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Ireland’s Ryan Dolan to perform last in Eurovision Final

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IRELAND’s Ryan Dolan will perform last in tomorrow night’s (May 18) Eurovision Grand final in Malmo, Sweden.

Strabane-born Dolan progressed to the final following Tuesday night’s first semi-final which saw him book his place in the final with his song, Only Love Survives.

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Relaxed ahead of the show he said: “Sometimes it all still feels very surreal! I’m heading over to the hotel that the Swedish delegation are staying in tonight to meet Robin. We’re going to watch the first half of the semi-final together.

“Then I’m heading back over to the arena for an interview with Scott Mills and Ana Matronic from Scissor Sisters for BBC3.”

Ryan Dolan (centre) and his backing performers at Tuesday night's semi-final
Ryan Dolan (centre) and his backing performers at Tuesday night’s semi-final

Former Westlife star Nicky Byrne will be presenting the Irish jury vote on Saturday night.

He said “Many a Eurovision I spent with my family gathered around the TV cheering on Ireland and I’ve been lucky to have vivid memories of most of our wins to date! This year, I’m delighted to be announcing the Irish vote live from Dublin in Eurovision 2013. Good evening Malmo it’s Dublin calling!”

The following is Saturday night’s running order:

1. France

2. Lithuania

3. Moldova

4. Finland

5. Spain

6. Belgium

7. Estonia

8. Belarus

9. Malta

10. Russia

11. Germany

12. Armenia

13. The Netherlands

14. Romania

15. United Kingdom

16. Sweden

17. Hungary

18. Denmark

19. Iceland

20. Azerbaijan

21. Greece

22. Ukraine

23. Italy

24. Norway

25. Georgia

26. Ireland

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Steve is the Irish Post's digital media & entertainment editor and looks after the paper's website and weekly entertainment supplement, Rí-Rá. Follow him @steve_cummins

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