Eurovision 2009

Well it seems like only yesterday when Dustin disgracefully graced the stage of Belgrade representing (badly) Ireland, the most successful Eurovision nation with Seven wins under their belt. Alas we failed to qualify for the final and had to hang our heads in eurovision shame-not for the first time in recent years.

Yet as another year rolls around we are again hopeful that we can conquer the unconquerable-Well at least QUALIFY for the final on Saturday the 16th May in Moscow. This year our hopes lie with Sinead Mulvey and Black Daisy who both were contestants on the Talent search show “You’re A Star”. Their entry is entitled “Et Cetera”. When I heard it first I was decidedly dubious and frankly disappointed at the nations choice. However, after a few listens the song has grown on me alot and I am now interested in how we wil fair. Lets not be too ambitious though. I think a top 10 finish in the final would be a great achievement for a nation who has struggled to tally points in double figures over the last few years!

Currently, according to Paddy Power we are at 80/1 to win. Make of that what you will. You can check out all our competion at the Official Eurovision Website!

All I can say to end is thank God its not a turkey this year!!!

Good Luck To Everyone Involved!:D


~ by slayton491 on May 11, 2009.

2 Responses to “Eurovision 2009”

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