Johnny Logan touched down in Ireland last weekend to promote his single in collaboration with Belgian Eurosong finalist, Kaye Styles last weekend. Appearing on the Tubridy Tonight show, the former three-time Eurovision Song Contest winner performer talked about getting back into the Irish charts, and how the collaboration on Don't cry / Hold me now happened. You can click the 'play' icon below to see the video of the song.
The single, as we reported last week, is climbing the airplay charts in the Netherlands after being one of the summer smash hits in Belgium. Now Johnny and Kaye have taken the song to the 'Emerald Isle', where bookies have made the song odds on favourite to hit number one in the charts after it's release on October 20th. Paddy Power are offering odds of 4/7 on the fete.
Johnny wasquestioned abouthis views on how the Eurovision Song Contest have changed since his last time at the event.Allkindsofeverything reports that "Johnny admitted that his fondness for the competition had faded in recent years, citing the lack of a live orchestra as a major reason. Johnny was also highly critical of "You're A Star" being used to select the Irish entrants. However when asked about any potential magic recipe that would make Ireland a winning country again, Johnny said "you need to ask me to do it again!".