Dublin, 19 January 2022

Irish broadcaster RTÈ have unveiled the fourth song that will being vying for participation in the Eurovision Song Contest 2022. Today’s entrant is The Voice alumnus Brooke Scullion, who is will be competing with the Electropop song “That’s rich“.

The Northern-Irish singer-songwriter states Blondie and The Gossip as her main influences for the song.

You can listen to “That’s rich” below:

Tomorrow, we’ll hear the fifth and penultimate entrant for the first time. One of the two remaining artists is rumoured to be a Scandinavian singer performing an Irish-composed song, while the other was described as having a “Michael Bublé song”. We’ll know tomorrow if either of these rumours are true.

In total, six songs will compete on 4 February for the chance to represent the Emerald Isle in Eurovision. Here’s an overview of the selection so far:

  1. Rachel Goode – “I’m loving me”
  2. Brendan Murray – “Real love”
  3. Janet Grogan – “Ashes of yesterday”
  4. Brooke – “That’s rich”

What do #YOU think of Brooke’s song? Do #YOU think “That’s rich” has what it takes to win Eurosong and do well in Eurovision? Let us know in the comments, on social media, or on our forum HERE

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