Ruth Lorenzo, the spicy singer who represented Spain at Eurovision 2014, has said that she would like to return to the musical extravaganza in the next three years.
The Spanish diva, who brought Spain back to the top 10 with “Dancing in the Rain”, told RTVE that she wants to go all the way to the top by 2017.
“I would like to repeat [the experience],” she said. “The production and the technical staff were impressive and I really enjoyed the festival.”
Ruth, who spoke with us on the red carpet at Eurovision, would like to perform a song in a completely different style next time. As you’ll recall, her ballad “Dancing in the Rain” was originally a dance track that she wanted to give to Danii Minogue.
She apologized for not having come back to Spain with a win: “We did everything we could,” she said. “Thank goodness I equaled my friend Pastora Soler – Spain 2012 — and reached the top 10.”
Ruth also congratulated Conchita Wurst, who now has a sausage, an ice cream, and a seal named after her.
“I am very happy for Conchita’s win, for her and for what it represents. We are free in this part of Europe, we have freedom of speech and everyone loves whoever.”
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Photo: Eurovision.tv (EBU)