Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 16 September 2014

Jedward points ahead for Eurovision

Ireland’s Eurovision Song Contest entrants, Jedward, may have an unfair advantage over their European competitors when the event takes place this May.

The pop duo have already released their competing single, Waterline, in Europe and it has successfully made it into the download charts in three different countries.

The track reached number 17 in the Swedish download charts, came in at five in Latvia, and made it to number one in Estonia.

John and Edward Grimes, managed by Louis Walsh, will take to the Eurovision stage on May 22 in Baku, Azerbaijan.

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