Jamala sells Eurovision dresses to help homeless dogs of Kyiv – media
Eurovision 2016 winner Jamala is on a mission to help the thousands of homeless animals that live at the Sirius animal shelter in Kyiv. To do this, she is selling the outfits that she wore at the 2017 contest held in the Ukrainian capital earlier this year, EuroVisionary reported.
The announcement was made on her official Facebook page: "I want to help pay the asylum debt and survive the winter of more than 2,600 animals, so I decided to put my clothes on sale. For me, these are iconic dresses! I think you remember yourself, I played at Eurovision in them, I wore on the opening ceremony," according to EuroVisionary.
Read alsoPoroshenko thanks Eurovision 2017 organizers, hostsThere are six dresses for sale, priced between $1,000 – $6,000 and can be purchased through the contact number at the bottom of each picture within her gallery. Included in the sale is the dress worn by Jamala during her interval performance when she was stage bombed by a prankster flashing his bare butt.