The Eurovision 2018 results have been revealed: Here's tonight's full scoreboard from the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest.
Commented on by Graham Norton and broadcast live on BBC One, the qualifying acts from the semi-finals plus performers from Portugal, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom, performed in the grand final of the 63rd Eurovision Song Contest tonight live from Lisbon.
SuRie represented the UK with her song Storm, written by Nicole Blair, Gil Lewis and Sean Hargreaves.
She finished in 24th spot with 48 points after the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, hosted by Silvia Alberto, Filomena Cautela, Catarina Furtado, and Daniela Ruah.
Eurovision 2018 results: Final scoreboard
In the Grand Final, juries and viewers from all 43 participating countries can voted after the 26 finalists performed.
Once the voting window, closed the presenters called upon spokespersons in all 43 countries and ask them to reveal their jury points live on air.
Next, viewers' points from all 43 countries were added up, and revealed from the lowest to the highest, to complete the final leaderboard.
SuRie had a total of 23 points from the juries and 25 points from viewers, leaving her third from bottom of the scoreboard.
It was a big drop from last year, where Lucie Jones finished 15th, but on a par with both 2016 and 2015's results.
Meanwhile, the winner of the competition was Israel, who scored a total of 529 points from viewers, including 8 from the UK.
Ireland finished 16th with 136 points.
During the live show, a stage invader disrupted the UK performance. A seemingly politically motivated protestor rushed at SuRie and tried to grab her microphone.
At one point, SuRie lost her microphone and had to stop singing but eventually got it back and continued to finish the song.
Eurovision bosses did offer SuRie the chance to perform again however the BBC said: "SuRie and her team are extremely proud of her performance and have together decided that there is absolutely no reason to perform the song again."
Eurovision will be back next May.