Eurovision 2018: Netta wins for Israel with Toy

Ruben Ruiz
May 13, 2018

Barzilai's winning Eurovision Song Contest entry Toy has been criticised by numerous users on social media, with people claiming that the performance appropriated Asian culture.

She and the Cyprus entry were two of the favourites, while the Czech Republic, who were also tipped to do well, didn't really threaten.

Israel may be the overall victor but just like every single Eurovision, there's so much to decipher.

Netta was listed as the victor of the bookmakers at the very beginning of the song contest.

Eleni Foreira from Cyprus is on the 2d place and the 3 place was taken by Cesár Sampson who represented Austria.

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The victor of "Eurovision-2018" Netta Barzilai during a press conference noted that their participation in the competition it compares to battle with itself.

The average rating of the Eurovision Song Contest was 35% of Jewish households in Israel, and 1.05 million viewers from among the population as a whole.

By the way, that Israel was expected to win the bookmakers at Eurovision.

The representative of Russia Yulia Samoylova, unfortunately, are unable to pass in the final stage of the competition.

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