Ireland's missed out on a place in this year's Eurovision Grand Final.
Wild Youth performed 'We Are One' as part of the first semi-final in Liverpool.
We were vying for a spot in the final on Saturday in the British city, which is hosting for last year's winner Ukraine.
The 10 to get through included Finland, Portugal and Czechia - along with Sweden, who are seen as favourites in the competition.
Dustin the Turkey also made a surprise appearance alongside the hosts on Tuesday night.
"Alesha Dixon's tried to take a few bites out of me over the years," he said.
"It's been tough but I made it - it's great to be back here at Eurovision.
"I just want to wish everyone good luck tonight: just have fun and be yourself, even if that means ruffling a few feathers".
Ireland has won a record seven times in total - including four out of five contests in the 1990s.