The Rio Olympics closing ceremony was quite the spectacle - and with Team GB coming second in the overall medal table there was plenty to celebrate.
Here's what you missed overnight from the ceremony.
Hockey gold medallist Kate Richardson-Walsh carried the flag for Team GB as our official flag bearer.
There was a huge carnival, including these rather large parrots.
Team GB celebrated their best ever Olympic Games, taking 67 medals overall - two more than they achieved at London 2012, and 19 more than their initial target of 48 to win in Rio.
There were lots and lots of fireworks.
Here you can see them with the Morro dos Prazeres slum in the foreground.
Brazilian musician Mariene de Castro performed.
There were some really cool Samba dancers.
The Olympic flame was extinguished, symbolising the official end to the Games.
The Olympic baton was passed to Tokyo, which will host the Games in 2020.
Toyko's governor Yuriko Koike held the Olympic flag to symbolise the passing of the Games.
And Japan's prime minister dressed up as Super Mario.
Rio Olympics, we won't forget you in a hurry.