Eurovision 2015: Relive the 60th Eurovision song contest with the best (and worst) of the Web
EUROVISION - Vienna is the august capital of classical music, but this Saturday night, the waltz and the violins were replaced Eurovision kitsch and glitter.

Austria hosted this Saturday the 60th Eurovision Song Contest, worship and eclectic event that brings together 200 million viewers (you were far from alone in front of your television). 27 candidates have performed on stage at the Stadthalle.

Lisa Angell wowed the audience with "Remember" but singing in French and passing second, the French failed to collect over four poins. It was finally the Swedes Mans Zelmerlowe, who succeeded Conchita Wurst, followed by Polina Gagarina for Russia and Italian tenors Il Volo.


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