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Brooke will represent Ireland in Turin for Eurovision 2022 with 'That's Rich'



Brooke Scullion has won 'Eurosong' 2022 on 'The Late Late Show: Eurovision Special' with 'That's Rich'. She will represent Ireland at Eurovision 2022 in Turin.


Six songs were in the running in the Irish national selection process which aired on RTÉ.


'That's Rich' was co-written by Brooke Scullion with Izzy Warner and Karl Zine.



The international jury results:


1. Brooke - 'That's Rich' - 12 points

2. Patrick O'Sullivan - 'One Night, One Kiss, One Promise' - 10 points

3. Janet Grogan - 'Ashes of Yesterday' - 8 points

4. Miles Graham - 'Yeah, We're Gonna Get Out of It' - 6 points

5. Rachel Goode - 'I'm Loving Me' - 4 points

6. Brendan Murray - 'Real Love' - 2 points

The studio jury results:


1. Janet Grogan - 'Ashes of Yesterday' - 12 points

2. Miles Graham - 'Yeah, We're Gonna Get Out of It' - 10 points

3. Brendan Murray - 'Real Love' - 8 points

4. Patrick O'Sullivan - 'One Night, One Kiss, One Promise' - 6 points

5. Brooke - 'That's Rich' - 4 points

6. Rachel Goode - 'I'm Loving Me' - 2 points



The televote results:


1. Brooke - 'That's Rich' - 12 points

2. Rachel Goode - 'I'm Loving Me' - 10 points

3. Miles Graham - 'Yeah, We're Gonna Get Out of It' - 8 points

4. Patrick O'Sullivan - 'One Night, One Kiss, One Promise' - 6 points

5. Janet Grogan - 'Ashes of Yesterday' - 4 points

6. Brendan Murray - 'Real Love' - 2 points


Overall results:


Last year Ireland came in 16th place in the first semi-final, with Lesley Roy's entry 'Maps'. Ireland are a Eurovision powerhouse having won the Contest a record breaking seven times. They last won the Contest in 1996 with 'The Voice' by Eimear Quinn.


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