Ahead of tonight’s Eurovision Special on The Late Late Show, Brooke Scullion is reflecting back on her journey one year on from the song contest.
The singer represented Ireland in last year’s competition but despite her fantastic performance, failed to make it through to the finals.
Taking to Instagram Brooke wrote: “I can’t believe it’s been a year since my @eurovision journey began.”
“I’m so grateful to everyone who’s supported me, I’m literally living my dream thanks to you!”
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“Best of luck to all the contestants tonight, I know you’re nervous but have a ball & enjoy this crazy experience!” she concluded.
Brooke’s word of encouragement comes ahead of tonight’s performances where we will see six acts compete to represent Ireland on the international stage at this year’s Eurovision Song Competition!
They include ADGY (Too Good for your Love), CONNOLLY (Midnight Summer Night), Wild Youth (We are One), Leila Jane (Wild), K Muni & ND, Kofi Appiah and Nevlonne Dampare (Down in the Rain) and Public Image Limited (Hawaii).
The hopeful acts are aiming to impress viewers and jurors alike with their offerings and make it onto the stage in Liverpool later this year.
Since her stunt at the song contest, it’s safe to say Brooke has had quite the year.
The That’s Rich singer is currently competing on Irelands Dancing With The Stars and recently released her latest single Come Alive.
This is certainly the year of Brooke!
The Late Late Eurosong Special airs on RTÉ One tonight at 9:35 pm