The inaugural Australian Eurovision national final took place in the Gold Coast in February earlier this year. Kate Miller-Heidke was ultimately selected to represent Australia at Eurovision 2019, winning the jury and public over with her song ‘Zero Gravity’. She finished 9th at the Eurovision [read more…]
After Australia’s first result out of the Top 10 in 2018, the nation has returned to form with Kate Miller-Heidke and her divisive entry, Zero Gravity. The entry confidently topped the semi-final voting, however finished in 9th place in the final.
If the decision were up to Kate Miller-Heidke, Australia would keep selecting its Eurovision entries through a national final. The current Australian representative tips Empire of the Sun, Troye Sivan and Electric Fields as potential candidates.
For the fifth year in a row, we will see Australia perform at the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest. After her qualification, Kate Miller-Heidke, who qualified with her song ‘Zero Gravity’, talked to the press: “I am floating on air”.