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Jay Boland to sing Bruno Mars hit in 'Voice of Ireland' semi final

Friday, 18th April, 2014 12:55pm
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Jay Boland to sing Bruno Mars hit in 'Voice of Ireland' semi final

Jay Boland

Jay Boland to sing Bruno Mars hit in 'Voice of Ireland' semi final

Jay Boland

'Treasure' by American pop star Bruno Mars is the song which will be performed by Athlone's Jay Boland in the semi finals of The Voice of Ireland on RTÉ One this weekend. 

Jay's journey on the popular TV show is now reaching a crunch stage as two the remaining six contestants will be eliminated this weekend. 

The final four will then battle it out in the Grand Final on Sunday, April 27. 

Speaking to the Westmeath Independent earlier this week, Jay thanked everyone for their support so far and appealed to people to cast their votes for him this weekend to help him reach the final.

The prize for winning the show is a record contract, which Jay said would be "a dream come true."

The Voice of Ireland semi final will be broadcast on RTÉ One this Sunday at 6.30pm.

Here's the full list of contestants, and the songs they've chosen, for the semi final:

Team Bressie:
Jamie Stanton: Best of You – Foo Fighters
Brendan McCahey: Stay With Me – Sam Smith

Team Jamelia:
Laura May Lenehan: Show Me Heaven – Maria McKee

Team Kian:
Paddy Molloy: She Loooks So Perfect – 5 Seconds of Summer
Jay Boland: Treasure – Bruno Mars

Team Dolores:
Kellie Lewis: Cosmic Love – Florence and the Machine

And here's a look at the official video of the song Jay will perform: 

 

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