earned her the right to represent her country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. On 12 May 2018, she won the contest, held in Lisbon, Portugal, with her song "Toy", marking Israel's fourth win in the Eurovision Song Contest.

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The Netherlands wins Eurovision Song Contest 2019

the netherlands wins eurovision song contest 2019
Your winner, everyone (Picture: AP) The Netherlands has won the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. Duncan Laurence and his song Arcade beat 25 other nations to be named 2019 champion, taking over the reigns..
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Eurovision 2019: At home with Netta, Israel's winner from 2018

eurovision 2019: at home with netta, israel's winner from 2018
Netta, who won for Israel, reflects on the pressures to succeed since the music competition.
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Eurovision fans gather, boycott calls continue [Video]Eurovision fans gather, boycott calls continue

Tourists and concert-goers gather in Tel Aviv ahead of the final of the Eurovision song contest on Saturday. But Palestinian calls for boycotts continue. Mia Womersley reports

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:34Published

Israel counters Eurovision boycott with Google ads [Video]Israel counters Eurovision boycott with Google ads

Israel has launched a PR campaign to counter calls for a boycott of the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest final in Tel Aviv, using Google ads which refer to the boycott but lead to a glossy website..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:37Published

 
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