Do you want to relive the magic of 1997's Dublin-hosted Eurovision Song Contest? It might just leave you ‘walking on sunshine’.
To spread some cheer amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the Eurovision Song Contest's YouTube channel is bringing you on a trip down memory lane each Saturday at 8pm - and tonight fans will be treated to the 42nd edition of the Eurovision Song Contest which was broadcast from Dublin.
Prepare for a bucketload of nostalgia, and lots of douze pointe moments, including a memorable interval performance from legendary Irish boy band Boyzone.
The luck of the Irish has seen the Emerald Isle host the much-loved singing competition an impressive seven times.
Eimear Quinn's incredible feat with her catchy track The Voice in 1996, made it the fourth time in five years that Ireland had hosted the event.
Co-hosted by Ronan Keating at Dublin's Point Theatre on May 3, 1997, the night included a sensational opening sequence with messages from former contest stars, including Céline Dion and Morten Harket, which were beamed onto a massive video wall.
Marc Roberts represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1997 with his song, Mysterious Woman, and finished in second place.
It was the United Kingdom who triumphed on the night with Katrina and the Waves' catchy track, and the band's Eurovision hit Love Shine a Light. They scored a whopping 227 points on the night.
Fans can stream the 1997 Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday April 18, at 8pm on the Eurovision Song Contest's YouTube channel.
Be sure to partake in all of the fun and have your say by tweeting using the hashtag - #EurovisionAgain.