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Eurovision: The Most Memorable Outfits Of All Time

Nul points for taste.

11/05/2016 16:20

Eurovision is known as much for the, shall we say, questionable costumes as it is for the music.

With only three days to go until the 2016 grand finale, we take a look back at the outfits burned forever into our memories - from success story Abba, to... err, everyone else.

Never forget.

  • Bucks Fizz from Britain, 1981
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    Sponsored by mullets.
  • Verda Serduchka from Ukrania, 2007
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    Disco ball-meets-WW2 garrison caps. We'll be in the bunker.
  • D'Nash from Spain, 2007
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    This is 10 years too late to even be acceptable, guys.
  • Jedward from Ireland, 2011
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    Britain's only hope were lost to Ireland in the early twenty-tens.
  • Jedward again, 2012
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    Our only hope.
  • Ruslana from Ukraine, 2004
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    Ruslana: "So there's this TV show called "Xena: Warrior Princess'..."

    Costumer: "Say no more."
  • Scooch from Britain, 2007
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    Britney's Toxic costume went to Butlin's and it didn't quite come back the same person.
  • Gipsy.cz from the Czech Republic, 2009
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    They actually got nul points. Is anyone really surprised?
  • Abba from Sweden, 1974
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    Velvet, yaaas. Ruffles, yaaaaas. Chained shoulder pads, YAAAAS.
  • Eric Papilaya from Austria, 2007
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    Is this some kind of metaphor? The Austrian singer rising like a sequined phoenix out of the flaming ashes of dead dancers? WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
  • Yohanna from Iceland, 2009
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    Frozen before Frozen was even Frozen.
  • Jordan from Britain, 2005
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    Ok so technically she didn't make it through to the actual show, but Jordan - aka Katie Price's bid for Eurovision glory in a latex catsuit with sparkly corset while heavily pregnant is TV history.
  • Sakis Rouvas from Greece, 2004
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    Simon Cowell prepares his strippers for attack.
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