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Ukraine has won the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, beating out Australia with the help of the public vote.
Ukraine's winning entry was "1944", performed by Crimean Tatar singer Susana Jamaladinova, known as Jamala.
Australia appeared to be the favourite of the national juries, but once the public vote was added to the scores, Ukraine rose to the top of the leaderboard.
The UK's entry - 'You're not alone' sung by Joe and Jake - came in at number 24.