Six acts competed on tonight's Late Late Show for a chance to represent Ireland in this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
The Irish hopefuls took to the stage to perform their entries during the Eurosong special which was hosted by Eurovision and Marty Whelan. The winner of the contest will be decided by a mix of a public vote, a national jury, and an international jury. The following artists performed on tonight's show:
Read more: LIVE: Irish artists to compete on Late Late Show's Eurosong special
- ADGY - Too Good for your Love
- Connolly - Midnight Summer Night
- Wild Youth - We are One
- Leila Jane - Wild
- K Muni & ND (Kofi Appiahand and Nevlonne Dampare) - Down in the Rain
- Public Image Limited - Hawaii
However, viewers were quick to point out that the first three artists, Leila Jane, ADGY, and Public Image Limited, all sounded out of tune during their performances. Some Twitter users blamed the poor sound system in the studio.
One person said: "Is there something up with the tuning tonight #LateLateShow. All 3 out of tune so far." Another person added: "Listen to Lyndon song on YouTube.
"Every singer is struggling here tonight. Something f*****g wrong. All singers out of tune and in wrong key."
A third person said: "Is it me or do the acts sound out of tune? Eeek!"
Another person said: "Is it me, or is it the sound in the studio that's brutal? The best of a bad lot #LateLateShow." Another Twitter user said: "How old is the Late Late show? One of the oldest chat shows in the world and they don't have a good sound system for live performances???"
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