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Did Australia's Kate Miller-Heidke win the Eurovision grand final?

SBS Sunday, 19 May 2019
The winner has been crowned in the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. Read on to find out how your favourite went.
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News video: Ireland fails to qualify for Eurovision final while Sweden soars

Ireland fails to qualify for Eurovision final while Sweden soars 01:07

Ireland's Eurovision Song Contest entry has failed to qualify for the grand final following a closely fought semi-final, but Sweden's John Lundvik made it through as one of 10 entries through to the 26-strong final on Saturday.

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