Six finalists battled it out for the chance to perform in Kiev, Ukraine, in May this year, with both viewers and a panel of judges choosing the winner.
As the show came to a close, host Mel Giedroyc revealed Lucie Jones had been chosen by the British public to sing at the Eurovision Song Contest.
The hopeful couldn't believe it when her name was called out and was visibly shaking as the news began to sink in.
The 25-year-old, who has previously competed on The X Factor, broke down as she was congratulated by her fellow competitors.
Mel Giedroyc revealed that Lucie Jones would represent the UK at Eurovision
Lucie was overcome with emotion when she heard the news
Mel gave Lucie as hug as she held her hands to her face and cried with joy that she had won the competition.
Her Eurovision song Never Give Up On You was written by The Treatment, Emmelie de Forest and Lawrie Martin, and was complimented by the judges.
It comes after those at home questioned who is Cece Sammy and why she was on the judging panel, with many taking to social media to ask why she had such a big role on the BBC Two show.
Lucie was given a hug by Mel as she broke down over the news
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There are skimpy outfits: Ani Lorak of Ukraine during the 2008 semi-final
Viewers confused by Cece Sammy's role on the judging panel
One viewer questioned: "Should I know who Cece is? #EurovisionYouDecide."
While another added: "Who is CeCe?? She is super annoying #EurovisionYouDecide."
Someone else asked: "Who is this dreadful Cece woman?! #EurovisionYouDecide."
The Eurovision Song Contest takes place on May 13 in Kiev, Ukraine.