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FILE - In this Oct. 22, 2005 file photo Israel's Dana International, who won the Eurovision song contest 1998, performs during the 50th anniversary of the Eurovision contest in Copenhagen, Denmark. Israel's transgender pop diva, Dana International, is heading back to the Eurovision to try to recapture the top prize she won 13 years ago. The flamboyant singer, known as Yaron Cohen before a sex change operation nearly two decades ago, was selected Tuesday March 8, 2011 to represent Israel with the Hebrew-English song "Ding Dong." (AP Photo/John McConnico)
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FILE - In this Oct. 22, 2005 file photo Israel's Dana International, who won the Eurovision song contest 1998, performs during the 50th anniversary of the Eurovision contest in Copenhagen, Denmark. Israel's transgender pop diva, Dana International, is heading back to the Eurovision to try to recapture the top prize she won 13 years ago. The flamboyant singer, known as Yaron Cohen before a sex change operation nearly two decades ago, was selected Tuesday March 8, 2011 to represent Israel with the Hebrew-English song "Ding Dong." (AP Photo/John McConnico)

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