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Lucy Ayoub was born on 21 June, 1992 in Hadar HaCarmel, is an Arab-Israeli journalist. At 28 years old, Lucy Ayoub height not available right now. We will update Lucy Ayoub's height soon as possible.

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Popular As Lucy Ayoub
Occupation Television presenter, radio presenter
Lucy Ayoub Age 30 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 21 June 1992
Birthday 21 June
Birthplace Hadar HaCarmel
Nationality Israeli

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She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Lucy Ayoub worth at the age of 30 years old? Lucy Ayoub’s income source is mostly from being a successful Television Presenter. She is from Israeli. We have estimated Lucy Ayoub's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

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Ayoub hosted the Green Room (Artists' backstage) of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Israel alongside Assi Azar, whereas Erez Tal and Bar Refaeli hosted the main event. On 28 January, Ayoub and Azar hosted the contest's semi-final allocation draw at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.


Ayoub was spokesperson for Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, which caused a media reaction due to the response of the Israeli Minister of Culture and Sport, Miri Regev, who protested against the fact that Ayoub spoke in Arabic during the live broadcast and did not mention Jerusalem at all.


As of 2017, she resides in Tel Aviv with her Jewish-Israeli boyfriend Etay Bar.


Since 2016, she studies philosophy, politics, economics, and law at Tel Aviv University.

In 2016, she became famous when she read several pieces of her poetry in the framework of the Poetry Slam Israel competition. In the same year, she joined the Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation station and started writing and submitting videos. In 2017, Ayoub began to host a weekly cultural programme on the radio station. In the same year, she began hosting the daily TV programme Culture Club on Kan 11.


Lucy Ayoub (Arabic: لوسي ايوب ‎, Hebrew: לוסי איוב ‎; born June 1992) is an Israeli television presenter, poet and radio host of the IPBC (Kan). Ayoub co-hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 alongside Assi Azar, Bar Refaeli and Erez Tal.


Ayoub was born in Haifa, Israel. She is the daughter of an Arab-Christian father, and an Ashkenazi Jewish mother who converted to Christianity upon their marriage. Ayoub has one brother and three sisters. Her paternal grandmother was the daughter of Palestinian refugees who fled to Lebanon during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, leaving her in a convent in Israel, and later was adopted by a prosperous Arab-Christian woman named Lucy Khayat. Her maternal grandparents were Holocaust survivors: her maternal grandfather had been in a Nazi concentration camp, while her maternal grandmother from Romania survived among partisans as a child. Ayoub celebrates both the Christian and Jewish holidays with different parts of her family, while personally being an atheist, saying "I’m an atheist and it means nothing to me that I was baptized [in church]". She attended a Catholic Carmelites school in Haifa. She wrote stories and poems, in both Arabic and Hebrew.