John Molloy and Noreen Rabbette
Following the elimination last week of Paul Leavy the remaining five finalists, including two Offaly singers, will go head to head live again this week in an effort to claim this year's 'Glor Tíre' title, to find the next new voice for country music in Ireland.
John Molloy from Tullamore and Noreen Rabbette from Clara will be hoping to make it through again when the remaining finalists perform in the second elimination episode, live from the Quays in Galway, this Tuesday, March 12 at 9.30pm. The programme is live on TG4.
Special guest on this wee'ks show is Trudi Lalor.
Based on the public vote the top three contestants will be safe and perform again. The two contestants will the lowest votes will perform in a sing-off, with the judges saving one and sending the other contestant home.
The remaining finalists in this year's competition are:
John Molloy from Tullamore in Co. Offaly who is being mentored by Michael English.
Noreen Rabbette from Clara, Co. Offaly who is being mentored by Mike Denver.
Damien Davis from Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan who is being mentored by Jimmy Buckley.
Ailish McBride from Creeslough in Co. Donegal who is being mentored by Ciarán Rosney.
John Rafferty from Belfast who is being mentored by Johnny Brady
'Glór Tíre' produced by Gaelmedia is presented by Aoife Ni Thuairisg and Séamus Ó Scanláin, with help from the judges John Creedon, Caitríona Ní Shúilleabháin and Jo Ní Chéide who ably guide the contestants.
As the tension rises and the live eliminations continue, who will make the final of Ireland's country music talent show?
For voting details click here