Renowned for its wackiness and unique performances, the Eurovision Song Contest is a show that gets Europe - and Australia - talking. Now, online gaming site MobileSlots.com have asked participants to name what they can recall always happening when they watch the annual event.
Poking fun at the performances, presenters and the UK's outrageous host Graham Norton, the list also takes into account the tactical voting from some countries with Greece and Cyprus as one of many who famously club together for the contest.
You can check the full list of 50 things out below.
- Laughing at anyone who gets nil point
- Dramatic key change during the final chorus of a song
- Costume change half way through a song
- The presenters make an inappropriate joke
- Graham Norton is slightly tipsy
- Someone mispronounces Azerbaijan or Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Someone mentions how Sweden has won 14 times or ABBA
- One performance will be monumentally booed and not for any apparent reason
- Skimpy outfits
- Smoke machine
- Wind machine
- The winner cries during final song performance
- Awkwardness backstage in the Green Room
- Lots of heart shaped hand gestures
- Someone will use an instrument you have never seen in your life
- People dressed in metallics
- Fiercely Googling someone you vaguely recognise from an old soap
- Air grabs during powerful ballads
- Sweep stake a work
- You forget how long it actually is
- The score presenter for UK is trying not to laugh
- Cyprus gives Greece 12 points
- Greece gives Cyprus 12 points
- A one hit wonder uses the opportunity for a comeback and fails
- There's at least one song that leaves the stadium in stunned silence, and not in a good way
- Political voting for Russia
- Sequins, so many sequins
- A sea of flags
- An painful time delay with commentators
- Terrible falsetto
- Matching outfits
- A boy band sitting on stools
- Token novelty old person act
- Wardrobe malfunction
- Lyrics poorly translated into English
- Someone fluffs a dance routine
- Strobe lighting
- The hosts flirt a little
- The score presenters from other countries enjoy their fifteen minutes of fame a little too much
- An entry proudly wears their country's traditional costume
- Flame throwers
- Dodgy wigs
- A song uses languages interchangeably
- Wordless lyrics - like when chorus consists entirely of la, la la's
- Songs have 'Love' in the title
- Bare feet and bare torsos
- A song has a random theme no one really understands
A spokesperson from Mobileslots.com said: "As a nation, we always get involved in the Eurovision hype, but we never take it seriously.
"It's been great to reminisce about all the previous entries as some of them truly are hilarious.
"It's all in good humour to poke fun of the political voting and bizarre performances because that's what Eurovision is all about."
The Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final takes place tonight and can be watched on BBC One from 8pm.