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Help Ardara’s Gráinne Gavigan make the Glór Tire final

Grainne Gavigan with her mentor Lisa McHugh.

Grainne Gavigan with her mentor Lisa McHugh.

BY SEÁN P. FEENY
ON Wednesday night talented Ardara teenager Gráinne Gavigan takes to the stage of TG4’s Glór Tire in a bid to make this season’s final.

The 18-year-old LYIT student has been making big waves on the Irish Country scene performing with renowned artists such as her mentor, Lisa McHugh, Nathan Carter, Robert Mizzell and Patrick Feeney during her campaign to round up the votes.

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Gráinne will be up against big competition on the night, including Country star Derek Ryan’s brother Adrian, when they perform two songs to win the public vote.

The two contestants with the highest votes will automatically go through to this year’s final while the judges will have to save one contestant from the remaining three.

Gráinne will be depending on the public for their support and will be very grateful for all your votes to help her make this year’s Glór Tire final.

To vote from the Republic of Ireland, call 1513 415 108 or text ‘GLOR8’ to 53307. For those voting from Northern Ireland, call 0901 6566 108 or text ‘GLOR8’ to 81108.

Gráinne even has some very big names of the Country industry supporting her, check out the video below which has notched up nearly 3,000 hits in two weeks. And don’t forget to tune in and vote for Graínne this Wednesday at 8.30pm only on TG4.

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