“Coming out is better than being outed by someone else.”
Eurovision 2014 winner Conchita Wurst will make the announcement during a special performance with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
It was the best of times, it was the Conchita Wurst of times. Everyone’s favourite bearded female winner of Eurovision (take THAT, no-one else) is en route to Australia, set to launch her album from our fair shores and sneak in a red carpet appearance at our most esteemed night of nights, the 2015 Logie
Ecclesiastes metal outfit Ghost are reportedly set to replace current frontman Papa Emeritus II, with one of the band’s Nameless Ghouls claiming the “asshole” singer has not been working out and that the band are considering a collaboration with Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst. The band’s original lead singer — Papa Emeritus — was replaced by
Though Conchita Wurst‘s domination of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest came as good news to many in her home country of Austria and across Western Europe, the east was less enthusiastic, including Russian officials who asked the culture ministry to ban the singer from touring Russia. The 25-year-old Austrian drag performer, whose off-stage name is
In a year filled with notable entries — some sublime, some ridiculous, which according to BuzzFeed are most often sent by countries unable to afford a win — the winner of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest has finally been announced as Austria’s Conchita Wurst with her song Rise Like a Phoenix. Wurst made headlines as