If you haven’t yet watched Australia’s Eurovision performance, you are in for one heck of a treat.
Australia have pulled out all the stops for this year’s Eurovision with their hopeful, Kate Miller-Heidke, sailing through to the finals following a stunning performance involving three 16-foot poles and a whole lot of danger.
Her performance of Zero Gravity sees Kate standing on a bending five-metre tall pole, flanked by two dancers, Emily Ryan and Emma Waite, on their own pole.
The three women fly through the air against a backdrop of the curve of the Earth and the galaxy for a mind-bending scene which completely stole the 2019 contest.
But Kate previously admitted that getting to that point is rather stressful, especially given the time constraints during performances.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk in Tel Aviv, the 37-year-old said: ‘The thing is with this performance is there’s no room for error, we’re hanging on for our lives.
‘Getting up the pole is difficult, getting wheeled up the ramp is quite a thrill, I get wheeled on stage on the pole very quickly – during the semi-final, there was no ad break so we had like 30 seconds to get on stage with the pole.
‘So yeah, there’s a lot of adrenaline pumping.’
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