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Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest

Ireland 2021 Reaction

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Ireland in Eurovision

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Ireland 2020 Reaction

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Ireland 2019 Reaction

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Euro-play 2021 Results

Your most favourite song from Ireland in Eurovision is

Hold Me Now by Johnny Logan(1987) with 19.6% of the votes

Lipstick by Jedward(2011) is on the 2nd place with 15.7% of the votes

And Rock ‘n’ Roll Kids by Paul Harrington & Charlie McGettigan(1994)

as well as Together by Ryan O’Shaughnessy(2018) are on the 3rd place with 9.8% of the votes

Listen to your most favourite song!

Ireland.

Ireland has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 53 times since making its debut at the 1965 contest in Naples, missing only two contests since then (1983 and 2002). The contest final is broadcast in Ireland on RTÉ One. Ireland has a record total of seven wins, and is the only country to have won three times consecutively. Ireland’s seven wins were achieved by Dana with “All Kinds of Everything” (1970), Johnny Logan with “What’s Another Year” (1980) and “Hold Me Now” (1987), Linda Martin with “Why Me” (1992), Niamh Kavanagh with “In Your Eyes” (1993), Paul Harrington and Charlie McGettigan with “Rock ‘n’ Roll Kids” (1994) and Eimear Quinn with “The Voice” (1996). Johnny Logan is the only performer to have won twice and also wrote the 1992 winning entry. Ireland, who also finished second with Sean Dunphy (1967), Linda Martin (1984), Liam Reilly (1990) and Marc Roberts (1997), has a total of 18 top five results.