Posted by on May 9, 2024 8:00 pm
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Between sweaty, locker room-set performances and disruptive Grindr “bloops,” the 2024 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest is already shaping up to be an especially gay one—but when is it not?

Since it began in 1956, Eurovision has brought together artists representing countries across the European Union (and beyond) in a tournament-style competition that typically favors pop bombast, melodrama, spectacle, and more than a little kitsch.

Naturally, these factors have long made it an annual must-see event for gay audiences across the globe, but especially in recent years, the contest has seen a number of LGBTQ+ take the stage, too. And, sometimes, they even take the top prize!

The victor of last year’s tournament and 2012’s, the


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