Ruth Lorenzo has just released her video for “Dancing In The Rain”, and it’s stunning.

The video, which has been posted on the RTVE website, adds value to a wonderful song that has been contested since it upset rival Brequette’s “Más” in the national final, and hopefully it will help Spaniards finally embrace their talented representative.

Ruth is not only a gorgeous singer, but also a beautiful dancer and and a committed artist. She reportedly lost her voice temporarily after playing mermaid (hello, Copenhagen) with dancer Giuseppe Di Bella under water. Thankfully, she recovered entirely, as she was seen last night performing “I Have Nothing” by Whitney Houston on Spanish TV.

What do you think of the video? And do you think it will help improve her image among Eurovision fans?

Bogdan Honciuc is a Romania-based correspondent for WiwiBloggs.com. You can follow him on Twitter @stingovision. You can also keep up-to-date with the latest Eurovision news and gossip by following the team on Twitter @wiwibloggs and by liking our Facebook page.

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Remi
Remi
6 years ago

I’m not sure I’m jumping off my seat for either the lyrics or the video but she can definitely sing her heavy (can’t we all lose a kilo or five) behind off.

lolo
lolo
6 years ago

UK, Spain and Austria are my favs.

Blandine La Trepa
Blandine La Trepa
6 years ago

Just amazing! The ESC 2014 winner!

Paul
Paul
6 years ago

This version is gorgeous, it enhanced too much the sense of the song, now it sounds great… the video gorgeous too. Armenia, spain, Israel are my top 3

Tarkan
Tarkan
6 years ago

I love very much this song, so poweful! The video is really beautiful and artistic. Ruth Lorenzo has a strong voice and a huge magnetism that other artists don’t have. Undoubtely, 12 Points to >>>> Spain & Ruth >>>> We need that rain full of music 🙂

Veronique
Veronique
6 years ago

I dont like this song!
The male dancer… OMG!
1 Armenia
2 Sweden
3 Grecee
4 UK
5 Macedonia

Tanja
Tanja
6 years ago

GOOD VIDEO BUT NO LIKE THE SONG!
ARMENIA THE TRUE WIN THIS YEAR!

Stevo Bruno
6 years ago

Middle of the road. Overdramatised. I bet Céline Dion would love it. It will probably do well at the ESC and SKY Radio for that matter.

Robyn
Robyn
6 years ago

That guy who’s doing the wet dance – can they bring him to Copenhagen, please?

Jacob
Jacob
6 years ago

This goes to my top 3 right now. Sounds so good and the video is so cute! <3

Alex
Alex
6 years ago

Agreed with D in that I wish there were less “THE RAIN! THE RAIN! THE RAIN!!!!” and she gets too excited. However, this sounds MUCH better overall than what I heard at the national final.

Pastora Soler haha
Pastora Soler haha
6 years ago

I love this final version!

Soooo proud of her, I don’t care the result in Eurovision. She will do a great performance, and this is enough for me (specially after ESDM… ggg XD)

Michael Johansson
6 years ago

Incredible!
12 POINTS FROM NORWAY TO SPAIN!
Congratulations Ruth!

Armond
Armond
6 years ago

Spain or Armenia, one of these 2 is the clear winner

ybn
ybn
6 years ago

http://youtu.be/P9R96ZoWJBU on youtube, upload oficial

Leon
Leon
6 years ago

Amazing. My top 3 right now
1) Armenia – definitely will win!
2) Spain
3) Sweden

NBCN
NBCN
6 years ago

Absolutely stunning! What a great singer Spain’s taking this year! Whatever the result, her talent will be very appreciated in Europe! In love with Ruth Lorenzo. Vamos! ??

JJ
JJ
6 years ago

The song sounds better an the video is very good.

bav
bav
6 years ago

I’m waiting for Russia, Moldova and Azerbaijan

bav
bav
6 years ago

Sweden is better

Armond
Armond
6 years ago

Ladies & gentlemen, the winner of the 59th Eurovision Song Contest!

Easpag
Easpag
6 years ago

New version is an improvement.

Adam
Adam
6 years ago

Love it. Haven’t fully decided whether I prefer the national final version or this but I think they’re both good. Still my #1.

Eugene UK
Eugene UK
6 years ago

Ruth has a very powerful instrument and sometimes less is more and she really needs to control that voice of hers.

If she performs like she did in the Spain NF when she was just shouting/screaming, it could be curtains for Ruth. In the video it sounds more controlled, much nicer.

marco
marco
6 years ago

Amazing video!!! i love it, and also the song! Fantastic. Congratulations Ruth and Spain.

Thiefo
Thiefo
6 years ago

Ruth is certainly a strong contender and this is one of the best spanish entries in a loooong, long time. (Quédate Conmigo is still my favourite, but Dancing in the Rain comes to a very close second in my book).
I also love this new version, love the subtle arrangements they added, even if now english is more prominent that spanish, but I don’t complain, the song is beautiful no matter the language 😉

D
D
6 years ago

I’m sorry but no matter how hard I try I do not like this. She just sounds like she’s screaming at parts and I can’t stand her voice at all. My bottom three.

Jordan
Jordan
6 years ago

0 points to the song. 12 points to the hot male dancer!

Pingu
Pingu
6 years ago

The new version definitely is better and she is a strong contender this year. The video is absolutely amazing, fit for a song of such proportions. The spanish people should embrace her, after all, she was the televoting favorite and is the one representing their whole country with a powerful song. The one thing she should improve is her vocal technique, as she sounded quite screechy in the national final. Overall, I hope Ruth goes far in Eurovision and in her career. ‘Dancing in the rain’ should most surely earn a top 10 spot on the final night.

mlebacc14
mlebacc14
6 years ago

The video is stunning and the new version is quite improved.

Myselfie
Myselfie
6 years ago

A M A Z I N G!!!