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Just 22 of the best tweets from this year's Eurovision

All we’ll say is justice for Cyprus.

SO IRELAND DIDN’T win the Eurovision Song Contest this year. Ryan O’Shaughnessy finished 16th overall which given we hadn’t qualified in 5 years, is not a bad result at all.

It was in fact Netta from Israel who took home the crown much to the disgust of a lot of people (#JusticeForCyprus).

There was also the stage invader during the UK’s performance which was bit random and quite frankly the fact SuRie gave such a good performance afterwards was a testament to her.

Eurovision has a habit of bringing us all together. Here’s just some of the best tweets we could find.

We all needed a bit of distraction from the referendum.

And there’s not better way to do that than a song competition.

There was a lot of love floating around for Marty & Graham.

A lot of the performances passed us by except for Hungary.

And Israel of course.

Slovenia stopped the music midway through and some people just couldn’t cope.

Not to mention the stage invader during the UK’s performance which SuRie handled like a PRO.

Ryan did us all proud.

And we all fell head over heels for Cyprus.

Then the voting started and it got a bit confusing.

The UK gave us 3 points and we gave them none because we’re very mature like that.

The jury vote wasn’t going so well for us but we had our moments.

Sweden were in the lead, then Cyprus, France, Germany, it seemed like everyone was getting a go.

In the end is came down to a very tense face off between Cyprus and Israel which Israel won and people weren’t happy.

But sure we still have the most Eurovision titles.

And honestly Euphoria is still the best song ever.

But sure look, there’s always next year.

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