Get excited, Eurovision fans, it's been decided who is representing Australia at this year's Eurovision Song Contest!
Kate Miller-Heidke will be heading to Tel Aviv to perform at the contest in May.
She received the most votes during the 'Eurovision — Australia Decides' final on the Gold Coast over the weekend; the first time the public helped choose a winner.
Kate Miller-Heidke went up against Electric Fields, Ella Hooper, Sheppard, Courtney Act, Tania Doko, Alfie Arcuri, Mark Vincent, Aydan and Leea Nanos.
Kate Miller-Heidke's song 'Zero Gravity' took the top spot receiving 135 points, while Electric Fields came second with 114 points.
She celebrated the news saying she was "totally overwhelmed"
"This has been a peak experience already, and I'm dying with excitement at what's to come," she said.
"Thanks to everyone who voted, and to all the other artists who provided such a brilliant, eclectic and stiff competition.
"I've had a ball, and I'm so grateful and thrilled that I get to represent Australia at Eurovision in 2019."
Watch her performance below.