IRELAND – This year’s Irish entry for the Eurovision Brendan Murray has said that he thinks we need a better singer in order to win the Eurovision.
The Galway man was sent home from the competition in the semi-final of the competition with his song, Dying To Try this year.
But he has now come out to say he believes we need a better song or a send better singer in order to win the competition.
“I don’t know if we need to send a better song or send a better singer maybe, hopefully we can improve anyway.
“They should definitely open up the selection process a bit and come up with other ideas,” he continued to tell the Herald Diary.
The former Hometown member also pointed out that the competition has changed immensely since Ireland enjoyed three wins in a row during the Nineties.
“It’s a different competition nowadays. We need to remember we’re a small country and the Eurovision is getting bigger and bigger.
“It’s not the same competition it was in the Nineties. There’s countries like Israel and Australia competing now. There’s a Chinese delegation as well.”