Christmas No 1? Dublin railway station duo reunited to sing on Ray D'Arcy Show

Two teenagers who were recorded signing in Connolly Station earlier this month have been reunited.

Darragh Smith was recorded singing at the piano in the station when he was spontaneously joined by Stephanie Sarpong.

Last night RTÉ reunited the pair to perform the same song - Say Something by A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera - on The Ray D'Arcy Show.

Following their performance, D'Arcy revealed that they have organised for Darragh and Stephanie to record the song in Temple Lane Studios.

Viewers of the performance were full of praise for the duo, with some tipping a recorded version to be a Christmas Number 1.

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