Staying In Tomorrow?



Johnny Logan

On the The Late Late Show

Gareth Naughton writes

The King of Eurovision Johnny Logan will reminisce about the contest that launched his career and he’ll be sharing the stories behind his triple victories with ‘What’s Another Year’, ‘Hold Me Now’ and Linda Martin’s ‘Why Me?’

He’ll also be telling viewers what it takes to win the contest these days and giving his take on Ireland’s Brendan Murray’s chances of victory in Kiev.

The show will also be celebrating the best of the Eurovision with EuroSingSong 2017. Can the face of Eurovision in Ireland Marty Whelan ‘Rise Like a Phoenix’?

Or will it be a ‘Fairytale’ evening for country star Cliona Hagan. Will Eurovision superfan Mairead Ronan be crying out for ‘A Little Peace’?

Or will Crystal Swing’s Derek Burke be meeting his ‘Waterloo’? Could Eurovision winner Paul Harrington have them ‘Running Scared’ or will Moone Boy’s Rónán Johnston be singing ‘Hallelujah’?

*smashes head through telly screen*

The Late Late Show, Friday, RTÉ One at 9.35pm.

Pic: Eurovision

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20 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

  1. Christopher Byrne

    I hate that RTE still haven’t grasped that to win the Eurovision these days you need a good song and singer. Why are they asking someone that last won 30 years ago!? The will bleat on about political voting and staging but that is rubbish- good songs place in the top 10 of the final and do well.
    If you want proof listen to the entries from Sweden, Bulgaria, Italy and Belgium this year. All of those are going to be in the top 10 with Italy probably winning. You’ll have Louis Walsh on 6.01 whinging about political voting the morning after Ireland’s inevitable exist from the semi-finals ignoring the fact that we don’t bother picking a catchy memorable song.

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      ‘I hate that RTE still haven’t grasped that to win the Eurovision these days you need a good song and singer.’

      Oh Lordi……how wrong you are

  2. By Popular Demand, Frilly Keane

    speaking of Eurovision
    what d’ye do to Fluffy Biscuits

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      *Cymbal clash*
      How the hell are ya Fluffy and what’s your Eurovision predictions? There’s lads here taking it way too seriously.

    1. mildred st. meadowlark

      I’m so happy you’re still lurking about, ya great fluffy lurker :)

    1. scottser

      friday is the worst day to kill yourself – not only is it the most optimistic day of the week, but there’s nobody working friday night in case you get it wrong. a lashing wet tuesday morning in january – that’s the job. my advice is to go out on one gigantic last session tomorrow night and see how you feel on tuesday..

    2. mildred st. meadowlark

      I’m gonna send you a hug, just in case you need it to tide you over.

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