Every year the winning artist and the composer(s) in the Eurovision Song Contest receive a trophy to commemorate their achievement - and we have snaps of this year's award right here!
Since 2008 the EBU have had a permanent official trophy for the winners, a handmade piece of art in the shape of a classic microphone.
The trophy was designed by Kjell Engman of Kosta Boda, who has worked in glass art for over thirty years.
The Eurovision Song Contest trophy is made from solid transparent glass with sand blasted and painted detailing in the design of a classic microphone.
You can catch The Eurovision Song Contest 2014 tonight on RTÉ One at 8.00pm.
Happy #Eurovision day. Looking forward to it.— Susan Mann (@susankmann) May 10, 2014
Sweden are the bookies' faves to win #eurovision tonight, but I just don't know. I could think of 8 countries still in the running to win.— David (@PumpItLowda) May 10, 2014