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Vote: What's The Best Irish Eurovision Entry Since The Last Time Ireland Won In 1996?

Vote: What's The Best Irish Eurovision Entry Since The Last Time Ireland Won In 1996?

Oh, Eurovision. We haven't had the best luck in recent years, have we? Some people would say the majority of our songs were absolute rubbish and some would disagree. Sure look, if we don't get through to the semi-finals this year at least we know what the best song was since the last time we won? It's all about participation, am I right?! Vote here for the best song we've entered into the Eurovision since 1997. G'wan, you know you want to:

 

In which year did Ireland send its best song to Eurovision?

1997: Marc Roberts "Mysterious Woman"
1998: Dawn Martin "Is Always Over Now"
1999: The Mullans "When You Need Me"
2000: Eamonn Toal "Millennium of Love"
2001: Gary O' Shaughnessy "Without Your Love"
2003: Mickey Harte "We've Got The World"
2004: Chris Doran "If My World Stopped Turning"
2005: Donna and Joe "Love?"
2006: Brian Kennedy "Every Song Is A Cry for Love"
2007: Dervish "They Can't Stop the Spring"
2008: Dustin The Turkey "Irelande Douze Pointe"
2009: Sinéad Mulvey & Black Daisy "Et Cetera"
2010: Niamh Kavanagh "It's For You"
2011: Jedward "Lipstick"
2012: Jedward "Waterline"
2013: Ryan Dolan "Only Love Survives"
2014: Can-linn feat. Kasey Smith "Heartbeat"
2015: Molly Sterling "Playing With Numbers"
2016: Nicky Byrne "Sunlight"
2017: Brendan Murray "Dying To Try"

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We will reveal the results of the vote next week after we find out if Brendan Murray makes it through to Saturday's final.

 

Check out our entry for this year's Eurovision "Dying for Love" sung by Brendan Murray:

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Also Read: Here's All The Juicy Details About Eurovision 2017

 

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