We all were foreseeing tonight’s drama since last week. Ana Guerra and Agoney battled it out in Operación Triunfo‘s Gala 12, and in the end, Ana Guerra walked through and became the last finalist of the show, and therefore the last solo Eurovision candidate for Spain.
After two fierce performances, only one could survive and join Aitana, Alfred, Amaia and Miriam in the final. Agoney showed off his vocal range on Rihanna’s “Where have you been”, while Ana set the stage on fire with Camila Cabello’s “Havana”.
In the end, Ana beat Agoney with 50.3% of the votes — the narrowest margin of all OT 2017 votes. She will stay in the academy for the final two weeks.
Our readers got it right in our poll, as Ana Guerra won it by a larger margin, amassing 822 votes, a 63.67%. Agoney received 469 votes.
Agoney – “Where have you been” at Gala 12
Serving close-to-NSFW choreography and nailing the falsettos, Agoney made us explode with his version of Rihanna’s entry. The temperature rose on the stage, in Barcelona and in the whole world. He killed it!
Ana Guerra – “Havana” at Gala 12
Speaking of choreography, Ana gave her everything with the biggest show of the edition. She took us back to Havana, to East Atlanta and to the Moon with her vocals, her charisma and her dancing. Pure slayage.
Eurovision entries coming tomorrow!
Despite being eliminated from the OT grand final gala, this isn’t the end of the road for Agoney. He will still be part of the Eurovision gala, singing as part of a duet with one other contestant.
There will be a total of nine potential Eurovision entries in next week’s Eurovision gala. Aitana, Alfred, Amaia, Miriam and Ana will each perform a solo number, the finalists and Agoney will pair up and perform three duets, and the five finalists will perform a five-piece version of “Camina”, the OT 2017 anthem.
The nine songs will be revealed tomorrow. RTVE will stream a live show on their website where the songs will be revealed and discussed by the contestants that have recently left the academy.
Do you agree with the results? Does Ana deserve the final more than Agoney? What do you expect from the entries? Are you excited about the Eurovision gala next week? Tell us in the comment section below!