Molly dodges the Eurovision stress
Irish Eurovision hopeful Molly Sterling will be hoping not to crash out early as she takes to the stage in the competition semi-finals tonight.
"At the moment, I'm not feeling too nervous. I just go into my own zone. Any nerves I have are just butterflies," she said, appearing relaxed as she enjoyed the funfair in Vienna yesterday.
Meanwhile, songwriter Karl Broderick felt like he "had gone through three rounds with Conor McGregor" after hurting himself when falling flat on his back. Broderick is currently in Vienna with his husband Alan Hughes and slipped and fell outside Eurovision Stadium.
But Broderick is hopeful he will make it back to this evening's semi-final to watch Molly take to the stage.