The day has come! RTVE has finally revealed the full versions of all 10 Eurovision gala entries and we can finally how will they sound like on Sunday’s gala.
Here they are! Click on each title to listen to the full songs:
OT Eurovision Gala: Full Songs
- Carlos Right with “Se te nota”
- Famous with “No puedo más”
- Julia with “Qué quieres que haga”
- María with “Muérdeme”
- Marilia with “Todo bien”
- Miki with “La venda”
- Natalia with “La clave”
- Natalia & Miki with “Nadie se salva”
- Noelia with “Hoy vuelvo a reír otra vez”
- Sabela with “Hoy soñaré”
There we go! Two more minutes have been added to each demo, with full productions and several tweaks.
After a quick listen, we’ve noticed some changes in particular. Miki now sings the chorus of “La venda” slightly higher, María’s “Muérdeme” has a much subtler beat, and Famous’ “No puedo más” has entered the 21st century with a full revamp. Is the OT winner back in the game?
As we reported earlier, rehearsals are well underway for this year’s gala in Barcelona. From the sneak peaks RTVE has given us, we’ve seen Marilia nailing her choreography, Noelia and Sabela belting it out, and Natalia and Miki rehearsing their moves for their duet.
The winner is in the audience hands, meaning no jury (nor a potentially controversial one) will have any vote. But four faces will sit in the oh-so-famous OT jury chairs to offer commentary. They are: Manuel Martos (OT jury member and Universal Spain executive producer), Pastora Soler (ESC 2012), Tony Aguilar (Los 40 Principales) and Doron Medalie (songwriter of Netta’s “Toy”).
The show won’t only welcome Pastora and Doron’s familiar faces, but also a chart-topping diva. Eleni Foureira — who finished second in Lisbon in 2018 — is calling and we’re fly-fly-flying in heaven. Fiery as ever, Eleni is expected to burn the stage — and the nation!
Who is your favourite for Sunday? Have your thoughts changed with the full versions? Who has improved and who got worse?