Kate Miller-Heidke chosen to represent Australia at Eurovision 2019

Kate Miller-Heidke chosen to represent Australia at Eurovision 2019

Kate Miller-Heidke chosen to represent Australia at Eurovision 2019

She ousted a field of nine other acts that included the likes of Brisbane indie band Sheppard, former The Voice victor Alfie Arcuri and even a talented 16-year-old by the name of Leea Manos.

"I'm totally overwhelmed! This has been a peak experience already, and I'm dying with excitement at what's to come", she said of her win.

Electric Fields and Sheppard rounded out the top three.

He was selected during Eurovision: You Decide on BBC Two after making the final three decided by a panel of judges and then winning the public vote.

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Miller-Heidke said she will be thinking about the Eurovision message of inclusivity when she takes to the world stage.

Kate left audiences in awe with her emotional entry song, Zero Gravity, a ballad which SBSB host Joel Creasey described as "pop genius". Electric Fields delivered a stellar performance, and came so close, but it was Kate's night.

Before the competition, Michael said of the song: "Bigger Than Us is about love, coming together, it's a really powerful song".

"We were lucky to have just a taste of the global phenomenon that is Eurovision with Eurovision - Australia Decides on the Gold Coast. So it's about that sense of becoming myself again".

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She said she is still in disbelief at being chosen to represent Australia at the global song contest in Tel Aviv in May.

More than 700 songs were entered by artists into the competition on the Gold Coast during the three-week entry period past year.

It will be the 64th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. Around a dozen protesters representing the pro-Palestinian Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement demonstrated outside the venue, calling for artists, fans, and SBS itself to wind back its support of Israel's hosting duties.

BDS Australia also staged protests outside and inside the Gold Coast event on Saturday night.

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Ireland has won the most Eurovision finals, with seven wins.

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