Ireland's Bambie Thug ends Eurovision song with defiant six word message

Ireland's very own Bambie Thug delivered a powerful six-word mantra following their Eurovision Song Contest performance. After wowing the audience with an electrifying rendition of "Doomsday Blue," complete with enchanting witchcraft visuals, Bambie Thug made sure their message was heard loud and clear.

As the final note echoed and the camera closed in, Bambie Thug proclaimed: "Love will always win over hate! " The performance left fans ecstatic, prompting a flurry of support on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter. One fan exclaimed, "Wow! That's wakened everyone up. Should win for sheer energy alone. Go Ireland! " while another confessed, "I really want the UK to win, obviously. However, I think Ireland deserves it if we don't. What a simply brilliant act."

"Ireland has my vote fr sure," chimed in another admirer, with someone else commenting, "You've got to give it to Ireland they know how to entertain. I liked it, apparently, its set to do well."

Amidst the praise, one fan pondered, "How can anything top that Ireland performance? " This standout moment follows Bambie Thug's statement regarding Kan's alleged breach of Eurovision regulations.

Bambie has spoken out about making 'multiple complaints' to the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) after some unsettling incidents involving Israeli broadcaster Kan this week. The artist, who had previously informed their fans about missing a rehearsal due to a 'situation' requiring 'urgent attention', shared on Instagram Stories: "Over the last few days I have raised multiple complaints to the EBU regarding instances I have experienced this week. Earlier today they confirmed to my delegation in front of others that Kan's commentator had broken the rules of the conduct during the Eurovision Semi-Final 1.", reports the Mirror.

"I have been patiently waiting to hear what action is set to be taken by the EBU following this rule break. I have since seen a statement by EBU Director General Noel Curran which contradicts this earlier confirmation. I am still waiting for an official update from the EBU."

The star has been vocal about their experience this week and urged the EBU to take action
The star has been vocal about their experience this week and urged the EBU to take action

This statement follows Bambie's initial mention of a 'situation' that demanded 'urgent attention' from the EBU. On Tuesday, Israeli broadcaster Kan warned its viewers with children that Bambie's performance of 'Doomsday Blue' would be 'the most scary of the night'.

"There will be a lot of spells and black magic and dark clothing, Satanic symbols, and voodoo dolls like we are at Cats Square in Jerusalem in the mid-90s," the commentator remarked, alluding to a well-known public square in Jerusalem.

They also mentioned that there was 'some controversy' surrounding the song and claimed Bambie 'liked to speak negatively about Israel '. In a previous chat with RTE News, Bambie disclosed that the Kan commentary had been brought to their attention.

They further stated that the commentary motivated them to 'elevate their performance even more'.