The Eurovision 2015 season is over, so it’s time for Spanish Eurofans to start placing bets on who will represent Spain in 2016. Following Edurne’s unexpected and disappointing 21st place with “Amanecer”, fans are already offering advice about the potential candidates who should sing for the Mediterranean country next year in Sweden.
Yesterday Eurovision 2002 singer Rosa López — one of most well-known Spanish Eurostars — revealed that she is eager to form a supergroup of former Spanish Eurovision contestants. According to the Spanish website Bluper, Rosa would ask Ruth to compose a “megahit” that would slay inside and outside of the Eurovision Song Contest. Then Rosa would invite singers like Soraya (2009) and Pastora Soler (2012) to join her and Ruth in the supergroup.
Rosa and Ruth both sat on the Spanish Eurovision jury this year, so perhaps they discussed potential collaborations.
Spain: Eurovision 2016 supergroup?
But would such a collaboration actually work? Will it become a matter of who can shout the loudest? Two of our Spanish bloggers (and an American one) sat down to discuss the pros and cons of having all those powerful voices come together.
What do you think? Should Spain go with the idea? Or should they mix up their game in other ways for Eurovision 2016? Let us know below!