Ukraine has won the Eurovision Song Contest in a huge show of support from the rest of the continent following Russia's invasion of the country.
Performing their folk-rap song Stefania, Kalush Orchestra stormed up the leader board, beating off strong competition from the UK and Italy.
The group were out on the streets fighting off Russian aggressors just weeks before taking to the stage in Turin - instead of rehearsing for the biggest performance of their lives.
The UK's Sam Ryder took second place - the first time the UK has placed in the top three at the Eurovision Song Contest in 20 years.
The singer was top after the national jury vote with 283 points, but there was a huge surge of support for Ukraine in the public vote.
The UK had been waiting a quarter of a century for a Eurovision win and the announcement of the winner was a nailbiter as it came down to the final vote,
Ukrainian President Volodymry Zelenskyy hailed Ukraine's victory, telling the world in his nightly address: "Our courage impresses the world, our music conquers Europe!