Australian Singer Guy Sebastian performs during a dress rehearsal for the upcoming 60th annual Eurovision Song Contest In Vienna, May 20.
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The world's most famous kitsch pop competition, the Eurovision Song Contest, will be held in Vienna Saturday and for the first time include wildcard Australia.Among the acts eliminated in Tuesday's first semifinal was Finnish punk band PKN – four middle-aged rockers with Down's syndrome and autism, who performed Eurovision's shortest-ever song at just 84 seconds.Generally the nation that wins the competition gets to host it the following year.Memorable contestants down the years have included Irish puppet Dustin the Turkey in 2008, transgender Israeli diva Dana International in 1998, German pop band Dschinghis Khan in 1979 and six Russian grannies in 2012 .
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