Three women have been elected to represent Northern Ireland in the European Parliament for the first time.
There's been a major shift in voting patterns as two of the seats have been taken by pro-remain candidates.
Dianne Dodds was returned for the DUP as the only Unionist and Brexiteer.
Sinn Fein's Martina Anderson came in third position holding on to her seat in Brussels.
The big shock was for Alliance Leader Naomi Long as she claimed the second seat in an emphatic win.
Sean Kelly only a sniff away from a quota, of 16.7%
KELLY, Seán (FG) 16.5%
KELLEHER, Billy (FF) 11.7%
WALLACE, Mick (I4C) 11.4%
NÍ RIADA, Liadh (SF) 11.0%
O'SULLIVAN, Grace (Green) 10.6%
BYRNE, Malcolm (FF) 9.6%
CLUNE, Deirdre (FG) 9.0%
DOYLE, Andrew (FG) 5.4%
— Gavan Reilly (@gavreilly) May 27, 2019
Meanwhile, Fine Gael's Sean Kelly has topped the poll in Ireland South for the European elections.
He got over 118,000 first-preference votes in the first count - around 1,400 less than he needed to be re-elected.
Fianna Fail's Billy Kelleher is in second, Independent Mick Wallace in third - followed by Sinn Fein's Liadh Ni Riada and the Green Party's Grace O'Sullivan.