Usually you can count on a Eurovision winner popping up in cheesy dance clubs all across the continent for at least a year before another snazzy pop song takes home the crystal microphone trophy. That might not be the case this year after Salvador Sobral took home the first trophy for his home country of Portugal. His song “Amar Pelos Dois” (which translates to “Love for Both”) is not the typical winner of the contest, which usually goes either to a soaring ballad à la Celine Dion (the 1988 winner) or a catchy synthesizer heavy ditty like ABBA’s “Waterloo” (the 1974 winner). But that doesn’t mean that other contestants didn’t participate in theatrics. Here, a guide to the Eurovision 2017 contestants.