Who will represent Spain in Vienna at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest? Yes, this question has become the trending topic in Spain. Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms are on fire with Spanish Eurovision fans discussing the potential candidates.
Edurne, Marta Sanchez and Pablo Alboran are the hot the favourites to represent Spain at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. This is the aftermath of the mediatic storm and frenzy which has afflicted the country in the last weeks, with the Spanish media, news sites and web portals going beserk speculating on who will fly the Spanish flag in Vienna, come May.
Pablo Alboran– Por fin
Eurovision has been making headlines every day with the names of potential candidates in the Spanish media since a few weeks. Media has reported that TVE will yet again opt for an internal selection in order to select its Eurovision act, very much in the style of 2012 and 2013 when it selected Pastora Soler and El Sueño de Morfeo, respectively.
Edurne– Soy como soy
We must remind you that TVE, the Spanish national broadcaster remains tight lipped regarding this issue, but has confirmed to ESCToday that an announcement is imminent and should be expected in due course.
One of the most reputable Spanish newspapers ABC runs a story today reporting that either Edurne or Marta Sanchez are more than likely to represent Spain at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. Both the stars are currently working with Spanish music producer Tony Sanchez Ohlsson, the author and lyricist behind the 2007 and 2010 Spanish Eurovision entries ( I love you mi vida– DNASH, Quedate conmigo -Pastora Soler).
Marta Sanchez– Soy yo
We will have to wait for a few more days and see who will represent Spain in Vienna. Will it be Marta Sanchez? Edurne? Pablo Alboran? Diana Navarro?or someone else?
ESCToday has learned that big names in the Spanish music industry are very keen in representing Spain at the forthcoming Eurovsion Song Contest. Pastora Soler‘s and Ruth Lorenzo‘s success in the contest and its aftermath has had a huge impact on other Spanish established artists, who now seem to be interested to represent Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest.
In 2014 Spain opted for a national selection in order to select its Eurovision entry and act for Copenhagen. Ruth Lorenzo won the 2014 Spanish national final with her entry Dancing in the rain and achieved an honorable 10th place at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest grand final.
Ruth Lorenzo- Dancing in the rain.
Spain debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1961 and has participated at every Eurovision edition since then. Spain has won the contest in 1968 with Massiel and 1969 in Salome.
The 2015 Eurovision Song Contest is scheduled to be held on 19, 21, 23 May at the Wiener Stadthalle, in Vienna.
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