Macedonian representative Martin Vucic has won the 2005 Barbara Dex Award, the award for the worst dressed artist at this year's Eurovision Song Contest, presented by The House of Eurovision. Martin Vucic wore a simple blue jeans and shirt and a two sizes two large jacket.
241 people have cast their vote on eurovisionhouse.nl. Martin Vucic defeated the Icelandic representative Selma, who came second. 2B from Portugal, the Norwegian rockers Wig Wam and Belarusian diva Angelica Agurbash completed the top five.
The winners of the Barbara Dex Award so far:
1997 – Debbie Scerri (Malta)
1998 – Guildo Horn (Germany)
1999 – Lydia (Spain)
2000 – Nathalie Sorce (Belgium)
2001 – Piasek (Poland)
2002 – Michalis Rakintzis (Greece)
2003 – t.A.T.u. (Russia)
2004 – Sanda Ladosi (Romania)
2005 – Martin Vucic (FYR Macedonia)
The Barbara Dex Award is the annual award for the worst-dressed artist at the Eurovision Song Contest, named after Belgium's 1993 representative Barbara Dex. Since 1999, the visitors of The House of Eurovision, have been able to vote for it. The winners in 1997 and 1998 have been named by the makers of the website.