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Have you pieced it together yet?
Genevieve Dwyer

3 Mar 2016 - 4:28 PM  UPDATED 3 Mar 2016 - 5:22 PM

As Australia awaits the hotly anticipated announcement of our newest Eurovision star, it seems the artist themselves have been dropping some clues on social media…


Each of the clues have captures moments of the artist’s life ahead of their performance, each giving a small – but still ambiguous – glimpse into their life


The most committed of Eurovision fans have been using the clues to do some serious sleuthing – but have they worked it out?


Here was clue number one:


It seems the silver teaspoon in the photos quickly became the focus of fan investigations…


Clue number two:


Here’s what some of the fans thought:


Clue number three:


The guesses kept on coming:

Then today, with the artist set to be revealed by former Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst, onstage at the Sydney Opera House tonight, they dropped another big hint from behind the scenes at the famous venue.

Clue number four:


Have you worked it out yet?


Post your guess in the Eurovision poll here to see how it stacks up against the other fans. Then make sure you don’t miss the live announcement by liking the SBS Australia Facebook page and RSVPing to the special event below and you'll get a reminder notification on the night.


JOIN THE FACEBOOK EVENT HERE - and don't forget to invite your friends!


The Conchita: From Vienna with Love concert is presented by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in association with the Austrian National Tourist Office and is an official Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival event. 


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