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Australia sends Elsa from ‘Frozen’ to the song Contest (and she sings opera)
Music Kate Miller Heidke is the lady which for Australia at the upcoming Eurovision song contest in Israel is allowed to draw. The 37-year-old singer won last night the national finals with the song ‘Zero Gravity’. It was the first time that Australia is in that way a submission chose; over the past four years the act was internally chosen.

In the national final also did the band Sheppard, known to us hits such as ‘Geronimo’ and ‘Coming Home’. The group was Saturday, strangely enough, to settle for third place. Kate Miller Heidke, whose appearance and costume of queen Elsa from the disney film ‘Frozen’, her song ‘Zero Gravity’ (a strange combination of opera and alternative pop) do to convince you. In her act floats, they also a few meters above the ground in the longest skirt in the world, but it is not clear whether they will take towards Israel. Pay close attention to the floating lady behind her.

Australia is doing for the fifth time participated in the Contest. Originally, the country only in 2015 to participate, during the sixtieth edition of the liedjesfestijn. The EBU gave Australia however consent to also in the later years of the party. The Eurovision song contest is 'down under' extremely popular.

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