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Eoghan Quigg

Eoghan Quigg

Eoghan Quigg


Eoghan Karl Christopher Quigg (pronounced "Owen", born 12 July 1992) is a pop singer from Dungiven, Northern Ireland, who finished third in the fifth series of the British television music talent contest The X Factor in 2008. As a result of his X Factor success, Quigg was due to be signed by Simon Cowell, X Factor creator/producer and owner and CEO of Syco Records, but was instead signed to RCA after Cowell pulled out. Quigg released his first album titled Eoghan Quigg on 6 April 2009 and was met with negative reviews Read more on Last.fm
Eoghan Karl Christopher Quigg (pronounced "Owen", born 12 July 1992) is a pop singer from Dungiven, Northern Ireland, who finished third in the fifth series of the British television music talent contest The X Factor in 2008. As a result of his X Factor success, Quigg was due to be signed by Simon Cowell, X Factor creator/producer and owner and CEO of Syco Records, but was instead signed to RCA after Cowell pulled out. Quigg released his first album titled Eoghan Quigg on 6 April 2009 and was met with negative reviews, with some claiming it to be "the worst album in the history of recorded sound". Following disappointing album sales, Quigg was dropped by RCA Records in July 2009 and currently remains unsigned. However in February 2014, Quigg was announced by RTÉ as one of the five acts that would compete to represent Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2014, with the song "The Movie Song". He finished second in the contest.

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