The Grand Final of the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest took place Saturday in Liverpool, United Kingdom.
Twenty-six countries competed in the finals, including France, Switzerland, and Australia.
Here's what each country's contestants wore to the Grand Final.
The 2023 Eurovision Song Contest has a winner.
On Saturday, Loreen, a singer-songwriter from Sweden, was crowned champion for the second time after beating 26 other countries to win the annual international music competition. In addition to bold song choices and performances, contestants blazed the stage in eye-catching ensembles.
Here's a round-up of what each finalist wore to the Grand Final.
Loreen of Sweden
Loreen performed onstage in a beige bodysuit with a triangle cutout along the abdomen. The singer wore a bodysuit with sheer sleeves, tights, and appeared to sport matching knee pads.
Teya & Salena of Austria
The Austrian duo wore coordinating ensembles, with Teya wearing a black leather jacket, matching pants, and a bright red tank top. Salena wore a similar white jacket and matching pants and an identical red top.
Both wore red fingerless gloves to complete the look.
Mimicat of Portugal
Mimicat arrived onstage in a feathery red halter dress that featured a gold choker and completed the look with matching strappy heels.
The gold halter embellishments complimented her earrings and rings.
Remo Forrer of Switzerland
The Swiss singer donned a suit jacket mainly made of sheer fabric along the arms, abdomen, and waist. Forrer paired the jacket with a pair of dark pants and boots.
Blanka of Poland
Blanka began her performance in a loose orange and purple halter dress that was cinched at the waist but later changed her costume to reveal a bedazzled halter minidress in the same colors.
The outfit's standout feature was a singular bedazzled sleeve.
Luke Black of Serbia
Black kept his outfit simple with a white button-up blouse that had thin black ribbons along the front. The Serbian singer paired the blouse with black trousers with a pop of color along the front and black boots.
La Zarra of France
La Zarra performed in a sparkling black floor-length gown designed in a mermaid silhouette. The gown included exaggerated shoulder pads and a matching headpiece completed the ensemble.
Andrew Lambrou of Cyprus
Lambrou wore a black monochromatic outfit comprised of an oversized waistcoat and slacks. The singer forwent shoes and performed barefoot.
Blanca Paloma of Spain
Blanca Paloma sang onstage wearing a bright red one-shoulder top with white pants and neutral-toned platform boots. Additionally, Paloma wore a black band fastened along her left arm.
Albina & Familja Kelmendi of Albania
Albina & Familja Kelmendi, made from two generations of Albanians, wore coordinating outfits at the Eurovision Grand Final. Although each member wore black, they included personal touches to differentiate themselves on stage.
The two men wore subtly decorated black tops and pants, while the women wore different black dresses.
Marco Mengoni of Italy
Mengoni added flair to his outfit while he belted on stage during the Grand Final. His ensemble included a silver tank top that dazzled under the stage lights. He paired the top with black leather pants and black shoes.
Alika of Estonia
On Saturday, the Estonian singer performed in a light blue jumpsuit with cutouts along the hips and a train in the back. The sleeves featured buckles near the wrist and along her waistline.
Käärijä of Finland
Käärijä wore one of the more daring outfits at this year's Eurovision Song Contest by arriving in neon green puffer sleeves with spikes along the collar and sleeve cuff.
The spiked collar matched Käärijä's pants, which had fake spikes along each thigh. His backup dancers wore neon pink outfits which made his ensemble pop.
Vesna of Czechia
The all-women folk band wore matching light pink ensembles, with each top featuring unique designs to differentiate between the members.
Each member also wore a floor-length braid to drive the performance's aesthetic home.
Voyager of Australia
Voyager, a popular synth metal rock band from Perth, took ninth place in the competition, according to The Guardian, and wore matching outfits that included shiny embellishments over their pants, tops, and jackets.
Gustaph of Belgium
The singer-songwriter wore a large white hat, along with a matching jacket. He accentuated his silhouette with pants that included exaggerated pink paneling and topped it with white shoes.
Brunette of Armenia
The singer wore a nude-colored dress with extensive stitching that featured small cutouts on the sides. She paired the look with matching platform boots.
Pasha Parfeni of Moldova
Parfeni returned to the Eurovision stage after placing 11th in the contest in 2012, according to the Manchester Evening News.
His ensemble featured gold accents and his background singers complemented his look with detailed ornaments along their arms.
Tvorchi of Ukraine
The electronic music duo wore bold looks that complemented each other.
Producer Andrii Hutsuliak wore a silver lame coat with black pants and a black shirt with intricate detailing. Vocalist Jimoh Augustus Kehinde paired down his look but wore gold embellishments over his long sleeves.
Alessandra of Norway
The singer wore a forest green bodysuit that included intricate gold paneling in the center and along the shoulders. She completed the look with gold bangles and black boots.
Lord of the Lost of Germany
The heavy metal band coordinated their ensembles, which featured bright red latex and corset paneling.
Lead singer Chris Harms wore a one-legged bodysuit with a shoulder plate resembling flames.
Monika Linkytė of Lithuania
The Lithuanian singer strutted onstage in an orange dress cinched at the waist and matching platform heels.
Noa Kirel of Israel
The Israeli performer changed costumes during her Eurovision performance.
She began with a black and white cropped top with sheer sleeves and dark baggy pants. Later, she removed her pants to reveal black and white bikini bottom paired with tights and black boots.
Joker Out of Slovenia
For Slovenia's performance, the five Joker Out members wore comfortable clothes that gave a vintage aesthetic. The group sported colorful pants – including one pink pair – and patterned tops.
Let 3 of Croatia
Let 3 let loose with their style at this year's Eurovision. The group, comprised of six members, wore white tank tops adorned with a boy's barred face on the front.
They paired the tank tops with shorts, knee-high socks, and matching hats. The frontman's outfit was draped underneath a pink trench coat.
Mae Muller of the United Kingdom
Mae Muller, who placed 25th overall in the competition, wore a black bodysuit made of a sheer corset top and matching black slacks. She paired the bodysuit with a cropped black suit jacket.
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