Listen to the Irish entries for Eurosong 2023

Irish broadcaster, RTÉ has released the entries for their national selection Eurosong 2023.

The Irish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will be chosen in Eurosong 2023, a special edition of the Late Late Show. It will take place on 3rd of February. Like last year, the decision about the act which will wave the Irish flag at the contest will be made by a combined vote of a national jury, international jury and audience voting.

 

I am really impressed by the quality and standard of the six acts we have in our Eurosong final this year. The Eurovision Song Contest is a global phenomenon, and the competition is getting harder every year, but whichever of our six finalists gets to represent Ireland in Liverpool in May I’ve no doubt they will represent us brilliantly, winning new fans all over the world.

Michael Kealy, Irish HoD 

This morning on the The Ryan Tubridy Show on RTÉ Radio 1, the snippets of all six entries were revealed. The full versions were released shortly after on the official RTÉ website and you can check them out HERE  or below

  • ADGY – “Too Good for Your Love”

  • Connolly – “Midnight Summer Night”

  • Leila Jane – “Wild”

  • K Muni & ND – “Down in the Rain”

  • Public Image Limited – “Hawaii”

Vote for YOUR favorite in Ireland's Eurosong 2023!
  • ADGY - Too Good For Your Love 35%, 374 votes
    374 votes 35%
    374 votes - 35% of all votes
  • Leila Jane - Wild 24%, 258 votes
    258 votes 24%
    258 votes - 24% of all votes
  • Connolly - Midnight Summer Night 17%, 185 votes
    185 votes 17%
    185 votes - 17% of all votes
  • Wild Youth - We Are One 14%, 147 votes
    147 votes 14%
    147 votes - 14% of all votes
  • Public Image Limited - Hawaii 7%, 73 votes
    73 votes 7%
    73 votes - 7% of all votes
  • K Muni and ND - Down In The Rain 3%, 31 vote
    31 vote 3%
    31 vote - 3% of all votes
Total Votes: 1068
January 9, 2023 - February 4, 2023
Voting is closed

At last year’s edition of the contest, Brooke represented Ireland with “That’s Rich”. After receiving 47 points she ended the contest in 15th place in the second semi-final. You can check out the performance below.

What are your thoughts about the six hopefuls to represent Ireland at Eurovision 2023? Which one is your favourite to win the selection? Let us know in the comments below and at our social media @escbubble

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