Hello, Copenhagen! The grand final 2014 Eurovision Song Contest is finally upon us, and wherever you are in the world, we hope you've picked a country to support and a comfortable place to sit. For Americans, uninitiated or otherwise, you've hopefully found a bar to watch it in. Join us as 26 countries belt their hearts out for the top spot, and chance to host next year's competition. The European Broadcasting Union have announced tonight's all-important running order, starting with Ukraine and spanning across the continent, ending with Slovenia. After the dazzling performances (view the livestream here), watch closely for the political voting that is bound to happen; spare a thought for the nul points nations; and see if our winner's predictions came true. Here's a recap of all of the 2014 songs.
6:40 p.m. There you have it. It was all over much too quickly. Conchita was always going to win it, wasn't she? Here are the final scores; surprisingly France was two points away from getting nul points. The U.K. was beaten by 'Cheesecake.' Until next year in Austria, bye for now!
6:30 p.m. The crowd goes wild while Conchita goes to change for her winning performance. Taking the microphone trophy, she said, "This night is dedicated to anyone who believes in a future of peace and freedom. You know who you are."
6:25 p.m. AUSTRIA WINS! CONCHITA IS QUEEN OF EUROPE! The voting isn't over, but it's no longer possible for any other country to catch up. Now the rather pointless task of collecting the rest of the votes.
6:23 p.m. Kiev calling and Ukraine give eight points to Austria, ten points go to Armenia, and twelve points go to Sweden.