Ireland Eurosong 2022 Brendan Murray Rachel Goode Miles Graham Brooke Patrick O'Sullivan Janet Grogan

It’s been seven years since the last one. But after six mostly-underwhelming internal selections, Ireland is returning to it’s old Eurosong national final. As was the case in 2006 and 2007 and from 2009 to 2015, the Irish final will take place on the The Late Late Show. Don’t be surprised if there’s a lot of chatting — the programme is famed for being the world’s second-longest running talk show.

Here’s when and how you can watch Eurosong 2022.

Watch Eurosong 2022 online

The Late Late Show Final — 4 February 2022

Time: 22:35 CET to 00:50 CET

The show will be live-streamed on the RTÉ Player.

Click to Watch Eurosong 2022

Tonight’s winner will be determined by a mixture of public and jury voting. However, the split will not be 50/50. Instead it will be divided three ways. The televote, a national jury and an international jury will each account for one third of the result.

The running order is:

  1. Patrick O’Sullivan “One Night, One Kiss, One Promise”
  2. Janet Grogan “Ashes of Yesterday”
  3. Brendan Murray “Real Love”
  4. Miles Graham “Yeah, We’re Gonna Get Out of It”
  5. Rachel Goode “I’m Loving Me”
  6. Brooke Scullion “That’s Rich”

Will you be watching tonight? Who are you backing? Let us know in the comments.

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Sabrina
Sabrina
4 months ago

A question for who had a previous experience watching the Irish selection on Late Late Show: how does it work? Do they use the beginning or the end of the show? Do they show the songs along the 2 hours with their regular segments between them? Do they upload videos to Youtube or something like that? Trying to figure out if it’s worth to watch it since I also want to follow Sanremo’s covers night.

Jonas
Jonas
4 months ago
Reply to  Sabrina

It’s been seven years, but I think they usually give the whole show over to the contest – unless somebody famous happens to be in Dublin and then they might get twenty minutes. The six songs are usually all together, with three or four guests giving their opinions.

I’d like to watch both, but I think I’ll be staying in Sanremo.

Sabrina
Sabrina
4 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Thanks, Jonas. 🙂 I’ll try to watch it by pausing their streaming and checking the performances during Sanremo breaks. I managed to do it with Israel, hopefully it will work again tonight.

Christopher
Christopher
4 months ago

I think RTE will want Patrick O’Sullivan to win as it’s just like the usual bland Westlife stuff they seem to think Ireland will do well with at Eurovision and that they will have to spend zero euro staging. Brooke is the only real choice here that would have a chance to get out of the semifinal. I’m expecting another disaster.

Im so fab
Im so fab
4 months ago

Thanks for the instructions. I’m totally gonna watch this interesting National Final.

Jack Popfield
Jack Popfield
4 months ago

Only 6 songs yet the show is 2 hours and 15 minutes… ridiculous.

James
James
4 months ago
Reply to  Jack Popfield

Well, it is a selection show within a talk show so we’re bound to see some talk-based segments in there.

Escfan
4 months ago
Reply to  Jack Popfield

Thats the length of time the show goes on for usually so their will be a lot of talking. Its the “Eurovision special” acc to RTE.

Europotato
Europotato
4 months ago
Reply to  Escfan

Are you kidding me? ??? soo they’re gonna have interviews about people who went through medical trauma or something in between? ??? Ireland get yourself into gear.

James
James
4 months ago

“One Night One Kiss One Promise” for me.

And yeah, we’ll really have to see if “That’s Rich” can deliver live.

Kobe
Kobe
4 months ago

I expect a very bad live for “That’s Rich” and a win for “One Night, One Kiss, One Promise”

Xxx
Xxx
4 months ago

I just have this strong feeling that Patrick O’Sullivan will win. I hope i’m wrong though. We need “That’s Rich”!

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
4 months ago

It will probably be my least favourite Irish song since 2016, but That’s Rich is the best option for them and it is not bad song. Ireland does not send bad songs to Eurovision and I think they’re still better than UK, but the most of their songs are just not competitive and then they end up in bottom. I enjoyed every their song in recent years.

lol
lol
4 months ago

hopefully, the jury will push Brooke through. knowing the late lates much older audience who will probably vote for something bland like Brendan murry who would definitely deliver Ireland yet another non-qualification

Séamus Mór
Séamus Mór
4 months ago
Reply to  lol

TBH I’d say many LLS regulars wont be voting for any of them as televoting isn’t their thing.