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Six acts were battling it out on Eurosong 2024 – Ireland’s selection for Eurovision in Malmö. The choice was made on long-time running talk show The Late Late Show. At the end of the night, Bambie Thug was declared victorious with “Doomsday Blue” and will fly the Irish flag in Sweden. 

This year’s Eurosong showed a wide variety of songs and a new generation of Irish voices made it to the Irish selection show. After a day-by-day song reveal on RTÉ Radio 1’s The Ray D’Arcy Show, the public and jury had to choose between Ailsha, Bambie Thug, Erica-Cody, Isabelle Kearney, JyellowL and Next in Line

You could watch Eurosong 2024 on RTÉ One and on RTÉ Player worldwide. All the action kicked off at 21:35 GMT (22:35 CET).

Bambie Thug will represent Ireland at Eurovision 2024 with “Doomsday Blue”

Eurosong 2024 results

Results

Similarly to previous editions of the selection, the Irish entrant for Eurovision 2024 was determined by a combination of votes from: a national jury, an international jury, and the public. 

Our very own Deban Aderemi was the chairperson of the four-person international jury. They did not vote based on the live performance the public saw. Instead, they voted earlier based on dress rehearsal footage. We should point out that while Deban announced the points for the international jury, his individual rankings did not necessarily align with the final tally from the jury. 

The four-piece national jury consisted of a panel headed by Tracy Clifford, a presenter on RTÉ 2fm – the country’s most popular pop music radio station. The international jury consisted of four experts from a wide range of countries. 

The national jury, international jury, and public vote each counted for a third of the the total score.

Overall results

  1. Bambie Thug – “Doomsday Blue” (32 points)
  2. Next in Line – “Love Like Us” (24 points)
  3. Ailsha – “Go Tobann” (24 points)
  4. Erica-Cody – “Love Me Like I Do” (22 points)
  5. JyellowL – “Judas” (16 points)
  6. Isabelle Kearney – “Let Me Be The Fire” (8 points)

International jury (1/3)

  1. Next in Line – “Love Like Us” (12 points)
  2. Erica-Cody – “Love Me Like I Do” (10 points)
  3. Bambie Thug – “Doomsday Blue” (8 points)
  4. Ailsha – “Go Tobann” (6 points)
  5. JyellowL – “Judas” (4 points)
  6. Isabelle Kearney – “Let Me Be The Fire” (2 points)

National jury (1/3)

  1. Bambie Thug – “Doomsday Blue” (12 points)
  2. Ailsha – “Go Tobann” (10 points)
  3. JyellowL – “Judas” (8 points) 
  4. Erica-Cody – “Love Me Like I Do” (6 points)
  5. Isabelle Kearney – “Let Me Be The Fire” (4 points)
  6. Next in Line – “Love Like Us” (2 points)

Televoting (1/3)

  1. Bambie Thug – “Doomsday Blue” (12 points)
  2. Next in Line – “Love Like Us” (10 points)
  3. Ailsha – “Go Tobann” (8 points)
  4. Erica-Cody – “Love Me Like I Do” (6 points)
  5. JyellowL – “Judas” (4 points)
  6. Isabelle Kearney – “Let Me Be The Fire” (2 points)

What are your thoughts on Eurosong 2024? Was Bambie Thug your favourite act tonight? Are you happy with the results? Let us know in the comments down below!

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Anonymous098
Anonymous098
2 months ago

Wannabe Marilyn Manson for sure

Amaia
Amaia
2 months ago

Horrible music imo, but I’m glad they chose something that isn’t generic

Sebas
Sebas
2 months ago

The amount of comments on this article tells me enough, it’s qualifying

Musiclover
2 months ago

This is awful. NQ

Murphy
Murphy
2 months ago

Is this a forum 4 kids ?
if so can understand them not understanding doomsday blue
poor little creatures

Murphy
Murphy
2 months ago

Blasted it on Spotify
the lyrics are brilliant
the singer is brilliant
and europe will love it
who won’t like it ? Nerds with autism
sadly

Jonas
Jonas
2 months ago
Reply to  Murphy

Bambie Thug would surely distance herself from such autism-shaming. Please think again.

Jonas
Jonas
2 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Themsrlves

truths
truths
2 months ago

I hope people realise this isn’t a generic song. It’s a song meant for EUROVISION to stand out. Not for the radio. Obviously it’s not going to be everyone’s cup of tea but I think it could be a winner ????

Bejba
Bejba
2 months ago
Reply to  truths

A Winner ?? More Like A Loser From The Pitts Of Hell

truths
truths
2 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

Again learn to spell if you’re trying to make a point. Pits*

Murphy
Murphy
2 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

Poor babe no taste in music

TheDrMistery
TheDrMistery
2 months ago

Cacophony. Terrible.

truths
truths
2 months ago
Reply to  TheDrMistery

I’d like to see you do better Dr Mistery?

Bejba
Bejba
2 months ago
Reply to  truths

I Could Sneze And It Would Be More Artful Than This Garbaje , Its Travisty Irish Thinks This Is Apropriete

truths
truths
2 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

First of all if you want to make a point learn to spell. And second of all no one wants to see you sneeze please next time your trying to make a point try harder!

Murphy
Murphy
2 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

did U want the sound of music ? Or Mary poppins? Live with it – this song is going to be in the top 5

Laampa
Laampa
2 months ago

Worst song EVER, and the screams at the end are MUCH more creepy than Lordi’s ENTIRE winning song. I hope either that Bambie Thug chooses to boycott Eurovision due to the participation of Israel or that this song will end last in the semi-final

Indre
Indre
2 months ago

I really loved the song from the first listen. So I just hope the right staging and a good performance will really help the song reach a wider audience. I get that it’s not for everything but it’s definitely for me ?

Ted
Ted
2 months ago

I look forward to rehearsal week for this one. The late show performances are all a bit “tesco value” range and does nothing to sell the song to me. I just hope that this doesn’t come across as a something more suited to a fringe comedy event when it gets to ESC stage. As it stands, this song won’t give Ireland their 8th win, but it’s interesting enough to ensure it won’t come last in the semi’s Part of me was hoping Ireland would have come back fighting to try and claim back their title of countries with most wins.… Read more »

Voice_Of_Reason
Voice_Of_Reason
2 months ago

This is good. Welcome back Ireland. A big winner contender.

Europotato
Europotato
2 months ago

I love the fact that Ireland have caused a civil war in these comments. Nothing like causing a stir.

Paul
Paul
2 months ago

So everyone is saying Tim Burton inspired staging… I agree, but I think we need to add in Guillermo de Toro as inspiration.

poe-tay-toe-chips
poe-tay-toe-chips
2 months ago

Not a lot of people are going to understand this. I uhhh, don’t either.

vetrina
vetrina
2 months ago

cringey and unbearable to listen. Definitely a NON-Q

Emkay
Emkay
2 months ago

This actually gives Ireland a lot of potential. But they will have to present and stage it right.

Patrick
Patrick
2 months ago
Reply to  Emkay

That’s just another way of saying its a dud

Emkay
Emkay
2 months ago
Reply to  Patrick

Don’t be coming on here acting like the obnoxious pop stans on twitter. We don’t need that in this community.

Bejba
Bejba
2 months ago
Reply to  Emkay

No One Cares For Your Sensetive Feelings . She Was Just Sharing Her Opinons …

truths
truths
2 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

ur so obsessed with this song as u have commented more than 20 times hating on it in one post!

Jesse O'Rourke
Jesse O'Rourke
2 months ago

NO !!!

Henry
Henry
2 months ago

Poor Ireland…

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
2 months ago

Bambie’s music is just not my sort of music, i more like somewhat catchier, easy listening, anthemic

okay sorry for the insults, but unlikely i’ll ever like this genre lol

Efthymios
Efthymios
2 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Are you 24/7 on this forum? Jesus Christ… Do you ever take any breaks? : D

por no estar
por no estar
2 months ago
Reply to  Efthymios

what a terrible comment. Let people do and voice their opinion. Its a free speech platform

Héctor
Héctor
2 months ago

The most interesting one. The studio version have some interesting points that lose strengh with the live performance but I hope they can set up a good show in May. It has potential to develope.

It was my fav and I didn’t though Ireland would go for it after the safe choices the’ve been making.

“Go Tabann” fell too in the middle-of-the-road in the end to outstand. The others weren’t enough to qualify and had less potential.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Héctor

I felt Doomsday Blue was really elevated live.

MaxESC
MaxESC
2 months ago

I agree. I liked the added elements live such as the witchy laugh at the start. I liked the colour scheme, the costumes and the choreography and thought it was elevated as much as they could for the LLS setting. This was about doing enough to secure the ticket to Malmo and now there is freedom and time to fly Bambie to the moon( not the stars?). I think backing singers( off stage) are needed and more dancers for Malmo but I 100% tryst Bambie and what they will do for Malmo.

Europotato
Europotato
2 months ago
Reply to  Héctor

There’s a guy on YouTube who fixed the audio for this performance and it sounds way better. Check it out. Kubas eurovison

Geale
Geale
2 months ago

Is this seriously the best Ireland has to offer these days?

Murphy
Murphy
2 months ago
Reply to  Geale

Are I seriously so narrow minded u can’t actually hear ?? Really ?

Marcus
Marcus
2 months ago

Last year, Germany also thought, let’s do something shocking and provocative and then we will get at least some points. Well…

Brutus
Brutus
2 months ago
Reply to  Marcus

Except it wasn’t shocking, that’s why it did so badly.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Brutus

Cha Cha Cha absorbed Lord of the Lost, Joker Out and Voyager’s votes.

58 Points (JE)
2 months ago

Lord of the Lost almost literally sang the same sentence over and over again 20 times. That’s not a song unless you’re a toddler.

TheDrMistery
TheDrMistery
2 months ago
Reply to  58 Points (JE)

That’s how “Heroes” or “Sound of Silence” choruses were also constructed and they were celebrated by the juries as manna from Heaven.

Bejba
Bejba
2 months ago
Reply to  Marcus

Sadly Lord Of Lost Was Just Allful 0/10 Thats Why They Did So Bad . Ireland Is Allfull Plus Its A Satanic Ritual Song So People Unfortunetly Will Wote For It …

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Marcus

It wasnt though, it was rock.

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
2 months ago

Personally, I liked ‘Go Tobann’. There was so much there to work off and so much potential for tweaking and perfecting in time for the ESC. Like the tin whistle could’ve been cleaned up and sharpened, the music video could’ve been utilised a lot more and had some insane dancers that fused Irish dancing with some angst that wouldve made an interesting spectacle. Sadly however, it was performed like a school show. And I don’t mean the classroom theme (because I get the message), but the performance had no structure, was chaotic and you lost Ailsha in the performance when… Read more »

Jofty
Jofty
2 months ago
Reply to  AMAAN STORM

I don’t want to be mean, but as a native speaker I found Ailsha’s “Irish” very difficult to understand. And the backing track and performance appeared “influenced” by Dancing Lasha Tumbai.

Murphy
Murphy
2 months ago
Reply to  Jofty

agree

Dida
Dida
2 months ago

OMG, this is a total mess. Ireland is a definite NQ, the song is terrible, terrible…

Gil
Gil
2 months ago

Last place, why? bad song, bad performancw and un addition ireland supports the te rror organisation ha mas…lasr placw indeed

Tulilintu
Tulilintu
2 months ago
Reply to  Gil

Disco rayado de propaganda

Darren
Darren
2 months ago
Reply to  Gil

Wiwi has also stopped reporting on Israeli Eurovision preparations, why don’t you do us a favour and boycott them? You just look like an attention seeker now

Gil
Gil
2 months ago
Reply to  Darren

Its understood, and wiwiblogs love israel, thats why….btw israwl will send the best singer ever, no real competition to israel this year, in your face te rror supporter

Darren
Darren
2 months ago
Reply to  Gil

Change the record you sad bas tard
You’re a laughable excuse.

Also you must have read me wrong, I said Wiwi isn’t reporting on Israel because of what they’re doing.

So again, why are you still here te rror supporter?

por no estar
por no estar
2 months ago
Reply to  Gil

Bambie Thug has actually very clearly spoken out against the genocide against the Palestinians.

Eurobitchin
Eurobitchin
2 months ago

The classroom staging for Go Tobann was pretty cringe and the baby voice was very off-putting but I still think that was by far the best song of the bunch

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
2 months ago

Question – why would a country choose a song like this to represent them at Esc but then their “professional jury” would vote for the most mainstream songs on the Eurovision Final?

Jo.
Jo.
2 months ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

lol so true, they sure love some scandipop

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
2 months ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

That’s because jury at ESC doesn’t work the way they should. But in general it always makes people excited to send a song that has tele potential than jury potential or that is just unique and different.

Denis
Denis
2 months ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

A jury is never supposed to agree with the public, that’s the point. People seem to think juries should be there to confirm audience vote, to say ” good job.
But why having them if they go for the popular vote?

Tino
Tino
2 months ago

I’m generally not a fan of choas but this one, it is something. I like it since forst listen and I don’t know why. I just like it. It was in fact the obly song I liked in the irish selection.
I don’t know how well it could do in Malmö but I do hope they work a lot on the vocals and the staging so they can offer Ireland its best result since a long time.
It’s currently my favorite song this year but it will change quickly with other countries. Well done Ireland 🙂

Grft
Grft
2 months ago

Wouldve prefered Ailsha but thanks Ireland for rewarding originality in your top2 🙂

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
2 months ago
Reply to  Grft

originality? freakshow monsters are sooooo 2006 – Lordi did it first lols

Kobe
Kobe
2 months ago
Reply to  Grft

I wonder what’s original about Doomsday Blue.

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
2 months ago
Reply to  Kobe

I think they were referring to its darkness. That witchiness and druidry that you don’t ever see in an Irish national final. It’s usually weak pop.

Sherlock
Sherlock
2 months ago

National Jury, televote, audience, and panel all wanted to #sendthewitch… We made ‘our’ choice. I love it… Not because of all this risk nonsense as I don’t care how we do score-wise… Impossible to tell… But because it a novel, fun, varied, and creative piece.

They did their own production, graphics, costumes etc. cool if you don’t like it… But be nice and accepting.

And have a listen to other Bambi Thug tracks… It’s they’re genre… Not a ESC gimmick.

Over and out for me… Too nasty in here this morning… And 3-months to go… Meh!

Sherlock
Sherlock
2 months ago
Reply to  Sherlock

PS: my message was number 666… witchy 🙂

Michael Crosse
Michael Crosse
2 months ago
Reply to  Sherlock

You’re own comment is one of the nastier ones

Patrick
Patrick
2 months ago
Reply to  Michael Crosse

Well said

Michael Crosse
Michael Crosse
2 months ago
Reply to  Michael Crosse

What I was trying to state was that, you said it is nonsense for folk here to state that Bambi is a bit of a risk,is as nasty a commment as has been made here,as I have fully supported Bambi from day one ,I was one of the people who said it could be a bit of a risk but I fullly supported her winning it

Sherlock
Sherlock
2 months ago
Reply to  Michael Crosse

Read it again… I said ‘I’ don’t care about the ‘risk taking’ aka sending something soley because it risky or gimmicky… As I don’t care how we score… I only care that it represents something creative. Some posters here are being exceptionally rude to ‘people’… They’re not ‘acts’… They’re living people who don’t deserve nastiness. You can express opinion without vitriol. Fun Banter during live shows is one thing, usually, in Ireland, directed at the TV station, but cutting people down is not on, and undeserved. Just clarifying, I hope politely, as you altered you message. Nothing personal. Enjoy your… Read more »

Michael Crosse
Michael Crosse
2 months ago
Reply to  Sherlock

Ok thanks for clarifying you’re comment.

Michael Crosse
Michael Crosse
2 months ago
Reply to  Michael Crosse

Ok I’m 14 under par for misinterpreting a comment

Michael Crosse
Michael Crosse
2 months ago
Reply to  Michael Crosse

14 over par I should have said

Eve
Eve
2 months ago
Reply to  Sherlock

The only choice was made . Thank you Ireland for sending the witch !

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
2 months ago
Reply to  Sherlock

this freak show act is one huge gimmick though, gross nf winner, Erica Cody was robbed

Denis
Denis
2 months ago
Reply to  Sherlock

Is it really a novelty act though?

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
2 months ago
Reply to  Denis

yes, but more an act like musical theatre i think

Patrick
Patrick
2 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

More like a sixth form project

Thanos
Thanos
2 months ago

So let’s make some things clear. For me this song has nothing to do with past joke/satiricsl entries that many people seem to compare it with here (e.g. Mama SC). I would parallelize the effort here more to other alternative entries like Telemoveis. I listened to this song for the first time now and it certainly intrigued me. It had some creative ideas that were really nice and had potential. Ultimately though, I do find it chaotic. I didn’t like the live performance either, but I am aware it will perhaps be completely different at ESC. For now I will… Read more »

Rdrd
Rdrd
2 months ago

Late late show is low budget, the acoustics are poor, the acts are limited with staging and the sound is notoriously bad. With that in mind was any performance great lady night? NO! But we have all seen Ireland choose terrible songs during NF and improve come the main show. This year Ireland has a bit of a head start, in that we have selected a very divisive song. People who hate it will hate it, but the people who love it will really love it. It’s certainly not middle of the road and I believe that is where Ireland… Read more »

Patrick
Patrick
2 months ago
Reply to  Rdrd

That would be Brooke Scullion , poundland Dua Lipa who failed.to scrape through a poor semi final? Great

MaxESC
MaxESC
2 months ago
Reply to  Patrick

The comment was that Brooke improved massively from the LLS which it did- FACT!

Patrick
Patrick
2 months ago
Reply to  MaxESC

Enough to fail to scrape through a poor semi final. Big whup. She couldn’t sing either. And all the deluded called her song (loosely termed) “risky” and “something different” too

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
2 months ago
Reply to  Patrick

Brooke did alright though, she had fun in Turin, will never forget her ”olé olé olé” post performance, that was simply iconic

influenced by Dua Lipa and tbh Dua is current so it is a compliment for her i guess

Patrick
Patrick
2 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Poundland version

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
2 months ago
Reply to  Patrick

We’re all practically adults in here. You don’t have to lower yourself to sniping and bit**ing and getting personal about a performer who doesn’t know of your existence.

Also, in response to your comment, Brooke was NOTHING like Dua Lipa. People need to stop looking to desperately compare artists. She had her own package which clearly wasn’t your thing, and that’s fine. But stop being a hormonal teenager in the comments section.

Patrick
Patrick
2 months ago
Reply to  AMAAN STORM

She tried to ne Dua Lipa. More Dire Lipa though. And once again, her tuneless warbling of a horrendously poor song FAILED to scrape through a aub par semi final.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Rdrd

Bambie Thug’s was, that’s why she had great clapping and cheering afterwards and people chanting “BAMBIE, BAMBIE, BAMBIE!” and why she won

Benji
Benji
2 months ago

Croatia’s “Mama SC” sounded weird too but it was partially due to the anti-Russian sentiments around Europe that it did quite well with the televoting. The Irish entry can’t count on that sort of additional points.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Benji

It’s not a joke or message song.

Bobzaroo
Bobzaroo
2 months ago

I’m very happy with the result. Going into the live show Ailsha was my favourite followed by Bambie Thug. However the live performances changed this, I thought Bambie Thug was outstanding. Bambie, given financial constraints as they are not signed (paid for the dancers, costumes, makeup themselves) and the limitations of the LateLate set (acoustics, limited camera angles) really did come up with a comprehensive package that rte can put money behind to translate it to the big stage. How the song was delivered really made it easy for me to decide on how to vote. I love the “Nightmare… Read more »

Gmisk
Gmisk
2 months ago

Something incredibly dodgy going on with that international jury vote, wiwibloggs should be embarrassed. Is Deban going to discuss it?

Boo
Boo
2 months ago
Reply to  Gmisk

Do you want to Interrogate him and make him give a public apology?

Jake
Jake
2 months ago
Reply to  Gmisk

Is he not suppose to have his own opinion? Do you really think if this song gets out of the semi with only televote—a sane professional jury member will place this song in the top 10? The only way to get jury votes is to be in the top 10 of 26 songs. ESC juries don’t vote on how risky or different a song is for a country. They consider voice, composition, lyrical content, presentation, etc

Alan
Alan
2 months ago
Reply to  Jake

That’s BS everyone knows it’s not a song contest anymore. You either have to stand out and be different or have a political statement.

Alan
Alan
2 months ago
Reply to  Gmisk

Totally agree. Since when does Deban give top marks to a boyband , even if he was out numbered they wouldn’t haven’t got the top marks. Defo something suspicious going on

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
2 months ago

Irlanda 7/12

Sebas
Sebas
2 months ago

Im surprised by the amount of negativity, not gonna lie. Have yall seen the live performance? Its pretty good already and it can only get bigger and better. Especially those last 30 seconds are STRONG! I’d say Ireland is back in the final!

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
2 months ago
Reply to  Sebas

Ireland is nowhere near back in the final, hopefully this generic stench will celebrate a well deserved 0 points last place result

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Sebas

The fact people are so polarised excites me: reactors are certainly loving it but the contrast means people who love it will upvote it – there’s no way to downvote a song in Eurovision! Songs that had this effect include Hatrid Mun Sigra, Mama SC and Cha Cha Cha.

MaxESC
MaxESC
2 months ago

Exactly this! I was one of those who was worried about people voting for the boyband on Friday so I voted more than I would have normally for Bambie and got friends( who would not have voted for anyone) vote for Bambie. I did not vote last year for WY because it was meh! The haters can hate but that will just push up the votes and not take votes away.

Ria NL
Ria NL
2 months ago

Sorry Ireland. I don’t like this terrible song

Dominic
Dominic
2 months ago

Congrats to Bambie Thug! Ireland made a good choice! Good luck in Malmo!

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
2 months ago
Reply to  Dominic

very typical of Ireland to go with a generic plastic swede to Malmo UGH

could they just withdraw next year pls

Eoin
Eoin
2 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Lol, salty Brit I’m guessing with all the comments you’re making ??

Jonny
Jonny
2 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Could you withdraw, please?

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
2 months ago
Reply to  Jonny

no

Emily
Emily
2 months ago

To be frank I didn’t really like any of the entries here, but I’m glad Ireland are going for something different. May take a few listens for me to get into it properly, but well done to the Irish public for picking this one over the generic boyband!

Sherlock
Sherlock
2 months ago
Reply to  Emily

National Jury, televote, audience, and panel all wanted to #sendthewitch… We made ‘our’ choice. I love it… Not because of all this risk nonsense as I don’t care how we do score-wise… Impossible to tell… But because it a novel, fun, varied, and creative piece.

They did their own production, graphics, costumes etc. cool if you don’t like it… But be nice and accepting.

And have a listen to other Bambi Thug tracks… It’s they’re genre… Not a ESC gimmick.

Over and out for me… Too nasty in here this morning… And 3-months to go… Meh!

Sherlock
Sherlock
2 months ago
Reply to  Emily

Sorry Emily… Somehow I ‘replied’ to your message… I meant to just write a message… Nothing above meant for you. Enjoy your day.

Emily
Emily
2 months ago
Reply to  Sherlock

Hahaha, no worries. You enjoy your day, too!

Murphy
Murphy
2 months ago

Some Folk hear are clueless lol

PP77
PP77
2 months ago

Why Ireland is afraid to sent song in irish language. Ailsha was my favourite.

Murphy
Murphy
2 months ago
Reply to  PP77

The school desk reminded us of the uk entry years ago – best forgotten

Emily
Emily
2 months ago
Reply to  Murphy

The ghost of Daz Sampson will forever haunt us.

Darren
Darren
2 months ago
Reply to  PP77

Because it was bad.

Seamus
Seamus
2 months ago
Reply to  PP77

I would like to see a song in Irish but not this one, her pronunciation was appalling, for example instead of saying “briste” for broken she was saying “?ríste” which means trousers, then she did something similar for “cliste” (intelligent).

Gmisk
Gmisk
2 months ago
Reply to  PP77

Because it was absolutely abysmal live

Nikki
Nikki
2 months ago

Look, i have a soft spot for weirdos, but this…this ain’t it. I’m sorry Ireland, but this one is going to the bottom of the barrel.

Murphy
Murphy
2 months ago
Reply to  Nikki

Wow let’s see eh
sorry your boyband didn’t win lol

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
2 months ago
Reply to  Murphy

Next In Line have a good song, will keep listening to it, and i myself will just ignore the freakshow loser

Eoin
Eoin
2 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Alright Louis

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago

And now Ireland is 17th in the odds!

Kobe
Kobe
2 months ago

I imagine a lot of Irish people betting right now lol

ESC Commentator
ESC Commentator
2 months ago

I just don’t buy it.. I understand she wanted to be original but it sounds and looks just cheap and boring.. not sure if Bambie can actually sing, her vocal is very shaky. Silvia Night 2.0. I definitely prefer st. Pedro and his „Dos extraños”, that’s the quality!

Murphy
Murphy
2 months ago

Really ? Listen to her album and listen to the song last summer stripped Back before you make ludicrous claims

Benji
Benji
2 months ago

Croatia’s “Mama Š?” sounded weird too but it was partially due to the anti-Russian sentiments around Europe that it did quite well with the televoting. The Irish entry can’t count on that kind of additional points.

Bejba
Bejba
2 months ago
Reply to  Benji

No One Cares

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
2 months ago

at least now we also know the winner in croatia, obviously nothing can go wrong for Baby Lasagna now 😉

Itchymonkey
Itchymonkey
2 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

I think the winner so far barring a political Iceland win is either Croatia or Ukraine.
Slovenia if set right could be a challenger with staging potential.

PP77
PP77
2 months ago
Reply to  Itchymonkey

Ukraine 4 th victory. But more deserved then 2016 and especially 2022.

Murphy
Murphy
2 months ago
Reply to  Itchymonkey

How can u know the winner when countries haven’t picked their songs – total idiot

Alessio Gori
2 months ago
Reply to  Itchymonkey

Why in the odds Iceland Is 1°??

Alessio Gori
2 months ago
Reply to  Itchymonkey

Why Iceland Is 1° in the Odds?

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
2 months ago
Reply to  Itchymonkey

Delulu

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
2 months ago

Bambie Thug loser, loser and retire your career

withdraw from this contest, instead of further embarrassing Ireland

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
2 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

It’s just a song and a Eurovision entry, no need for hatred!

Jean-Paul
2 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Please behave like you possess some braincells, I am embarrassed to be Dutch. You are just a frustrated troll.

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
2 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Of course you’d say all this under an anonymous moniker! You should withdraw from this comments section and dissappear under your bridge.

Dickie
Dickie
2 months ago

I really enjoyed the show, it has such an authentic and friendly vibe, and I’m delighted with the outcome. The right song won, I thought the staging of what is a very tricky vocal (lol!) was great and there’s plenty of time to add polish. One to watch.