Destino Eurovisión, the Spanish Eurovision 2011 national selection will see its second show taking place today. Twelve more hopefuls will battle to become one of the five lucky acts to qualify for the semifinal of the 2011 Spanish Eurovision national selection process.
Thesecond Spanish Eurovisionselection galaDestino Eurovisión 2011 will be held tonight at Sant Cugat Studios, in Sant Cugat, Barcelona. Anne Irgatiburu and last year's Spanish Eurovision representative Daniel Diges will be hosting tonight's show. TVE, the Spanish national broadcaster, has prepared an evening full of excitement and surprises for all its viewers.A total of 12 acts will compete in order to qualify for the semifinal. All the candidates will sing a former Spanish/European Eurovision entry. A special jury (Albert Hammond, Boris Izaguirre, Merche andReyes delAmor)will shortlist the number of candidates from 12 to 8 after their performances. Then the public will vote for their favorite from the remaing 8 candidates. The top 3 from the televote will qualify for the next phase the Semifinal phase. The jury will then select another 2 candidates to qualify for the final, thus a total of 5 candidates will pass to the next phase.
How to watch
- Live on TVE1 at 22:15 CET
- Webcast (TVE official)
- Via satellite on TVE Internacional Europa (Hotbird 19), live at 22:15 CET
- On a taped format via satellite on TVE Internacional Europa at 02:50 CET
- On a taped format via satellite on TVE Internacional América 1 at 02:30 CET
- On a taped format via satellite on TVE Internacional América 2 at 04.30 CET
- Pau Quero – Abanibi (Israel 1979)
- Lorena Rosales – My number one (Greece 2005)
- Don Johsons – Yo soy aquel (Spain 1966)
- Sergi Albert – Hold me now (Ireland 1987)
- Monica Guech – Believe (Russia 2008)
- Alazán – Bandido (Spain 1990)
- Sebas – Molitva (Serbia 2007)
- Melissa – Après toi (Luxembourg 1972)
- Sometimes – Waterloo (Sweden 1974)
- Valeria Antonella – Save your kisses for me (United Kingdom 1976)
- We – Enséñame a cantar (Spain 1977)
- Esmeralda Grao – Nacida para amar (Spain 1989)
Have your say
You will be able to vote for your favourite participant in tonight's show in our poll, right after the last performance concludes.