It’s again! Eurovision 2022 is going down in Turin, Italy this yr and we’re excited to have our responsible pleasure on screens as soon as once more.
Ireland had a large number of victories by the 1980’s and 1990’s and right here’s hoping we might be profitable with the assistance of Brooke Scullion.
Here is all the things you’ll want to know concerning the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest.
When and what time is it on at?
This yr’s Eurovision Song Contest will start on Tuesday, 10 May with the primary semi-final. The second semi will air dwell on Thursday, 12 May with the grand ultimate airing on Saturday, 14 May.
Who is representing Ireland?
Derry lady, Brooke Scullion will probably be waving the tricolour for Ireland together with her upbeat observe That’s Rich.
The 23-year-old will take to the stage within the second semi-final on Thursday within the hopes of reaching the ultimate which hasn’t been carried out by Ireland since 2018 with Ryan O’Shaughnessy’s track Together.
Brooke would possibly look acquainted to some as she has appeared as an additional in Derry Girls and Game of Thrones.
Back in 2020 she completed third in The Voice UK the place she was mentored by Meghan Trainor.
Speaking on the Late Late Show, the singer mentioned: “I know Ireland has, like, a massive history in Eurovision and, for me, my main goal at this rate is qualifying.
“So to even get us again in the best way of competing once more can be my aim.
“Actually, the UK can vote for me, which means that the North of Ireland can vote, which is a really, really strong position to be in.”
Where can I watch it?
The Eurovision Song Contest Semi-Finals will probably be broadcast dwell on RTE2, RTE Player and RTE Radio 1 on Tuesday, 10 May and Thursday, 12 May at 8pm with legend Marty Whelan commentating.
The Grand Final will happen on Saturday, 14 May at 8pm and you’ll observe it dwell on RTE One, RTE Player and RTE Radio 1.
Who’s anticipated to win?
Ukraine’s entry, rap group Kalush Orchestra, is predicted to choose up loads of votes.
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