There's a couple new royals on the block after the quest for a new Tamworth Queen of Country Music ended on Sunday.
Emily Lysaght took out the crown of 2020 Tamworth Queen of Country Music while Gunnedah native Susie Rixon was named princess.
Ms Rixon has lived in Tamworth for the past five years and said being named princess was still sinking in.
"It's bit surreal really, its been a big week - a long week - and getting a result like that was a bit unexpected," the support coordinator said.
While the schedule was at times hectic, Ms Rixon loved the experience.
From meeting representatives from the New Zealand Country Music Festival to attending gigs, it was all a thrill for the new princess.
"I'm a fan of just being country. I love the atmosphere, the friendliness. I'm a proud country girl, being born bred out here. The country music festival is all of that and I got to really enjoy it this year," she said.
While it was shock for Ms Rixon to be named princess, Mrs Lysaught was also surprised after being named queen.
"Wow. I don't really know what to say. I did not expect this at all," she said to the crowd at the crowning.
"All of these girls have been incredible to spend the last 10 days with - and a few weeks beforehand.
"Thank you to the Zonta Club, thank you to everyone who helped us through this, thank you to my sponsor and thanks guys [to the other entrants].
"I really look forward to the next 12 months.
There was more than two crownings on the night.
Carissa Ryan was named Miss Congeniality, and the title of the Miss Social Media went to Jasmine Whitten.