Despite landing with dawn, Barzilai was full of energy.
"We celebrated all night," she said. "We didn't really go to sleep. This is a big moment, for us as a delegation (representing Israel) and as a country that doesn't have a lot to be happy about these days.
"It makes me happy to know that we brought some joy," Netta said in a press conference after her arrival.
During Netta's flight back home, the passengers flying with her received a special wake-up call—Netta performed her winning song "Toy."
Netta will perform "Toy" at 7:30 pm Monday at Tel Aviv's Rabin Square. Past Eurovision contestants who represented Israel throughout the years will also perform, but the final list of singers have not been published yet.