Vote for Ireland’s entry for Junior Eurovision 2022

Sophie Lennon will represent Ireland at Junior Eurovision 2022 on Sunday 11th of December in Yerevan, Armenia and it will be broadcast live on TG4 at 3pm. 16 countries are competing in this mega event.

Vote for Ireland's entry for Junior Eurovision 2022

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Irelands Junior Eurovision representative Sophie Lennon, from Co.Down pictured at Dublin Airport this morning before flying out to Armenia for the song contest.
Pictured: Sophie Lennon and Mum Theresa
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Vote for Ireland's entry for Junior Eurovision 2022Sophie’s song ‘Solas’, is written by Niall Mooney who also wrote Niamh Kavanagh’s ‘It’s for You’ as well as numerous other Junior Eurovision entries.

You can help decide the winner of this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest by voting online at WWW.JESC.TV Here’s how it works:

No matter where in the world you are, from Friday the 9th of December you can vote via WWW.JESC.TV where you will find a preview of all the performances.

Support Sophie and vote online!

Here is Sophie singing the Irish entry Solas https://youtu.be/QsnhNdCuwhI

Sophie is from the small village of Mayobridge just outside of Newry, County Down. Sophie is 13 years old and has previously performed on Britain’s Got Talent as well as numerous other West End shows, she is also this year’s BBC School Soloist of the Year Winner. Sophie is the youngest ever to be nominated for two AIMS awards for her performance as Fiona in SHREK, at the Grand Opera House Belfast. She went viral with over 7 million views for her performance of O Holy Night, a song her grandad asked her to record for him.

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