Poland claimed first place in the Eurovision Dance Contest, which was held in Scotland on Saturday.
Actor Marcin Mroczek and dancer Edyta Herbus won the votes of watchers throughout the continent with a routine set to Michael Jackson's music.
Russia finished second and Ukraine were third, while hosts UK finished ninth out of 14 competitors.
A television audience of millions watched the 135 minute programme, which came from Glasgow's SECC.
Graham Norton and Claudia Winkleman hosted the show, which featured 14 couples from Austria, Azerbaijan, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Ireland, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Sweden, Ukraine and the United Kingdom.
Each couple - one celebrity and one professional dancer - performed a freestyle dance with a national flavour which could have elements of Latin and Ballroom.
A panel of expert judges as well as the TV audience voting from home then decided on the winner.
The UK was represented by Vincent Simone and Eastenders actress Louisa Lytton.
It is the second time the contest has been run. Finland won last year's vote.
"With this competition, we created a fantastic new Eurovision tradition, which we are confident will last for many years to come," said Bjorn Erichsen, Director of Eurovision TV.