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”.
Kate received questions from the press around her sky-high performance. To get on the pole, she said it was a “shimmy up the ladder situation, not very elegant.” She went on to share: “I have a pretty great view from up there, and the energy from the audience was incredible. I couldn’t believe it when they all started singing along.”
Check out Kate’s qualifying performance here:
Australia gets to perform in the second half of the show on Saturday
After the first semi final, the show’s ten qualifiers also drew a first or second half starting position in the Grand Final on Saturday 18 May from a bowl. Kate drew a starting position in the second half of Saturday’s Grand Final. Check out all other allocations here.