In her post-win interview (which she recorded from her bedroom #nawww) the 18-year-old pop sensation was gracious as ever, thanking her fans, dishing plans to celebrate by chowing down on some baked goods and even taking the time to send her best wishes to Australia in the wake of the ongoing bushfire crisis.
“I love you, thank you guys, you did this, thank you for making my life what it is,” she told triple j listeners.
“This chat is how I’m celebrating. I have donuts in the fridge, I might go eat them.”
“I’m just trying to relax before the Grammys,” she added.
You can listen to her full chat in the post below.
Meanwhile, number #2 charting duo Flume and Vera Blue, who nabbed the silver medal for 2019 with their collab ‘Rushing Back’, have also shared their reaction.
“OMFG!! No.2 in the @triplej HOTTEST 100 for Rushing Back and we are losing our minds over it!!!!” Vera Blue tweeted alongside of a very wholesome snap of the pair FaceTiming each other.
“Thank you so so much for voting. This song is special and we are so stoked you guys love it!!! A Celebratory FaceTime was necessary.”
OMFG!! No.2 in the @triplej HOTTEST 100 for Rushing Back and we are losing our minds over it!!!! 🤯 Thank you so so much for voting ❤️ This song is special and we are so stoked you guys love it!!! A Celebratory FaceTime was necessary @flumemusic 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #rushingback pic.twitter.com/XWqmussoHj
— Vera Blue (@VeraBlueMusic) January 26, 2020
To recap the full Hottest 100 of 2019 you can head here, or stay tuned for the Hottest 200 of 2019, which drops tomorrow.
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