Eurovision 2019: Australia’s entry compared to Elsa from Disney’s Frozen

Eurovision 2019 had a Disneyfied makeover tonight as one of the acts was compared to Frozen.

Australia's entry Kate Miller-Heidke floated across the stage in a flowing blue ball gown as she sang her track Zero Gravity.

She donned a giant tiara as she was lifted above the stage in the ethereal performance in the grand finale, which is being hosted by Israel this year.

Her striking appearance saw her compared to Elsa, the Disney princess who has the ability to turn people into ice.

One viewer tweeted: "Australia was like watching Elsa from Frozen do the pole vault but it was weirdly…amazing. She is going to win."

"We found Elsa from Frozen," another posted.

A third said: "Anyone else think she looks like the iron throne meets Elsa from frozen."

Another agreed: "Australia is literally Elsa from Frozen and the HP's Dementors."

Alongside The Netherlands, Australia is one of the favourites to win tonight.

And should she take home the crown, Kate's win is good news for UK Eurovision fans.

She has revealed that London could host Eurovision 2020 if Australia wins, as they're not allowed to host it themselves.

It's already been an eventful ceremony with questionable lyrics , dodgy miming and even crying on stage .

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