Italy won this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, in a tightly fought race which saw several countries including France and Switzerland briefly take the lead as the scores were read out.
The UK’s James Newman came last with nil points, but he managed to smile throughout.
image captionItaly’s Damiano David of Måneskin won with their song Zitti e buoni, which means Shut Up And Be Quiet
image captionMåneskin’s Thomas Raggi, Damiano David, Victoria De Angelis and Ethan Torchio looked delighted with their win
image captionJames Newman graciously reacted with smiles when the UK came bottom with nil points
image captionSenhit Zadik Zadik of San Marino performed with rapper Flo Rida
image captionJeangu Macrooy of the Netherlands performed for the host country, coming 23rd out of 26 entrants
image captionNorway’s entry TIX took his name from the tics he has due to his Tourette’s Syndrome
image captionUkraine’s entry Kateryna Pavlenko and electro-folk band Go_A got a lot of attention, both for her vocals and her striking outfit
image captionLithuania’s Mantas Banišauskas (L) and Vaidotas Valiukevičius (R) cut some shapes during their performance
image captionGerman’s entry Jendrick came second to last with three points for I Don’t Feel Hate, just ahead of the UK
image captionDestiny Chukunyere performed for Malta
image captionIceland had to submit a pre-recorded entry after a band member tested positive for coronavirus
image captionRussia’s entry used plenty of pyrotechnics for its entry