BERLIN (AP) — Bearded diva Conchita Wurst says she's HIV-positive and has been living with the virus for many years.The Austrian drag queen, who won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2014, said on.. New Zealand Herald - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times
Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst has revealed she has been receiving regular treatment for HIV for several years. The Austrian singer said she was forced to share her diagnosis after being blackmailed.. Deutsche Welle - Published
Brace yourself! One of the greatest entertainment events of the year is headed your way on Saturday: The 2017 Eurovision Song Contest.
The world’s largest non-sporting television event, the.. Huffington Post - Published
Conchita Wurst has undergone a big image transformation [Getty] Conchita Wurst rose to international fame after winning the Eurovision Song contest. Singing Rise Like A Phoenix, she stormed to the.. OK! - Published
This Saturday, our screens will once again be graced with the Eurovision Song Contest, a celebration of talent, diversity, gaiety, passion, creativity, innovation and individualism.
But beyond the.. City A.M. - Published
Russian politicians have never before expressed so much indignation about the result of the Eurovision song contest- or at least they haven't since 2014, which ended in victory of Austria's bearded.. Moscow Times - Published
In Stockholm, the exhibition "Good Evening Europe" showcases outfits worn by Eurovision Song Contest winners, from ABBA to Conchita Wurst; from glitzy to downright scary. Rediscover the the most famous.. Deutsche Welle - Published
It's official: Dami Im is Australia's choice to represent the country at the Eurovision Song Contest, set to take the stage in Stockholm, Sweden, when the competition kicks off in May this year.
The.. Mashable - Published
Facebook is showing its rainbow colours by allowing Australians to display their support for the LGBT community's fight for equality.
On Tuesday, Facebook announced users could have their say on.. Mashable - Published
In the lead-up to Sydney's Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras this Saturday, 2014 Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst has taken aim at Australia's issues with LGBT rights.
Wurst, from Austria, has hit out at.. Mashable - Published