Best of the Bunch: Junior vs Senior – Ireland

Our Best of the Bunch series continues, but this time, we’re crossing over between the two main formats of Eurovision, the Eurovision Song Contest and the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The concept is simple, we take the Eurovision and Junior Eurovision entries of a certain year and put them up against each other in a…

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Best of the Bunch: The Trials – Ireland

Through our Best of the Bunch series, we gave a recap on the Eurovision entries from 2006 to 2015 and gave you the opportunity to choose your Best of the Bunch. As you may remember, the current Best of the Bunch winners were put into our ‘Ultimate Eurovision’ but it’s time to see which of…

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Ireland prepares for Junior Eurovision 2017!

Ireland first made their Junior Eurovision debut in 2015, and have since been dedicated to the contest. This year is no exception, with Ireland focused on choosing their 2017 representative through a national selection format. The national selection has already kicked off, with the Irish broadcaster TG4 revealing that the heats for the selection will…

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Ireland’s Eurovision Forum: What Are Their Plans For 2018?

For the most successful nation in Eurovision history, Ireland certainly aren’t doing so well in recent years! The nation hasn’t qualified to the final since 2013, and sure enough, this has encouraged Ireland to actually think about how they can improve on their results and make their way back into the final. The inaugural Eurovision…

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2017 Eurovision Review – Ireland

Ireland is the most successful nation at Eurovision with 7 wins under their belt. In recent years, Ireland hasn’t been able to replicate their success, especially from the 1990’s where they were consistently winning the contest. With such mixed results, it was time to bring something big to the 2017 contest, and to do so,…

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Ireland Unveils Their Eurovision Entry ‘Dying To Try’

A while back, we reported that Ireland’s next Eurovision act was internally selected to be Brendan Murray. His career took off as a member of the successful boy band Hometown, whose first single Where I Belong was the fastest selling single from a debut act in the Irish charts. The band has toured extensively across…

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Brendan Murray to Fly the Irish Flag!

Irish Broadcaster RTE have announced the act that they have internally selected to represent Ireland at Eurovision 2017, and that is Brendan Murray! The announcement was made on Ireland’s The Late Late Show. Alongside the broadcaster, the man in charge of finding a suitable act for Eurovision was Louis Walsh, who believes that Brendan Murray…

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