You better werk, graffiti Conchita!
The newspaper dispatched a journalist to the Russian embassy dressed as the Eurovision winner as a stunt to annoy conservative Russians.
…and let’s not forget Thomas Neuwirth.
Pour écouter sous la douche.
Did the UK win? Of course we didn’t don’t be silly.
Not a popular choice in Denmark.
Why did Tulisa represent Poland this year?
These guys LOVE Eurovision.
The Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Copenhagen tonight. BuzzFeed went to EuroClub, the competition’s official club night, to speak to Eurovision fans.
Don’t be bitter, glitter.
Most things. Almost all things, actually.
In case you were wondering, the Crimean public’s phone votes will still be counted under Ukraine’s total. Which might actually be good news for Russia’s Eurovision hopes.
Which song is getting streamed the most?
Tout en subtilité et bon goût.
The architect of Russia’s “homosexual propaganda” law calls for boycott of the song competition because a drag performer will represent Austria.
Those Russian grannies are on this list. Of course those Russian grannies are on this list.
Unstoppable hair, indecipherable tweets, unbelievable trainers.
Swedish pop stars get to be anime princes.
A guide to the annual WTF event that is the Eurovision Song Contest.
The best, most ridiculously WTF highlights of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. (And here’s a guide for the non-Europeans that explains what exactly Eurovision is.)
Europe’s weirdest and best singing competition is back! Just like Idol, but with drag queens.
It looks like Montenegro didn’t care at all about the contest and decided to troll it hard.
This group of older Russian women won a nation-wide contest to represent their country in Eurovision, the massive battle of the bands/American Idol-esque competition between European countries. For the following reasons, we seriously hope they win.
Come on and dance! This year, Russia’s sending the Buranovo Grannies to Eurovision with an anthem appropriately dubbed “Party For Everybody.” [Editor’s note- Watch for at least 40 seconds before passing judgement. Trust me.]