• Dami Im at the winner's press conference following Eurovision 2016 Semi Final 2 (Photo by Rolf Klatt for SBS) (SBS)Source: SBS
Dami Im blew everyone away with her incredible performance of 'Sound of Silence' at Semi Final 2 of Eurovision in Stockholm today.
By
Genevieve Dwyer

13 May 2016 - 11:13 AM  UPDATED 14 May 2016 - 9:51 PM

Australia is now officially through to the Grand Final of Eurovision 2016. And Dami Im couldn't be more thrilled:

Relive the moment that it was announced that she was through below and see Dami's ecstatic reaction:

"I was blown away by the support of fans in the Arena," Dami said at  the Press conference following the show

"They are getting up at 5 a.m. to see me. I don't cry that often, but I cried when I finished the performance," she added.

"Australia is such a fan of the Eurovision since the 80s. We are the furthest away, but we love the concept. I feel honest to be part of the contest." 

The European audience couldn't have been more thrilled with her either:

Dami will now compete in Sunday's Grand Final. Tune in only on SBS

GRAND FINAL LIVE - 5AM AEST SUNDAY 15TH MAY

GRAND FINAL PRIME TIME - 7.30PM SUNDAY 15TH MAY

See the full line-up of Sunday's competitors here:

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What happens if Dami wins? See more here:

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Relive all the highlights of Semi Final 2, including Dami's ecstatic reaction to her win, and her press conference following the show, in pictures here:

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