Last night 39 Popjustice readers spent four hours shouting at each other in a London pub. By the time the shouting stopped, Georgia's About Work The Dancefloor had seen off eleven other shortlisted songs and won the 2019 Popjustice Twenty Quid Music Prize.
Seriously, what a song.
As Georgia is the overall winner she'll be receiving the usual £20 (this year, supplied as two £10 notes), plus a pair of overalls.
Special mention should also go to The 1975, whose It's Not Living (If It's Not With You) — also an amazing song — missed out on the prize by just one vote.
Thanks to all last night's judges for committing themselves so wholeheartedly not just to the pursuit of pop justice, but also to the bar hitting its minimum spend requirement.