Taylor Hynes is an Irish singer who wrote a song named I.O.U. along with that he also participated in the Junior Eurovision competition where he sang for his country Ireland. He is very active in singing, dancing, and acting and played a role in dramas named High School Musical and Wizard of Oz.
Taylor Hynes was born on 7th February 2004 in Dublin, Ireland. Currently, he is residing in Clonee townland in-country Meath, Ireland. His parents’ name has not yet come under the limelight. He has a twin brother Alex and a sister named Ellie. His cousins Ciara and Jodie have always supported him in his singing competition. His grandmother’s name is Jean. At a very young age, he started singing, dancing, and acting. Currently, he is attending a secondary school called Scoil Pobail Setanta, Ongar.
He has also participated in his school play named High School Musical where he plays the role of Ryan. As he also wanted to act so that’s why he enrolled himself into a local drama society named Stagezone and is now in his senior year. With the help of the stage zone, he was able to be a part of the local Coolmine Panto Group with whom he will perform a play called Wizard of Oz over Christmas.
Taylor Hynes Career
Taylor was already prepared to become an Artist. His career has already begun as he used to be very active in participating in these plays. He participated in Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2016 to represent Ireland but failed to reach the final round. Later he again went to compete in the next year but at that time he suffered from laryngitis. In 2018 he again tried to participate in the same and was given a chance as a wildcard. On 4th November 2018, the fourth semi-final round was broadcasted where Dustin Turkey appeared as the guest judge and Muireann McDonnell was the opening act.
Taylor performed a song named “I.O.U.” Where he secured 13 stars and was sent to the final round. The final round was broadcasted on 11th November when Niamh Kavanagh appeared as the guest judge. He competed against Jessica Doolan, Cora Harkin, Shaniah Llane Rollo, Kerry Ann McCreery, and Anna & Ava. Shaniah Llane Rollo was selected to compete in the finale. The final round was between him and Shaniah where the end result was that Taylor Hynes won. I.O.U. is an Irish song written by him and the music video features Niamh Kavanagh and 2018 Irish entrant Ryan O’Shaughnessy. At the Junior Eurovision which took place on 19th November 2018 and his country, Ireland ended in 9th place with total points of 48.
Awards and Nominations
On 11th November 2018, he became the winner and was selected for Junior Eurovision and had an opportunity to sing for his country Ireland where his country ranked 9th among other 20 teams.
Taylor Hynes Biography
|Real Name||Taylor Hynes|
|Birth Date||7 February 2004|
|Age (as of 2022)||18 Years|
|Birth Place||Dublin, Ireland|
There is no information about his relationship in front of the media. But it seems like he keeps his personal life private. He is a composed human being and keeps things to himself.
Taylor Hynes Net Worth
According to sources his net worth has been estimated at around $955 thousand. His source of income is that performs at various events and also thorough brand sponsorship. He is very talented and good with his work which has been shown in his successful career. According to sources we couldn’t find his social media account but seems like he has got a fan page. There are videos of him singing at the competition on his YouTube account. Junior Eurovision song contest has posted these videos about him.
- He wrote a song named I.O.U. which he performed at the Junior Eurovision song contest 2018.
- Taylor entered the competition as a Wildcard and made it to the finals.
- He also participated at the Junior Eurovision Eire in 2016 but didn’t reach the finals.
- His cousins Ciara and Jodie used to cheer for him at the competition,
- O.U. is an Irish song.
- With stage zone, he was able to be a part of the local Coolmine Panto Group
- The music video of I.O.U. features Niamh Kavanagh and 2018 Irish entrant Ryan O’Shaughnessy.