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Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1995

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 Eurovision Song Contest 1995
Country Ireland
National selection
Selection processNational Final
Selection date(s)12 March 1995
Selected entrantEddie Friel
Selected song"Dreamin'"
Finals performance
Final result14th of 23 (44 points)
Ireland in the  Eurovision Song Contest
◄1994 1995 1996►

Following three consecutive victories, the 1995 Eurovision Song Contest was once again held in Ireland. Eddie Friel was selected to represent his country with the song "Dreamin'".

Before Eurovision

National final

The final was held on 12 March 1995 at the Cork Opera House in Cork. For the fifth year running, Pat Kenny hosted the event. The eight songs presented were voted on by ten regional juries.[1]

Draw Performer Song Points Place
1 Eddie Friel "Dreamin'" 99 1
2 Mary Farrell "The Night Time" 66 6
3 Annette Griffin "Ó Am Go hAm (From Time to Time)" 68 5
4 Henry Winter "Now That Love Has Brought You Back Again" 37 7
5 Joan Connolly "Rainy Day" 33 8
6 Carl Corcoran "Little by Little" 73 4
7 Maggie Toal "Come Back and Hold Me" 82 3
8 Naoimh Penston "Always You" 92 2

At Eurovision

"Dreamin'" went on to take 14th place in the contest with 44 points, breaking Ireland's record three-year-long winning streak. Ireland won again, however, the following year.

Points awarded to Ireland
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point

Points awarded by Ireland

12 points  Sweden
10 points  Norway
8 points  Slovenia
7 points  Denmark
6 points  Iceland
5 points  France
4 points  Malta
3 points  Croatia
2 points  Spain
1 point  United Kingdom

References

This page was last edited on 5 July 2020, at 15:40
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