Ruth Lorenzo is quickly becoming the queen of TV music contests. First she made a name for herself on the UK X Factor. Then she won Spain’s Mira Quien Va A Eurovision. And now she’s putting on face paint and mimicking Whitney Houston as part of Spain’s popular celebrity singing show Your Face Sounds Familiar.
Spanish Eurovision legend Pastora Soler has canceled all of her shows for the next 30 days, following her shocking on-stage collapse in Sevilla last Saturday.
During the first four installments of our weekly poll, “Who is your favourite Eurovision contestant so far?”, it was all about the ladies. Italy’s Emma Marrone took the title during weeks one, two and three. Then Spain’s Ruth Lorenzo shoved Emma aside during week four. This week another woman has risen to the top—but she’s got […]
During a concert in her hometown of Seville on Saturday, in which she was presenting her latest album “Conóceme”, the Eurovision 2012 diva Pastora Soler fainted, alarming the thousands of spectators in the audience. The gig had to be cancelled. Fortunately it wasn’t fatal: Pastora is now said to be doing well.
Ruth Lorenzo must feel like a punching bag. In recent weeks Spain’s Eurovision contestant has faced bruising in all directions. First Brequette fans filed a petition to have Ruth’s victory overturned. Now the Real Academia Española (RAE) — the prestigious body that oversees the Spanish language — is criticizing this señorita for singing “Dancing in the Rain” […]
During the first four installments of our weekly poll, “Who is Your Favourite Eurovision Contestant so Far?”, it’s been all about the Latin ladies. Italy’s Emma Marrone won the first three weeks, and then Spain’s Ruth Lorenzo entered the race and stomped past her.
There’s a new Eurovision queen on the scene, and her name is Ruth Lorenzo. Ruth, who narrowly beat Brequette during the February 22 final of Mira Quién Va A Eurovisión, has debuted in first place in our weekly poll, “Who is your favourite Eurovision contestant so far?” These results cover the week ending March 1.
Ruth wins it by a whisker!