Aussie girl Jazmine D’Arcy started to cry when she saw a tweet from a man who wanted to sing the national anthem for the first time in his life.
The tweet was from a user in the Netherlands, who wrote: “I’m going to sing one of the songs that you all sing, so I am here.
You can’t stop me.”
The Australian boy was shocked.
“I was just so happy to hear my name in a song I never even knew I wanted,” he said.
“That’s when I started crying.”
A lot of Australian boys can relate to Jazmin’s journey, as she struggled to find her voice in her first years in the music industry, where she made a name for herself as a songwriter.
“She has a great voice, she’s got a great heart, she sings and she sings well,” said Australian musician Jason Smee.
“It’s something that’s not very often seen in Australian music, and for me it’s something I can relate with.”
Jazmin has now performed at almost 200 shows in Australia, and the songwriting and production have earned her a spot in the Eurovision song contest.
She is now preparing for her next act, a dance competition in the United Kingdom in February.
“For me, the best thing is that I’ve got this experience, it’s a great opportunity for me to grow,” she said.