Eurovision has long held a place in Australian hearts. So much so, that we somehow forced the EU to allow us to take part in their once continent-exclusive competition.
Former X-Factor winner, Dami Im, represented Australia in our second bid for Eurovision gold with her song ‘Sound of Silence’, but came just behind Ukraine in second place.
Now, a week later, a video has surfaced of Ukraine's winner, Jamala singing her winning song '1944' in public years before the competition.
A statement released on the official Eurovision Facebook page said, "Eurovision rules (1.2.1a) state entries must not have been commercially released before September 1 of the previous year - a rule designed to ensure new compositions are competing on a level playing field."
The surfaced video was reportedly taken in 2013, which means the song is at least three years old, making Ukraine's entry in Eurovision 'illegal'.
Even though the authenticity of the video was confirmed by Ukraine's Eurovision reps, Eurovision organisers have decided to overlook the mishap.