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Compete with a song about post-partum depression
"Eurovision Song Contest"

"Competing with the song about "postpartum depression"

"Swaying on the pole four feet in the air: ”Incredibly scary”"

"TEL AVIV. She baxas into a pole and singing about postpartum depression."

"Australia's Kate Miller-Heidke swaying four feet above the stage floor through the whole song."

"– It's about that feeling when the fog starts to lift and the world is finally starting to look like to be in color, " she says."

"On a pole and swaying her high up in the air. Australia's Kate Miller-Heidkes, 37, the stage show in this year's Eurovision is one of the most eye-catching, when she was four feet up in the air, swaying on a long pole. And in addition, has the two dancers behind them doing the same."

"Because it is also only given 50 seconds to the device between the songs in the Eurovision must Kate and the dancers attached at the top of the pole already behind the stage and then baxas in when she already stuck four feet up in the air."

"It's incredibly scary," she says."

" – It really feels like to fly, once you got over the fear. There is something with it that is associated with the how to breathe, for as soon as I sing up here, so all hangs together, but when I'm not singing, it is really scary."

"Was depressed for several years"

"at the same time, the song is not about flying. When Kate sings ”Gravity” four feet in the air, so it is a song about post-partum depression."

"– Yes, it is true. Or all types of depression, but it was where I got my inspiration. It's about that feeling when the fog starts to lift and the world is finally starting to look like to be in color and you start to feel like yourself again, " she says."

"Kate Miller-Heidke became a mother by 2016, and then went into a depression. In the song, which she has written together with her husband, she sings of a way out of the long recession."

"– For me, it was an incredible lättnadskänsla when it happened, " says Kate Miller-Heidke."

"How long did it take?"

"– a Few years I would say."

"Australia is competing in Eurovision song contest first semi-final, which is broadcast in the BBC1 21: 00 to Tuesday 14 may."

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