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Eurovision's best moments from Katie Price's pink leotard cringefest to a landmark lesbian kiss

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From singing grannies to hard rock monsters and drag queens, the Eurovision Song Contest has it all. With its sequins, sparkle and unreliable performers, it's less a singing contest and more a patriotic spectacle in gold lamé and Lycra.

What started out as a talent competition of just seven European nations in Lugano, Switzerland back in 1956, has now evolved into a televised behemoth that is bigger than Europe, attracting contestants from countries far flung as Australia and global superstars as big as Justin Timberlake and Madonna.

Part of Eurovision's appeal is its addictive cocktail of campiness, song and spectacle, the approach to which is best summarised by the late, great Terry Wogan's advice to his BBC Eurovision commentator.

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