The most crazy outfits in the history of the contest "Eurovision"

• The most crazy outfits in the history of the contest "Eurovision"

Apart from the undoubted hit Waterloo, to which the cult Swedish quartet ABBA in 1974 won the "Eurovision Song Contest", only a few sound in the songs gained worldwide popularity contest. However, the crazy outfits, in which vyryazhalis participants over the years, played a cruel joke song contest.

The most crazy outfits in the history of the contest

Sequins, a hell of a wave, feathers and even a turkey (in 2008, Ireland in the competition represented the puppet character named Dustin the turkey) popped out of the clouds of dry ice on the largest stage in Europe. Ultimately, this continuous forcing kitsch and gnash their teeth embarrassment outfits won the "Eurovision" in popularity around the world.

We decided to recall some of the most crazy way in the history of the competition.

The most crazy outfits in the history of the contest

Conchita Wurst (Austria, the "Eurovision-2014" in Copenhagen)

The most crazy outfits in the history of the contest

The twins Jedward (Ireland, the "Eurovision-2011" in Düsseldorf, the "Eurovision-2012" in Baku)

The most crazy outfits in the history of the contest

InCulto (Lithuania, the "Eurovision-2010" in Oslo)

The most crazy outfits in the history of the contest

Gipsy.cz (Czech Republic, the "Eurovision-2009" in Moscow)

The most crazy outfits in the history of the contest

Scooch ( "Eurovision-2007" in Helsinki)

The most crazy outfits in the history of the contest

Eric Papilaya (Austria, the "Eurovision-2007" in Helsinki)

The most crazy outfits in the history of the contest

Verka Serduchka (Ukraine, "Eurovision-2007" in Helsinki)

The most crazy outfits in the history of the contest

Lordi (Finland, "Eurovision-2006" in Athens)

The most crazy outfits in the history of the contest

Wig Wam (Norway, "Eurovision-2005" in Kiev)

The most crazy outfits in the history of the contest

ABBA (Sweden, "Eurovision 1974" in Brighton)

Bucks Fizz (United Kingdom, "Eurovision-1981" in Dublin)