It was a night of nostalgia at London's Apollo venue in Hammersmith, when Eurovision legends came calling last night to celebrate the unique event's 60th year.
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Last year's winner Conchita Wurst joined forces with that other great dame of the stage, Dana International (winner 1998, Birmingham), for the show's finale - an unforgettable rendition of 'Waterloo', the song that brought Abba to the world in 1974.
Other guests included Loreen, triple winner Johnny Logan, Rosa Lopez and those fine men of Finland, Lordi. Also on stage were 1994 interval show-stealers Riverdance.
The night comprised a special concert compromising some of the best songs from the history of the competition, in a show to be broadcast across Europe and in Australia. The evening was co-hosted by our own Graham Norton and the contest's 2013 host, Swedish Petra Mede.
The concert will be broadcast on BBC One at 9pm, this Friday 3 April. More pictures below...