Ukrainian comedian Volodymyr Zelensky has won a landslide victory in the country’s presidential election, exit polls suggest.
The polls give the political newcomer, who dominated the first round of voting three weeks ago, more than 70% support.
Mr Zelensky, 41, challenged incumbent president Petro Poroshenko who has admitted defeat.
The apparent result is being seen as a huge blow to Mr Poroshenko and a rejection of Ukraine’s establishment.
“I will never let you down,” Mr Zelensky told celebrating supporters on Sunday.
“I’m not yet officially the president,” he added. “But as a citizen of Ukraine I can say to all countries in the post-Soviet Union: Look at us. Anything is possible!”
If polls are correct, he will be elected for a five-year term. Official results are expected to come in throughout Sunday night.
Mr Zelensky is best known for starring in a satirical television series in which his character accidentally becomes Ukrainian president.
The president holds significant powers over the security, defence and foreign policy of the country.