Conchita Wurst after the changes. See what it looks like today!

Recall that Conchita Wurst gained fame in 2014 after winning Eurovision Song Contest with the track “Rise Like a Phoenix” (listen!).

The Austrian performs under this stage name Thomas Neuwirth – although he is a man and that is what he calls himself in private situations, as an artist he describes himself as a woman.

From the moment of victory at Eurovision, the singer was faithful to the image of a drag queen. Finally, in 2017, he decided to “kill” Conchita Wurst, although then he quickly changed his mind, and the character of Conchita was reborn like a phoenix from the ashes.

In recent years, Neuwirth began to experiment with the appearance of the heroine he created.

In October 2019, only as Wurst released a new album “Truth Over Magnitude”. The album was promoted by the singles “Trash All the Glam” (check!), “Hit Me” (see the clip!), “See Me Now” (check!) and “To the Beat” (listen!).

Since 2019, he has been assessing the participants of the TV show “Queen of Drags” – sits on the jury together with the model Heidi Klum and her brother-in-law, singer Bill Kaulitz from Group Tokio Hotel.

A year later, he recalled himself to the general public with a cameo role in the Netflix movie “Eurovision Song Contest: History of Fire Saga”.

The songs “Lovemachine” (z Lou Asril), “Malebu” and “Bodymorphia”.

Wurst also showed a preview of the “La Falena” project on social media. This is the star’s idea when, due to the restrictions related to the coronavirus, it was not possible to perform in front of the audience. She invited Austrian photographers, artists and make-up specialists to cooperate.

In the latest photo we can see the current image of Conchita Wurst – a characteristic dark beard and half-long black hair. The singer added the hashtag #unstoppables (this is a reference to the title of the song “You Are Unstoppable” from the album “Conchita” from 2015 – this is also how Wurst calls her fans).


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