Eurovision Challenge: Day 15

The best costume

Almost there:

Linda Wagenmakers (No Goodbyes, Netherlands 2000 – a circus tent and shredded silver)

Ruslana (Wild Dances, Ukraine 2004 – Xena, Warrior Princess for the 2000s)

Tina Karol (Show Me Your Love, Ukraine 2006 – mainly for the boots and backup dancers!)

Gisela (Casanova, Andorra 2008 – weird but wonderful…and possibly painful)

Alyosha (Sweet People, Ukraine 2010 – also weird, in a fantastically post-apocalyptic way)


But the best costume is:

Marija Šerifović (Molitva, Serbia 2007)

(Of all the posts for my picture uploader to not work for! If you need a refresher on Serbia’s winning costumes, check them out here:

Unlike men in dresses, which doesn’t seem to work out too well at Eurovision (take note, Slovenia) ladies in suits can be a winner…literally. I think this is a rare case of a costume that is memorable without being hideous. Classy but unique.

Bonus points for working the spectacles, Marija!


About Jaz

Hi there – I’m Jaz, a 27-year-old Aussie with a serious Eurovision obsession. The ESC is the biggest and best party on the planet, and I like to keep it going way beyond May. That’s why I write about anything and everything contest-related (the songs, the costumes, the choreography and my undying love for Ott Lepland, for example) on my blog. Visit and subscribe for rankings, reviews and more fun stuff. You’ll get an automatic douze points from me!

Posted on September 16, 2011, in Eurovision 2007, Random Stuff and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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