The radical change of the singer of Maneskin, winner of Eurovision 2021

Several days have passed since the Rotterdam final of Eurovision 2021 and its winners continue to give a lot to talk about. Rock group Måneskin did to Winning Italy of the contest with a song that has been highly praised. But beyond his music, he also highlighted the esthetic from the band. Therefore, it is not surprising that some images of the singer have caused a sensation, Damiano David, in which the radical change of style that you have experienced.

The photographs, published on social networks and collected by the newspaper ‘Daily Mail’, show the artist from 22 years with a totally different ‘look’ the one he is wearing today. In the images, we see a David Teen, with the short hair and with a much more discreet aesthetic.




Damiano David, from Måneskin, in a photograph as a teenager.

Damiano David, from Måneskin, in a photograph as a teenager.


Damiano David, from Måneskin, in a photograph as a teenager.

It is a very remote style that David currently looks like: long mane (although now he wears it somewhat shorter), painted eyes, tattoos and all kinds of quirky outfits that make it an authentic king of glam. An aesthetic that also wore in the final of Eurovision 2021 with the rest of the members of the band.

The rock band Måneskin, winner of Eurovision 2021. (Dean Mouhtaropoulos / Getty Images)


The rock band Måneskin, winner of Eurovision 2021. (Dean Mouhtaropoulos / Getty Images)

Damiano David did not consume drugs during the Eurovision gala

These days, the Italian has also been in the news for a much more serious issue that seems to be clarified. And it is that the snapshots have come to light after the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has confirmed that the artist did not use drugs during the Eurovision final. A controversy that David has settled by submitting to an anti-drug test after an image went viral in which lowered his head towards the table. A gesture that many misinterpreted, since he himself has assured that I was picking up a drink that had fallen to the ground.