Voting for Eurovision 2015's Barbara Dex Award begins!
Every year, a Eurovision contestant is honoured with the Barbara Dex Award for the worst dressed of the year.
This year is no different, and the voting has now opened to find out who perhaps should have hired a different stylist.
Who is Barbara Dex?
Barbara Dex took to the Eurovision stage in Millstreet back in 1993. She finished in last place for Belgium with her song “Lemand als jij”, however, it’s not her song that stays in the memories of Eurovision fans, but her outfit.
Barbara’s homemade greenish-yellow dress earned her the honour of having the award for each year’s worst dressed contestant named after her.
The contestants of this year
Each of the participating Eurovision artists from 40 different countries are eligible for the award. If you need a reminder, check out our gallery from the dress rehearsals below.
Could it be Eduard who lost his shirt? The vest and jean combo from Finland? The British light-up outfits? The baggy piece that Trijntje chose over the extreme neckline?
Cast your vote now!
Voting for the 2015 Barbara Dex Award has now begun. To vote for your worst dressed contestant of Eurovision 2015, click here.
The winner will be revealed on June 7. Last year, the Barbera Dex award was given to Vilija Matačiūnaitė from Lithuania.
2014: Vilija Matačiūnaité – Attention – Lithuania
2013: Moje 3 – Ljubav je svuda – Serbia
2012: Rona Nishliu – Suus – Albania
2011: Eldrine – One more day – Georgia
2010: Milan Stankovic – Ovo je Balkan – Serbia
2009: Zoli Adok – Dance with me – Hungary
2008: Gisela – Casanova – Andorra
2007: Verka Serduchka – Dancing lasha tumbai – Ukraine
2006: Nonstop – Coisas de nada – Portugal
2005: Martin Vucic – Make my day – Macedonia
2004: Sanda Ladosi – I admit – Romania
2003: t.A.T.u. – Ne ver’, ne boisja – Russia
2002: Michalis Rakintzis – S.A.G.A.P.O. – Greece
2001: Piasek – 2 long – Poland
2000: Nathalie Sorce – Envie de vivre – Belgium
1999: Lydia – No quiero escuchar – Spain
1998: Guildo Horn – Guildo hat euch lieb – Germany
1997: Debbie Scerri – Let me fly – Malta