Thanks for joining in the fun and sending in all your pictures and comments. You have made our evening!
Here's some more coverage from tonight:
It's been a blast. Here's what some of you have been saying - much of it good - about Portugal's win:
In case you were wondering, here's a translation of Portugal's song Amar Pelos Dois, which means Loving for the Both of Us:
If anyone ever wonders about me
Tell them I have lived solely to love you
Before you I only existed
Worn out and with nothing left to give
Listen to my pleas
I beg you to come back
To want me again
That one can't love by oneself
But maybe with time
You will learn to love me as well
If your heart
Won't be wiling to give in
Won't be willing to feel
Won't be willing to suffer
Without making plans of what will come ahead
My heart can love for both of us instead
News from around the globe
Ukrainian TV has identified the man who bared his rear during Eurovision 2016 winner Jamala's performance as "scandalous" Ukrainian prankster Vitaliy Sedyuk.
Jamala continued to sing "unfazed", the broadcaster 1+1 TV said.
The noise in the press room at Kiev's International Exhibition Centre was deafening as Salvador Sobral from Portugal became his country's first ever Eurovision winner.
To say the 27-year-old is a popular victor is an understatement. Where others brought slick precision sheen and dancing gorillas to the contest, he brought heart, sincerity and a simple, guileless charm.
He also brought something of a sob story - a recent bout of ill health and a serious heart condition. Yet it would be an injustice to him and his songwriting sister Luisa to suggest that sentiment was behind his triumph.
He is, simply put, one of a kind - an antidote of sorts to Eurovision's history of short-lived fads and trashy kitsch, and all the more refreshing for it.
A journalist I know choked up when discussing how he felt when he saw Salvador sing Amar Pelos Dois (Loving for the Both of Us).
Sobral entered the contest with the stated aim of making "people outside of Portugal know and recognise my work." Job done, sir.
Here's how the final scores looked after the jury and public votes were added together - with Portugal winning by a clear margin.
Salvador Sobral performs Amar Pelos Dois (Loving for the Both of Us) with his sister Luísa, who wrote the winning song. Aah!
Music is not fireworks. Music is feeling.
It's our best result since Blue in 2011.
Portugal have never won before tonight.
PORTUGAL! Salvador is asking: "We won?!"
Let's see how it all shakes down.
The UK currently has 99 points. It's trailing a long way behind Portugal with 382 points at the top of the leader board.
Will they also feel the love for Portugal?
Katrina Leskanich read out the UK's vote. She is, of course, the lead singer from Katrina and the Waves, who won Eurovision for the UK in 1997.
12 points to Hungary.
Former winner Katrina from Katrina of the Waves (they won 20 years ago!) reveals the UK jury vote.
Another 12 points for Portugal.
And it's Sweden who get 12 points.
They give the UK 10 points! And 12 for - you guessed it - Portugal.
We have 87 so far, pretty good!
12 points to Portugal.
Regardless of the final score, the UK has now scored more points from the juries than we did last year, when we got 62 points for Joe and Jake's You're Not Alone.
Well done Lucie!
Apparently they are "running for joy" in Bucharest. They give 12 points to the Netherlands.
This lady is straight to the point, love it... 12 points to Bulgaria. They are still hanging in there.
And guess what? They give 12 points to Greece - and receive some booing for their choice.
It's Portugal again. 12 points!
Dublin calling - they give Belgium 12 points.
And in other news, 12 points go to... Portugal. Again.
Their 12 points also go to Portugal.
And they also give 12 points to Azerbaijan.
Azerbaijan get their first 12 points.
Looking suitably sunny in Sydney - and they give 12 points to the UK!!!!! Our first 12 points! Lucie is VERY excited!!
...and it's Portugal again! Douze points!
12 points go to Portugal! This is getting a bit predictable now... or is it?
"Without any further ado" (thank you), Bulgaria gives 12 points to Austria.
There's some very odd dancing going on during a break from the voting, with the hosts, audience and former contestant Verka (see below) doing robotic-style arm moves to traditional Ukrainian music. Er, okay.