Junior Eurovision 2023: Listen to Ireland’s song!

With lees than a month to go until the 21st Junior Eurovision contest, the song that will represent Ireland in the contest has just been released.

In early October, the young Jessica McKean won the Irish National Selection for Junior Eurovision, Junior Eurovision Éire 2023. To indicate that the winner was selected by the public audience.

You can listen the “Aisling” by Jessica McKean for Junior Eurovision 2023 in the video below:

Who is Jessica McKean?

Jessica McKean is ten years old and she was born in a small town named Lifford which is located in North Ireland. Jessica started her journey in music at the age of three when she won the Gaelic Fèis Festival (about art and culture).

The young singer also participated in the Donncha’s Two Talented of RTÉ singing I Love You Honey by Patsy Cline and since then has won many competitions and awards.

Beyond singing, Jessica also engaged in art, crafting, piano lessons, football and gymnastics.

The 21st Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Nice, France, on the 26th of November, following Lissandro’s win last year in Yerevan.

What do you think of the Irish entry for Junior Eurovision 2023? Write us in the comments below!

Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2023, in France!

Follow us on all social media, so you do not miss any news about the biggest music festival in Europe:


Junior Eurovision 2023: The Irish representative has been decided!

As Junior Eurovision 2023 draws ever closer, it’s Ireland’s turn to announce the artist who will represent the country next month in Nice.

Jessica McKean was crowned the winner of the Junior Eurovision Éire 2023 national final, which was broadcast last night, having earlier been filmed at the RTÉ studios in Dublin. The result was determined entirely by public vote, after each contestant was tasked to perform two songs, an irish-language cover of a popular song and a cover of a former Irish Eurovision entry.

The song that Jessica will perform in Nice will be specially written for her and is expected to be revealed at a later date.

Ireland managed to achieve their best result at Junior Eurovision last year, as Sophie Lennon finished in 4th place with the song “Solas”.

Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for all news regarding our favorite contest!