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Lucía Pérez launches Quitapenas

Lucía Pérez, the Spanish ambassador in Düsseldorf 2011 has released “Quitapenas”. This album has been prouced by Chema Purón. Eurovision fans who were born last century, specially the Spanish ones will remember Purón’s Eurovision entries. The Spanish producer created “Vuelve conmigo” being the runner up in 1995 with Anabel Conde. Besides his experience in the late 90’s, the Spanish composer …

TVE turns Spain’s microphone off in Junior Eurovision

Televisón Española, the Spanish TV public broadcaster has decided not to take part of the upcoming Junior Eurovision Song Contest edition. Federico Llano, head of delegation of TVE confirmed that the junior song contest is not in their schedule neither in a short nor an intermediate term. Recently, the head of kids programs department, Yago Fandiño commented that the Spanish …

Anabel Conde releases Toda una mujer

The runner up of 1995 Eurovision Song Contest edition with “vuelve conmigo” (come back to me) has launched her new project. “Toda una mujer”, which translated in English means “a truly woman”, has been chosen as the title of her album after years of silence. Her new album has been recorded by the label Feel noise. The reason why her fans …

Live From Copenhagen: Day 9 – Big 5 & host rehearsal and SEMI 1 show

Today is a busy day here at the press center. In the morning, the Big Five and the host country will all rehearse for the second time and we will be attending them all to make sure you’ll get to see everything. In the afternoon, the third dress rehearsal will take place, and tonight you all get to see the …

Ruth Lorenzo in hospital

  Ruth Lorenzo has been diagnosed with fatigue after weeks of hard work and stress. She has also cancelled all events scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday this week. Doctors have advised her complete rest for the next 48 hours. A couple of days ago the Spanish entrant told the press that she is going for gold in this year’s Eurovision …

Spain: Ruth soaking wet in her video!

“Dancing in the rain” was selected as the Spanish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest on a televised show last month.  Recorded in Barcelona, the video features famous dancer and choreographer Giuseppe Di Bella. It sees shiny Ruth walk on what seems an abandoned studio to his encounter. Di Bella and Lorenzo dance with great sensuality and embrace under water …

Spain: Controversy over language use

The RAE – Spanish for Royal Academy of the Spanish Language – has released an issue against the use of English in Ruth Lorenzo’s Dancing in the Rain, the Spanish entry in this year’s Eurovision. There is no question that RAE’s authority has no match in linguistic terms for the Spanish-speaking communities all over the world. The institution regulates and …

Ruth Lorenzo to represent Spain in Eurovision!

Ruth Lorenzo will fly the Spanish flag in Copenhagen with Dancing in the rain after a close vote in ¡Mira quién va a Eurovisión! There has been a heated debate on who should have been representing Spain in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest but the waiting has come to an end and it will be Lorenzo’s power ballad representing the Iberian country …

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