Home Spain

Spain

Manel Navarro (Spain) Interview: “I’m going to bring my band, no dancers”

We recently had a chance to meet Manel Navarro, who is going to represent Spain the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine this May. Manel gave us a quick overview of him as an artist and what he likes to do. Interviewer Fernando asked him about the upcoming performance in Kiev and what to expect, find out what Manel shares …

Scandalous Selections Part 2: How DO You Do A National Final?

This editorial is written from the opinion of the author and does not represent the views of the other editors, the EBU or escYOUnited as a whole. In my previous article, I discussed how Sweden, Slovenia and Spain managed to select songs which were far from being the televoters’ favourites despite there being nominal 50% jury/50% televote voting systems. What …

Which national selection was the best in 2017?

Ahh, national selections. The lifeblood of the Eurovision enthusiast, the catalyst for countless debates, the endless source of all of the drama we have come to crave over the years in our beloved contest. Internal selections can, and often do, throw up some true gems with a guaranteed path to Eurovision stardom, but it’s the multi-song showcases that really grab …

Who do #YOU want to win Eurovision 2017?

We have finally made it to this point of the year, an exciting time for all – all 43 entries fighting to win this year’s Eurovision Song Contest have been released! Because of this, there’s only one question on everyone’s lips… Who is likely to see the end credits rolling over their entry late on May 13th? There are of …

Scandalous Selections Part 1: What Happened This Year?

This editorial is written from the opinion of the author and does not represent the views of the other editors, the EBU or escYOUnited as a whole. 2017 seems to have certainly had its fair share of controversial National Final decisions. The first to really hit the headlines was the Spanish selection “Objetivo Eurovisión 2017” where the jury votes and …

Barei releases I don’t need to be you

Barei, the Spanish representative for last year’s Eurovision Song Contest competition has released a new single called “I don’t need to be you” This single also started a new anti-bullying campaign which Barei has started. The single talks about the fight against all type of form of Bullying, sexual discrimination and also racism, who many suffer at school, place of …

Spain: HoD resigns amid Objetivo Eurovisión scandal

The events surrounding Spain’s election of a Eurovision participant for this year, held on February 11th, have been highly publicised and criticised by Spanish media, fans and observers. It seems that the crisis has not been fully averted yet, and now a new twist in the story plunges Spain further into chaos; yesterday the Spanish head of delegation Federico Llano …

Poll: Who is the best of the Big 5?

Over the weekend something remarkable happened, perhaps unprecedented in recent years of the contest. By February 12th, all five members of the special Big 5 group decided on their entries for Eurovision 2017, far earlier than in recent years! The good thing about this year’s crop is that the Big 5 have once again put forward a strong showing for …

The Spanish representative has been decided!!!

Tonight was the conclusion of the Spanish national selection for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest! Six acts took to the stage but only one will fly the flag in Kiev. The participating acts and songs: Manel Navarro “Do it for your lover” LeKlein “Ouch” Paula Rojo “Lo que nunca fue” Mario Jefferson “Spin My Head” Maika “Momento Critico” Mierla “Contigo” …

Page 1 of 812345 ...Last