Russia's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest this year features a group of singing grandmothers.
The folk group Buranovskiye Babushki, which translates 'Buranovo Grannies', beat 24 other acts in a televised competition to win the chance to represent their country.
The singers hail from the Udmurt Republic in western Russia and sing in a mixture of English and Udmurt. See a video of their entry here.
They say that if they win Eurovision they will use any cash raised to build a church in Buranovo.