Against all odds, Ireland's Ryan O'Shaughnessy qualified for the Eurovision Final with his song 'Together' in Tuesday's semi-final.
24 year old Ryan will perform his song 'Together' again in Lisbon at tonight's final.
The Irish entry has attracted global attention this year due to it's LGBT content.
A Chinese TV company has had their contract to air the song contest terminated for censoring the Irish entry.
Although Ireland are one of the bookie's favorites, a new survey carried out by betting company Lottoland has revealed most Irish people aren't actually that bothered with the singing contest at all.
Only 37% of Irish adults plan on staying in tonight to watch the final, whilst 50% claim they don't care if we win or not.
A further 36% claim they will watch ANYTHING that's on TV tonight but the Eurovision.
The Eurovision airs on RTE1 tonight at 8pm.