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Sarah’s Songs For Voice Final Revealed

Rachel Stevens and Sarah McTernan pictured with a Clare jersey.

Rachel Stevens and Sarah McTernan pictured with a Clare jersey.

The songs to be sung by Scariff’s Sarah McTernan in the final of RTÉ talent show, ‘The Voice of Ireland’ have been revealed.

Each of the four contestants will perform two songs each in Sunday’s live final. Clare’s only remaining representative Sarah McTernan will sing Beyoncé’s ‘If I Were A Boy’ and ‘Who You Are’ by Jessie J.

Kieran McKillop a fellow member of Team Rachel will cover ‘We Cry’ by The Script and Maroon 5’s ‘She Will Be Loved’. Dubliner Paddy Donoghue will also sing a Jessie J song when he performs ‘Mama Knows Best’ while also giving a rendition of Michael Jackson’s ‘Man In The Mirror’.

Nineteen year old, Emma Humber, the youngest remaining contestant will take on Kate Bush’s ‘This Woman Work’ and ‘Hideaway’ by Kiesza.

All contestant will perform a cover of ‘I Lived’ by OneRepublic while the four coaches; Bressie, Kian Egan, Rachel Stevens and Una Foden will sing ‘Should I Stay or Should I Go’.

Sunday’s show commences at 18:30 while all contestants were filmed visiting their home towns yesterday. A cameracrew from RTÉ visited Penneys in Ennis the workplace of Sarah McTernan where a large crowd gathered to wish Sarah and her coach Rachel Stevens the best of luck ahead of the final.


About Páraic McMahon

A native of Newmarket-on-Fergus, Páraic McMahon is the Chief Sportswriter with The Clare Herald.


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