Dame Stuffy, aka The Queen of Ballymun, has become the fourth contestant to make it through to the final of Last Singer Standing, joining Rachael Farrell, Tony Cunningham and Alex King.

The fourth week of the RTÉ One singing competition kicked off with Louth Irish dancing teacher Aaron Matthews who sang One Direction's Story of My Life.

Aaron kicked off week four of Last Singer Standing with Story of My Life

He was challenged by Adam Grimes, a musician and singer/songerwriter from Meath, who chose to sing Westlife's World of Our Own.

The pop panel sent Aaron through to round two.

The pop panel, Nadine Coyle, Joey Fatone and Samantha Mumba, sent Aaron through to the second round

In the second round, Aaron sang Harry Styles' Watermelon Sugar and was challenged by drag queen Dame Stuffy, the alter-ego of 98fm's Karl Dawson, who sang Dermot Kennedy's Giants.

The fellow contestants chose to send Dame Stuffy through to the next round.

In round three, Dame Stuffy performed Elton John's I'm Still Standing and was challenged by classical crossover singer Grace Foley from Kerry who sang Your Song, also by Elton John.

Dame Stuffy through to the Last Singer Standing final

The studio audience chose to send Dame Stuffy through to the grand final with 62% of the vote.

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