Bambie Thug was crowned champion on Friday night's Late Late Show Eurosong Special and will now represent Ireland at the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö, Sweden, in May.
The winner was chosen by the combined votes of the public phone vote, an international jury and a national jury.
The Cork native will represent Ireland with their genre-shifting track Doomsday Blue.
The non-binary artist's music has been described by critics as electro-rap, confrontational performance art and effervescent, late-night goth pop.
Last year, Sweden won the Eurovision Song Contest for a record-equalling seventh time as the country's 2012 winner, Loreen, took home the glass microphone trophy once again with the song Tattoo. The win means that Sweden now ties with Ireland for the most Eurovision victories.
The Eurovision Song Contest 2024 semi-finals will take place on the 7th and 9th of May, with the grand final following on May 11th.
Best of luck to Bambie Thug representing Ireland at this year’s Eurovision!
Slán go fóill.