Surreal and gaudy fashion is all part of the fun of the annual Eurovision Song Contest, along with power ballads, bizarre stage theatrics and, occasionally, dancing Russian grandmothers.

In the 60 years since the competition was born as the Eurovision Song Contest Grand Prix, 52 countries have taken part and it remains one of the most-watched non-sporting events in the world. Millions tune in every year to watch artists perform on the competition in a feast of glitter and sequins.

Ahead of the final on Saturday, we took a look at some of the ensembles of past performers -- from the wonderfully weird to the downright incomprehensible.

Eurovision Moldova
Zdob si Zdub of Moldova embrace cone hats and unicycles at the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 Getty
Eurovision Ukraine 2007
Ukraine's Verka Serduchka performs "Dancing Lasha Tumbai Danzing" dressed in foil at the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest Getty
Eurovision Russia babushka
Buranovskiye Babushki won the public over with their traditional outfits and came second in the 2012 competition Getty
Lordi Eurovision
Finland's Lordi went all out for the 2006 competition Getty
Abba Eurovision
Knee flares and silver platforms were the height of fashion for Abba in 1974 Getty
Scooch received just 19 points in 2007, mostly for the cummerbund effort Getty
Eurovision Wig Wam
The lead singer of Wig Wam didn't leave much to the imagination at Eurovision 2005 Getty
Eurovision Moje 3
Moje 3 of Serbia won the "Barbara Dex Award" in 2013 for the worst dressed in Eurovision Getty
Rona Nishliu
Albania's 2012 entry Rona Nishliu paired a Dracula-inspired gown with dreadlocks Getty
Eric Papilaya Eurovision
Austria's Eric Papilaya wore all sequins for his performance in 2007 Getty
Eurovision Kejsi Tola
The tutu Albania's Kajsi Tola wore in 2009 was only surpassed by the sequin morph suit behind her Getty
Jedward Eurovision
Jedward toned down their hair but played up their outfits for the 2012 contest Getty