On Sunday she set tongues wagging when she revealed that she hopes to return to Eurovision in 2017.

And on Monday Ruth Lorenzo took the hype to another level as she performed an acoustic version of her Eurovision 2014 song on the Spanish reality show “Cámbiame” (Change Me).

Nailing the spicy fashionista look, she slipped into a billowing gown with a tantalizing thigh split and a deeply plunging neckline that showed off her very ample assets.

“Cambiame” is a reality series in which contestants compete for the chance to undergo an extreme makeover by convincing a panel of three stylists that they deserve it by sharing their personal history and often moving backstory.

The stylists then pick the lucky ladies, who are transformed with the help of new clothing, shoes, accessories, hair replacement and even cosmetic dentistry.

Once their transformation is complete — and their heels and make-up are on point — they walk a catwalk to show the world (and their family and friends) the hyper-glam version of themselves. But the ugly duckling can only see that she’s become a swan at the very last moment.

Ruth surprised one of the women with a sensational performance of “Dancing in the Rain” — her beloved Eurovision ballad that’s all about perseverance.

With her guitar on her lap and her vocals flowing like honey, she delivered a brilliant performance from the runway and created a cauldron of emotion and energy that you could feel from Malaga to Madrid.

After her performance, she told the lucky participant: “Don’t ever doubt who you really are.” Preach, sista, preach!

Ruth’s participation was extra significant given that the show was celebrating its 300th episode.

Ruth Lorenzo on tour

Over the weekend Ruth revealed the first details of her upcoming tour in an interview with RNE’s ‘No es un día cualquiera’.

Entitled VOCES (Voices), it kicks off in Madrid on November 18 before snaking through Barcelona, Sevilla and Valencia, before reaching Murcia on December 17.

She’ll reveal EVEN MORE details this Friday.

 

As for her upcoming album, she’s currently sifting through around 50 songs, but only a handful can make the final cut.

She joked that she and her manager are playing “The Hunger Games” at the moment as they separate the weak from the strong. She’s most def Jennifer Lawrence, y’all!

The X Factor alum also revealed that her new album will be more rock than her previous offering, as that’s where she feels most comfortable.

Are you planning on hitting up Ruth’s new tour? And what are your thoughts on her performance on “Cámbiame”? Sound off below!

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James
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James

@Hector
Totally agree, for the host it is already the same as world cup/euro cup, they do skip the initial qualification rounds. Obviously they don’t go to the very final round as that would be in the last 2, but they go straight to the last 16 or 24 which is the equivalent in Eurovision of going to the final and skipping the semi.

George
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George

Wonderfull Ruth

marie
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marie

Why the big 5 exists ? , just because a lot of countries wanted to participate and before there was just a final and now there are two semi finals and a final and EBu needs money and the solution was that these five big and historic countries pay more in exchange of a direct qualification.If you put France , Spain , Germany , Uk and Italy in the semi-finals , they will not pay the same.and the other countries will pay a little more but a lot of participating countries can’t pay more because they have already difficulties to… Read more »

Héctor
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Héctor

@an esc fan Well, the host in sport competitions plays the final round, but not the qualifiers, so it’s the same… the host in Eurovision acts in the final,but not in the semi. Maybe the B5 should try the semi, that’s a good point (I’m Spanish), smaybe that would make the delegations put more effort.

Azaad
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Azaad

agree with jamei, especially as they’re not competing to win most likely

Jamei
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Jamei

@ an esc fan
I agree with the big 5 but think asking the host to compete in the semi is too much. They should be the only.prequalified country…otherwise the host wouldn’t want to stage it if there was a chance they wouldn’t even be in the final.

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an esc fan

I think that for big 5 ( Spain, UK, Italy, Germany, France ) + the host, will be better to compete in semi. Yes, even the host. Is like football world / euro cup, the host is there, but not in the final automatically. It is better for big 5 + 1.