Shiri Maymon, who represented Israel in the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest with Hasheket Shenish'ar, received a gold album last night, for her debut album. Her 2005 Eurovision Song Contest entry was also declared today as the most airplayed Hebrew song of the year.
Shiri Maymon was awarded last night with a gold album for her debut album, which carries her own name, after selling 20,000 copies of it in Israel. The album includes the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest entry, which came 4th in the final in Kyiv. These awards join previous ones Shiri Maymon also won recently.The song Hasheket Shenish'ar was also declared today as the most airplayed Hebrew song of the year, based on broadcasting figures from leading radio stations in Israel and the Israeli Music Channel on Israeli television.
When Shiri was asked during the event last night whether she would try her luck in the Eurovision Song Contest once again she replied :”Of course!”.
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