Brexit has thrown up a lot of questions, among them the fate of the UK's future in competing in TV singing contest, Eurovision.
But people can rest easy as there is hope - leaving Europe doesn't mean no more Eurovision.
The official Eurovision Twitter account cleared it all up in one Tweet:
-- Eurovision (@Eurovision) June 24, 2016
During PMQs in April, Prime Minister David Cameron commented on Eurovision when he was asked about the "worst argument" at that stage of the EU debate.
He said: "I think probably the one that we'd get out of the Eurovision Song Contest - I think that would not only be very sad but I think given that Israel and Azerbaijan and anyone anywhere near Europe seems to be able to - (even) Australia - I think we're pretty safe from that one."
The BBC also confirmed its stance, saying: "We have every intention of continuing to participate in Eurovision."
Fans have had varying reactions to the Eurovision question since the vote Leave decision was announced: