Anna Kearney has given a beautiful performance of Tattooed Heart by Ariana Grande. She performed her song on ‘The Ivory Sessions – Under 16’ show.
Fresh from representing Ireland at the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest with her song Banshee, Anna Kearney was straight back on the stage where she was part of a ‘Frozen’ movie themed performance on the special edition, Late Late Toy Show on RTÉ One.
Anna was in the role of Elsa and she was joined on stage by singers, Cleo Griffin as Anna and Ryan Tubridy as Olaf and members of the Spotlight Theatre Group.
Anna charmed many in Poland during the Junior Eurovision Song Contest with her charming and bubbly personality. She performed the song Banshee excellently and gained a lot of admirers.
You can see the ‘Frozen’ staging and also Anna’s Junior Eurovision performance below.
Source: ESC Covers – photos@RTÉ, Junior Eurovision Song Contest
Anna Kearney has been a breath of fresh her with her charming personality here in Poland at the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
Anna gave a first class performance at her second rehearsal for Ireland where she will be singing Banshee.
Check out Anna’s first rehearsal video below.
Source: ESC Covers
ESC Covers caught up with the bubbly Anna Kearney from Ireland,who will sing Banshee at the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
Anna is enjoying every minute of her time so far in Poland. She is making new friends and is loving being on the big stage.
You can see Anna sing Banshee at the first rehearsal below.
Source: ESC Covers
The Éire/Ireland national selection for Junior Eurovision 2019 came to a conclusion this evening.
Resident judges Chris Greene and Grainne Bleasdale were joined by guest judges Eurovision 1992 winner Linda Martin and Hothouse flowers vocalist Fiachna Ó Braonáin.
After a first round in which the 3 finalists Anna Kearney, Orla McDermott and Savannah Phoenix-Munroe performed a cover song of their own choosing, the second round saw them each perform a famous Irish Eurovision entry.
Anna Kearney and Savannah Phoenix-Munroe were then chosen by the judges to go into a final sing off where Anna Kearney emerged victorious.
The show concluded with a video of the winner performing ‘Banshee’, the song which will represent Ireland in the final in Gliwice, Poland on November 24th.
Ireland came a step closer to selecting its artist for Junior Eurovision 2019 earlier this evening as the selection show reached the Semi Final stage.
Eight acts; in two groups of four, performed with one act from each group being chosen by the judges to automatically go through to the final and two further artists facing a ‘sing off’ for the third place in the final.
Judges Chris Greene and Grainne Bleasdale were joined by guest judge, Eurovision 1993 winner Niamh Kavanagh.
The first four acts to perform were:
Anna Kearney was chosen to go through to the final.
The second group consisted of:
Skye Murphy Darrer
With Savannah Phoenix-Munroe getting the judges vote to progress to the final.
Alison McGrath and Orla Mcdermott were chosen to take part in the sing off with Orla Mcdermott coming out victorious by two votes to one to also progress.
The Final will take place next Sunday when the winner will be chosen. A song will be specially written for the winner and will be revealed at a later date.