By Jonathan Luxmoore ? (ENInews) ? A group of six Russian grandmothers who won second place in Europe’s Eurovision Song Contest have pledged to use their prize money to build an Orthodox church in their tiny home village. The Buranovskiye Babushki, or Buranovo Grannies, appeared in traditional red smocks, headscarves and woolly boots at the extravaganza, hosted by Baku, Azerbaijan. They raised the roof with a disco number, “Party for Everyone,” sung in their Udmurt language, a distant relation of Finnish, with a chorus – “Come on and dance!” – in English. The song, which also enthused about “putting out a white tablecloth” while the “dough is joyfully rising,” proved wildly popular with the young audience at the 26 May contest.