Not everyone is thrilled at Conchita Wurst's triumph at Eurovision on Saturday night.
Russian ultranationalist MP Vladimir Zhirnovsky, whose charm offensive includes ordering aides to rape a heavily-pregnant reporter who asked a question he didn't like, called the result "the end of Europe," telling Russian television: "There is no limit to our outrage.
"It has turned wild. There are no more men or women in Europe, just 'it'.
"Fifty years ago the Soviet army occupied Austria. We made a mistake in freeing Austria. We should have stayed."
After her win - Austria's first since 1966 - Conchita said: "This award is dedicated to everybody who believes in a world of peace and freedom. You know who you are - we are unity and we are unstoppable."
This did not resonate with Russia's deputy prime minister Dimitry Rogozin, who took to Twitter to give his own thoughts.
"Eurovision" showed European integrators their Euro-prospect - a bearded girl pic.twitter.com/QHOvq1D1I1— Dmitry Rogozin (@DRogozin) May 11, 2014
Russian voters in the competition appeared less upset by Conchita - the country awarded five points to the Austrian.
Russia's entry placed seventh in the competition overall. The audience in Copenhagen booed loudly each time Russia was awarded points and when it was the country's turn to cast votes.
The UK's Molly came a disappointing 17th, despite some people feeling this was Britain's year.
She thanked her fans, tweeting: "“Massive congratulations to Austria. What a brilliant night! Thanks for all the support... Now time to party!! Love you all. Xx."