Held on the Gold Coast in February, Eurovision – Australia Decides determined who would represent us at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest (Spoiler: It was Kate Miller-Heidke). The event had Australia on its feet - and was trending globally on Twitter, too, thanks very much.
Relive the excitement and watch ten acts vying for their shot to represent Australia on the world’s biggest stage: award-winning artist Kate Miller-Heidke, indie pop band Sheppard, pop-opera star Mark Vincent, modern electric-soul duo Electric Fields, legendary drag queen and reality television veteran Courtney Act, pop star Aydan, 16-year-old singer-songwriter Leea Nanos, rock music icon Ella Hooper, chart topper Tania Doko and The Voice winner Alfie Arcuri.
Feeling crafty? Top off your look with an ode to Kate Miller-Heidke: