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Published: 21:40 BST, 7 February 2018 | Updated: 22:48 BST, 7 February 2018

Singer and actress SuRie has been chosen to represent the UK at this year's Eurovision song contest.

The former Les Miserables star beat off competition from five other entrants in a combined public and expert jury vote after a live performance of her track, Storm, at the BBC's Eurovision: You Decide 2018 televised event in Brighton on Wednesday.

She said she would celebrate with 'a bottle of something bubbly and a straw,' before performing Storm for a second time.

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Sing when you're winning: Singer and actress SuRie has been chosen to represent the UK at this year's Eurovision song contest

Winner: The former Les Miserables star beat off competition from five other entrants in a combined public and expert jury vote after a live performance of her track, Storm Storm, at the BBC 's Eurovision: You Decide 2018 televised event in Brighton on Wednesday

SuRie, real name Susanna Cork, has previous experience with the singing competition after performing as a backing dancer for Belgian act Loic Nottet who finished fourth in 2015, and as musical director for another Belgian entrant, Blanche, in 2017.

Cork has also performed for royalty, singing for the Prince of Wales as a child soloist, while in recent years has provided backing vocals for artists including Chris Martin and Will Young. 

She received the biggest cheer of the night from the live crowd in Brighton who began chanting her name after she was named victor. 

Wow: She said she would celebrate with 'a bottle of something bubbly and a straw,' before performing Storm for a second time

Hugs: SuRie looked overwhelmed with emotion as she hugged her competitors 

Winning endorsement: 2015 Eurovision winner Måns Zelmerlöw, who presented the evening with Mel Giedroyc, hugged SuRie after the result

Winner: SuRie beat (left-right) RAYA, trio from Goldstone, Jaz Ellington, Asanda and Liam Tamne during Eurovision: You Decide

Mel and hunky Swedish Eurovision 2015 winner Måns Zelmerlöw, who scooped the prize with entry Heroes, presented the show.

Last week Cork told the Press Association she was 'buzzing' and spoke of her belief that 'music can save the world'.

'It's the one thing that actually unites us. It's about positivity, diversity and celebrating all the good things.' 

Three's company:  SuRie looked delighted as she posed with Mel and Mans after her victory 

Previous: SuRie, real name Susanna Cork, has previous with the singing competition after performing as a backing dancer for Belgian act Loic Nottet, who finished fourth in 2015

Fan favourite: She received the biggest cheer of the night from the live crowd in Brighton who began chanting her name after she was named victor by presenter Mel Giedroyc

SuRie has already tasted Eurovision success as one of five backing vocalists for Belgian entry Rhythm Inside, performed by Loïc Nottet at the 2015 competition held in Vienna, Austria.

The entry finished fourth on the night, scooping 217 points in the highest score the country has received since 2002.

Of her previous Eurovision experiences, she said: 'My eyes were opened to the beauty of Eurovision a couple of years ago and I was working with the Belgians so false flagging for a different country but I had an amazing time.

Star: Last year,former X Factor star Lucie Jones had taken to the stage to represent the UK with her track Never Give Up On You in the grand final

Sterling result: She had placed 15th overall after winning 111 points in total

'To be involved from my country, I'm a proud Brit... I'd love to be a part of Eurovision in the UK.

'It's the right time to get involved.'   

Storm was penned by Nicole Blair, Gil Lewis and Sean Hargreaves, and will be performed by SuRie on the Eurovision stage in May. 

The Grand Final will be held in Lisbon, Portugal after Salvador Sobral’s win in 2017. 

Sobral is the highest scoring winner under the current system and received 758 points in Kiev, Ukraine for his track Amar Pelos Dois.

Stellar: Her success comes after Blue received 100 points and finished in 11th in 2011 with their song I Can

Pride of the UK: The last time the United Kingdom won Eurovision was in 1997 with Love Shine A Light by Katrina and The Waves, which scored 227 points in Dublin

The Eurovision Song Contest is the longest-running annual international television song competition and has been running since 1956.

Participating countries submit a song to be performed and television viewers would cast votes to then determine who would sing in the quarter-final, semi-final and ultimately, the grand final.  

Last year,former X Factor star Lucie Jones had taken to the stage to represent the UK with her track Never Give Up On You in the grand final.

She had placed 15th overall after winning 111 points in total. Her success comes after Blue received 100 points and finished in 11th in 2011 with their song I Can.

The last time the United Kingdom won Eurovision was in 1997 with Love Shine A Light by Katrina and The Waves, which scored 227 points in Dublin.

Since then, the UK's track record at Eurovision has failed to match the British-American rock band's success, hitting a new low when UK entry Jemini failed to score a single point with their song Cry Baby at the 2003 competition in Latvia. 

The Eurovision Song Contest grand finale will air on Saturday, May 12.

Nul points: Since then, the UK's track record at Eurovision has failed to match the British-American rock band's success, hitting a new low when UK entry Jemini failed to score a single point with their song Cry Baby at the 2003 competition in Latvia




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