1. Nemo Makes Swiss History at Eurovision

Nemo, a Swiss singer, wins the 68th Eurovision Song Contest with "The Code," a pop-rap ode to accepting a nongender identity.

2. Global Victory Amid Gaza War Protests

Nemo's win comes amidst protests over the Gaza War, highlighting the singer's triumph in a challenging environment.

3. First Nonbinary Champion

Nemo becomes the first nonbinary Eurovision champion, a significant moment celebrated by the LGBT community.  

4. Swiss Success After 1988

Nemo's victory marks Switzerland's first win since 1988, when Celine Dion competed for the country.  

5. Nemo's Message of Peace and Acceptance

Nemo hopes Eurovision continues to stand for peace and dignity for all, emphasizing the need for compassion and understanding.  

6. Competing Against 24 Nation

Nemo competed against 24 other nations with performances combining various musical genres, including rap, techno, disco, and rock.

7. A Chaotic Competition

The Eurovision event was marked by protests and controversies, including the expulsion of Dutch contender Joost Klein for a backstage fight.  

8. A Momentous Win

Nemo's victory is celebrated as a historic moment in Eurovision history, showcasing the singer's talent and message of inclusivity.