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# Eurovision

This year
Lyrics for Israel's re-written Eurovision song revealed after row over first submission
Bambie Thug releases official music video for Ireland’s Eurovision entry ‘Doomsday Blue’
Israel will be allowed at Eurovision as its entry 'October Rain' is renamed 'Hurricane'
Israel threatens to pull out of Eurovision if 'October rain' entry is vetoed
Eurovision officials scrutinising Israel entry 'October Rain' amid concern over political lyrics
Israel may be asked to submit a new song or new lyrics if the current version is deemed unacceptable.
Linda Coogan Byrne: Why is Irish radio afraid to play Bambie Thug?
Linda Coogan Byrne
Ireland's Bambie Thug to compete in first Eurovision semi-final in May
Bambie Thug wins contest to represent Ireland at Eurovision 2024
Poll: Will you watch tonight's Eurosong contest?
'Same energy as Russia': Two of Ireland's Eurovision hopefuls say Israel should be cut from contest
One singer did not rule out boycotting the competition if Israel is not removed.
All of Ireland's six potential Eurovision entries have now been announced - take a listen here
RTÉ receives over 600 emails asking it to boycott Eurovision due to Israel’s involvement
Last year
Boycotting the Eurovision over Israel's involvement would alienate people, says Taoiseach
RTÉ receives close to 500 emails calling on it to boycott Eurovision due to Israel’s involvement
The organisers of the Eurovision have described it as a ‘competition for broadcasters – not governments’.
Ireland will take part in Eurovision next year despite recent run of disappointing results
Former Eurovision entrant Roy Taylor has died
Ireland placed 12th in Tuesday's Eurovision semi-final
Ukrainian Eurovision act's hometown bombed during performance last night
Sweden have won the Eurovision to equal Ireland's record of seven song contest wins
Quiz: How much do you know about European currencies?
Tractors, unicorns and Edgar Allan Poe: Ten acts to look out for at tonight's Eurovision final
'Alarm bells' should be sounding over Musk's sudden Twitter changes, EBU boss says
UK's achievement shows countries can turn Eurovision fortunes around, EBU boss says
Poll: Should New Zealand be allowed to enter the Eurovision?
Campaigners who raised ire of right-wing press insist they're not 'plotting to hijack Eurovision'
Volodymyr Zelenskyy will not be allowed to deliver a video address at Eurovision final
Former RTÉ Director General says Patrick Kielty would be 'brilliant choice' for Late Late
Eurovision: Another ten acts have made it through to complete the lineup for the final
RTÉ's Head of Eurovision delegation blames 'chronic underfunding' for recent contest failures
'Nothing feels authentic': Why is Ireland flatlining at Eurovision and what needs to happen?
Ireland's Wild Youth have crashed out of Eurovision at the semi-final stage
Eurovision: Everything you need to know as Ireland's Wild Youth compete in the first semi-final
Peter Flanagan: 'We were class at Eurovision back then' - remembering when Ireland was edgy & cool
Peter Flanagan
Notes from the Eurovision: X Factor-style climax axed by BBC and the Irish are 'feeling good'
Quiz: How much do you know about Eurovision?
Wild Youth 'focused on Eurovision' after controversy over former creative director's tweets
Irish Eurovision act Wild Youth 'cut ties' with creative director after tweets on trans issues
Final remaining tickets for Eurovision final sell out in an hour
Poll: Will you try to get tickets to Eurovision in Liverpool?
Fancy heading to the Eurovision in Liverpool? The scramble for tickets begins today