How did it actually feel to win? Oh, it was overwhelming. I hardly have any memories when it comes to specific points because I still can’t actually believe it. What’s been your biggest highlight over the past year? There were so many special moments, like meeting Ban Ki-moon [UN General Secretary], one of the most important people I think when it comes to social, political things and human rights. That was a really important moment for me. Also, finishing my first solo album was a special moment. I’ve met really outstanding people the last year and I was near to a nervous breakdown when I heard that Cher actually tweeted wishing me all the best. Were there any parts of Eurovision that you didn’t enjoy? No, definitely not. It was just a great experience in so many different ways. There’s nothing that I’d have done differently or regret now. What sort of fan mail do you get today? I’ve received many letters and it’s still just overwhelming because I can’t really believe that I, as a single person, am able to inspire someone. That’s something that’s not really settled.