29 Sept 2022

Jedward top poll to find Ireland's Greatest Ever Eurovision Song

Jedward top poll to find  Ireland's Greatest Ever Eurovision Song

The thousands of votes have been counted and it's official, 'Lipstick' by Jedward has been selected as Ireland's Greatest Ever Eurovision Song.

The twins received 54% of the total vote well ahead of 'The Voice' by Eimear Quinn which received 18% of the vote. 

Paul Harrington and Charlie McGettigan came third with 'Rock and Roll Kids' which took 9% of the vote. 

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The duo were followed by Johnny Logan who took both fourth and fifth place with 'What's Another Year' (5%) and 'Hold Me Now' (4%).

Ireland's first Eurovision winner, Dana was next with 3% while Niamh Kavanagh and Mickey Harte both received 2% of the vote. 

Rounding out the ten songs were Dustin the Turkey and Linda Martin who both picked up just 1% of the votes each although Dustin's 'Irelande Douze Pointe' finished just ahead of Linda's 'Why Me'.

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