Note: Denmark, France, Germany, Italy; Spain and the UK are not included in this ranking, as they qualified prior to the semi-finals.
20. Hungary, András Kállay-Saunders.
A plain black t-shirt and jeans? For Eurovision? Shame on you, András.
19. Malta, Firelight.
Jazzy instrument, not so jazzy outfit.
18. Norway, Carl Epsen.
17. Iceland, Pollapönk.
Don’t get us wrong, these are fantastic suits. They’re just not glittery enough.
16. Belarus, Teo.
Strong quantity of beard. Weak quantity of glitter.
15. San Marino, Valentine Monetta.
WHERE IS THE GLITTER? WHERE? WHERE? WHERE?
14. Greece, Freaky Fortune feat. Riskykidd.
It looks nice. It just doesn’t sparkle.
13. The Netherlands, The Common Linnets.
I see a glittery band on a hat in the background. That counts, right?
12. Azerbaijan, Dilara Kazimova.
I spy, with my little eye, a little bit of glitter on the top of this dress when the light hits it right. That’ll do.
11. Ukraine, Mariya Yaremchuk.
Such a Nicole Scherzinger lookalike! Passable levels of glitter.
10. Montenegro, Sergej Cetkovic.
Despite wearing no glitter, Sergej redeems himself by incorporating a glitzy dancer into his routine.
9. Switzerland, Sebalter.
8. Russia, Tolmachevy Twins.
Two girl in matching outfits holding a glittery stick. SO GOOD.
7. Poland, Donatan & Cleo.
Glittery and traditional. Just excellent.
6. Armenia, Aram MP3.
A glittery strip down the centre of a long coat. So sophisticated. So glam. So Eurovision.
5. Sweden, Sanne Nielsen.
A low-cut dress with sheer sleeves and a glittery section on the chest? Incredible work.
4. Finland, Softengine.
3. Slovenia, Tinkara Kovač.
A fully excellent dress.
2. Romania, Paula and Ovi.
One out of two of these people is wearing glitter. And that’s great.
1. Austria, Conchita Wurst.
Extraordinary levels of glitter.