Brooke Scullion's That's Rich has been revealed as the fourth song in the race to represent Ireland at the Eurovision Song Contest in May.

The song made its debut on The Ryan Tubridy Show on RTÉ Radio 1 on Wednesday morning, following the tracks I'm Loving Me by Rachel Goode, Real Love by Brendan Murray and Ashes of Yesterday by Janet Grogan.

Song: That's Rich
Artist: Brooke Scullion
Composers: Brooke Scullion, Karl Zine, Izzy Warner

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Rising to fame as a finalist of The Voice UK 2020, Brooke wowed the judges and viewers with her performances on the show, duetting with Ella Eyre and mentored by Grammy award-winning coach and singer Meghan Trainor. Brooke's music has received acclaim from the likes of BBC Introducing, as well as numerous Spotify editorial playlists including New Music Friday and New Pop UK Playlists,

Brooke said of writing her entry That's Rich, which is inspired by Blondie meets The Gossip: "I was reading Debbie Harry's autobiography and wanted to encapsulate the attitude she portrayed in her life."

The Derry singer added: "It's surreal to think I could be representing my country in the competition, it would be an honour. Given Ireland’s history with a fellow Derry girl like Dana who has done it before, I’m excited to be flying the flag and hope to do everybody proud! I also think in recent years I’ve been so impressed with the music Eurovision has produced, so am excited to be in the company of the likes of Maneskin and Loreen who are iconic!"

Eurosong 2022

A total of six songs were selected from hundreds of entries received by RTÉ following a callout for submissions last September.

The artists will perform the selected songs on a special Late Late Show on February 4, where the winner will be chosen by a combination of national jury, international jury and public vote and go on to represent Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest in Turin, Italy, in May.