Eurovision

It'll Be All White on the Night

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In this light-hearted look at the song contest, we can see that since the beginning of Eurovision, the outfit color most often worn by the winning act was white. Far less likely to bag the trophy are apparently those donning red or pink. When in doubt, going for all of the colors is probably the best bet - multi-colored outfits have been triumphant a total of seven times so far.



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