Sweden's Mans Zelmerlow had been the bookmakers' favourite
Swedish singer Mans Zelmerlow has triumphed at this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna, beating Russia's Polina Gagarina.
Zelmerlow won with his upbeat pop track Heroes, which was accompanied by innovative animated visuals.
Italy were third, followed by Belgium. Australia finished fifth in the country's first Eurovision appearance.
The UK's 1920s-influenced swing act Electro Velvet were 24th out of 27 countries with five points.
Electro Velvet are Bianca Nicholas and Alex Larke, who is a Mick Jagger impersonator in The Rolling Stones tribute band The Rolling Clones.
A record 27 countries took part, including Australia, which was invited to compete for the first time to mark the event's 60th anniversary.
The top of the leaderboard:
Electro Velvet are Bianca Nicholas and Alex Larke
The bottom of the leaderboard:
Mans Zelmerlow was the bookmakers' favourite throughout the build-up to this year's contest.
"I'm so happy and I want to say thank you for voting for me," he told the crowd. "I want to say we are all Heroes, no matter who we love, who we are or what we believe in - we are all heroes."
Around 200 million viewers were expected to tune in to the event on television.