Eurovision 2016: The seven most bizarre moments in the show's history

From Finnish demons to Russian babushki, Eurovision never fails to disappoint

 

Charlie Atkin
Friday 13 May 2016 16:37
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7 most bizarre moments in Eurovision history

The Eurovision Song Contest has arrived again and anticipation over which act will steal the show is rising.

Seemingly every year without fail one country's entrant stands out amongst the rest of what the continent (and Australia) has to offer.

Its history therefore features acts that specialise in the jaw dropping to the downright terrifying.

Ahead of this year's event, we've compiled the seven most bizarre moments in the video above.

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