Spain: TVE releases the full length versions of the national final entries

by Sanjay (Sergio) Jiandani 1,191 views

TVE, the Spanish national broadcaster, TVE has published the final and full legth versions of the ten competing songs at the forthcoming 2019 Spanish national final.

Initially the Spanish broadcaster released 1 minute snippets of the potential Spanish Eurovision 2019 entries in demo versions. After the selection of the ten national final entries, the competing hopefuls went back to the studio to record the final and remastered version of their respective composers and producers.

You can listen to the 10 competing entries in OT Eurovision here.

The 10 competing entries

  • MariaMuerdeme
  • Noelia–  Hoy vuelvo a reir otra vez
  • NataliaLa clave
  • Famous- No puedo más
  • Miki- La venda
  • Miki & Natalia- Nadie se salva
  • Julia-Que quieres que haga
  • SabelaHoy soñaré
  • Marilia- Todo bien
  • Carlos- Se te nota

About the Spanish national final-  OT Eurovision

A total of 10 songs and 9 acts will battle for the golden ticket to Tel Aviv and the right to represent Spain at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. The Spanish national final will be held on Sunday 20 January in  Barcelona and will hosted by Roberto Leal.

During the live televised show all the participants will perform their respective potential Eurovision entries. The final deliberation will lie entirely in the hands of the Spanish audience who will determine the 2019 Spanish hopeful and entry via televoting/SMS/online voting.

If there is a tie between 2 candidates/ songs the Spanish audience will be invited again to vote for their favourite entry/candidate.

Operación Triunfo and Eurovision

2019 will see Spain select its Eurovision act and entry for the 5th time via Operacion Triunfo, having used this mechanism in 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2018.

OT 2018 will determine the 2019 Spanish Eurovision representative for the second consecutive year.

One of nine OT 2018 hopefuls will follow Alfred & Amaia‘s footsteps and fly the Spanish flag at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv.


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