Kate Miller-Heidke has taken a vote to enter Australia in the 2017 Eurovision song competition.
This is the first time the public has helped to & # 39; choosing the music campaign for his competition.
The 37-year-old singer sang its song Zero Gravity during the final television television finalization – Australia's Gold Coast decision is last night.
She and nine other Australian actors were in front of a panel of judges as the public vote on a text message.
It came out above with 135 points, 87 points from the public and 48 points from the jury of business experts.
Electric Fields replaced the 2000 song and Whatever on 114 points, and Sheppard came to third place with On My Way on 87 points.
Miller-Heidke said she was "completely pulled" with the result.
"This has already been a key knowledge, and I'm dying with the joy of what's coming," she said.
"Thanks to everyone who has been voted, and to the other artists who have given an amazing, beautiful and bad competition.
"I have a ball and I'm so grateful and delighted to have my Eurovision Australia in 2019."
Eurovision – Australia The creative director Paul Clarke's decision, says "Eurovision likes" Miller-Heidke.
"It's a benefit to get out of the box, the Eurovision left," he said.
"It's a lively song to stop it, Kate is absolutely inherent and Eurovision loves her."
The Eurovision Gold Competition will be held in Tel Aviv, Israel in May.
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