08:54 13 May 2011
Irish teen twins Jeward will compete at this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Germany after making it through the semi-final stage.
John and Edward Grimes, who found fame on the X Factor, will represent Ireland in the competition.
They will be among 25 acts who will appear in the grand final on Saturday 14 May.
The 20 successful entrants from two semi-final heats will be joined by the 'big countries' Germany, Italy, France, Spain and the UK, who qualify automatically.
The 19-year-old duo performed their song Lipstick, dressed in red sparkly jackets with shoulder pads.
However, they were not the only set of twins to perform, as Daniela and Veronika Nizlova represented Slovakia under the name TWiiNs.
Newly reformed boyband Blue will represent the UK on the night, with their song, I Can.
Simon Webbe from the group told the BBC that they're "in it to win it, for sure".
Last year's winner Lena will represent Germany again, with the song Taken by a Stranger.
Jedward were one of the hits to come from 2009's series of reality show the X Factor, despite not winning the competition.
They signed to Sony and released their debut single Under Pressure, a duet with rapper Vanilla Ice, before switching labels to Universal in 2010.
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