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Wild Youth will represent Ireland at Eurovision 2023 with 'We Are One'



Wild Youth have won 'Eurosong' 2023 on 'The Late Late Show' with 'We Are One'. Wild Youth will represent Ireland at Eurovision 2023 in Liverpool.


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



The international jury results:

  1. Connolly – 'Midnight Summer Night' - 12 points

  2. Wild Youth – 'We Are One' - 10 points

  3. Adgy – 'Too Good for Your Love' - 8 points

  4. Public Image Limited – 'Hawaii' - 6 points

  5. K Muni & ND – 'Down in the Rain' - 4 points

  6. Leila Jane – 'Wild' - 2 points

The national jury results:

  1. Wild Youth – 'We Are One' - 12 points

  2. Connolly – 'Midnight Summer Night' - 10 points

  3. K Muni & ND – 'Down in the Rain' - 8 points

  4. Public Image Limited – 'Hawaii' - 6 points

  5. Adgy – 'Too Good for Your Love' - 4 points

  6. Leila Jane – 'Wild' - 2 points


The televote results:

  1. Wild Youth – 'We Are One' - 12 points

  2. Connolly – 'Midnight Summer Night' - 10 points

  3. K Muni & ND – 'Down in the Rain' - 8 points

  4. Public Image Limited – 'Hawaii' - 6 points

  5. Adgy – 'Too Good for Your Love' - 4 points

  6. Leila Jane – 'Wild' - 2 points


Overall results:



Ireland first competed at Eurovision in 1965 and went on to become a powerhouse. Ireland holds the record for the most victories with a staggering seven wins, three of which were in consecutive years from 1992 to 1994. Johnny Logan won the Contest for Ireland in 1980 and 1987, making him the only person to win Eurovision more than once.


Unfortunately over the last decade Ireland have only managed to qualify to the Eurovision Grand Final twice with the last time being in 2018.


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