As with her recent performances, Im’s final notes were hugely impressive and the crowd loved her. In the end, she topped the jury vote but came second once the viewers’ votes were counted. Im, who shot to fame after winning X-Factor in 2013, told Eurovision hosts she moved to Australia from South Korea when she was nine years old and learned English by listening to the Spice Girls. Bookmakers had Im at second best odds to win the competition, with this year’s performance marking only the second time Australia has competed at the European song competition.

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