EBU / Andres Putting

Spain’s Chanel won Europe over during the pre-party season. And since landing in Turin for Eurovision 2022, she’s kept the fire burning, turning out a series of fiery rehearsals that left our eyes burning with her precise dance moves and her glorious voice.

Now, as hype builds surrounding the Spanish songstress and her chances of winning, Head of Delegation Eva Mora says that RTVE is ready to take up the challenge. 

Speaking exclusively to Wiwibloggs ahead of our interview with the Cuban-born star on Saturday, Eva said:

“We did the best Olympic Games in history and would make a great ESC 2023. Spain has all the tourist infrastructures and we are sure that the institutions would be involved. We already have a plan to host ESC 2023.”

You’ll recall that Eva launched Benidorm Fest 2022 — Spain’s highly successful and much talked-about Eurovision selection show. It set a TV ratings high for RTVE and was trending all over social media for weeks. It drew praise domestically and abroad for the variety and quality of its songs. 

Chanel is a multifaceted artist, bringing her magic to acting, dancing and singing. She has journeyed all across Spain doing musicals, performing in front of packed houses and transmitting her energy directly to onlookers, sometimes just metres away. With her song “SloMo”, which translates well across borders, she seeks to inspire and energise people at home and abroad.

This is a pop-dance track with an urban and Latin essence. The song was composed by Leroy Sánchez (ESC 2021 songwriter for Spain), Keith Harris, Ibere Fortes, Maggie Szabos and Arjen Thonen.

Writing ahead of Eurovision, I couldn’t hide my love for Chanel and her song. 

“Fans of Spain’s Eurovision 2022 act have been using the mango emoji to share their love of Chanel’s juicy entry. But given the spice and enduring burn of her performance, a chilli pepper seems more appropriate. ‘SloMo’ catches fire thanks to its infectious beat and enticing reggaeton feels. But Chanel takes the flames even higher with her eye-popping choreography, which would leave even J. Lo needing to stretch. From the strobe light effects to the killer dance break, this production is a dizzying slice of joy and awe. If a Eurovision winner is based on entertainment, this is easily the most perfect entry of the year.

Do you think that Spain can pull it off? Which city would you like to see host if Chanel comes home with the trophy? Let us know in the comments box down below!

 

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Paul
Paul
12 days ago

I do not think Eurovision 2023 will be held in Spain. Sorry, but Spain is by far OVER-RATED. Shanel is only good at shaking her booty and singing “boum, boum”. This has nothing to do with music.

Susan
Susan
12 days ago

Sweden has said the same thing and I don’t see you guys complaining. ask yourself why, where does that seed of hatred of all of you against Spain come from? If you stop and meditate you will realize it.

Maria
Maria
13 days ago

Cualquier delegación diría lo mismo porque todos los países van al ESC para ganar. Los fans españoles sabemos que es muy difícil. Nadie dice participio y sé que no puedo albergar el próximo festival. Hay canciones estupendas, como la de UK, Italia, Países Bajos, Portugal… Es complicado ganar. Otra cosa, hay un spammer que se hace pasar por fan de Chanel que se apropia del nombre y la foto de otras personas y es realmente tóxico. Insulta otras candidaturas. Tiene muchísimos perfiles y en varios ha publicado el segundo ensayo de Chanel, infringiendo las leyes sobre propiedad intelectual. Antes de… Read more »

CagardiB
CagardiB
13 days ago

amid the controversies regarding the semifinal 1, the initial shock and the overall tight schedule to cover everything and every contestant possible William gives us yet ANOTHER news that has no relevance or real substance whatsoever on his personal favorite. No wonder why whenever you click his name you can find very favorable coverage towards Chanel’s proposal. Great pieces like: -Spain’s chances of winning narrow as Chanel slays pre-party gigs across europe (an article where the chances of winning for spain narrowed down from 4% to 5%, putting her on 5th place, far from countries like Sweden and Italy, and… Read more »

GaudiUK
GaudiUK
13 days ago
Reply to  CagardiB

He writes about what people want to read mate. It’s not propaganda, it’s called business.

Chris
Chris
14 days ago

Although I do like Spain’s entry this year, it would be better for them to actually wait and see if they win before making comments like this. It comes across as a tad arrogant.

Maria
Maria
13 days ago
Reply to  Chris
I think it is not arrogance. Any delegation will say the same
Aatu
Aatu
12 days ago
Reply to  Maria

True, but many are just jealous and can only dream to have host cities like Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga or Palma Majorca in their own countries

Esc addict
Esc addict
14 days ago

As I have said it’s very nice to see a country that was struggling since years to come back in the game, that’s true the spanish act make talk more than the others years this year, for certainly good and not good reasons too but that’s not my point. My point is, this way to come back in the game is not the right imo, after all these years in the dark for Spain in Eurovision come back with humility and not with presomptuousness, it’s so bad to see, Eurovision is hard you don’t come like that one year from… Read more »

Wozzeck
14 days ago
Reply to  Esc addict

As a spaniard, I think you are absolutely right

Esc addict
Esc addict
14 days ago
Reply to  Wozzeck

Hi! Thank you! Yeah that’s true that in Eurovision you have to be patient, you have to bring humility and quality and to try to be regular in terms of quality each years and you will be awarded not especially by a victory directly but at least by enough points to be in the top. In Eurovision to be too greedy too quickly is not productive at all.

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
14 days ago
Reply to  Esc addict

What presumptuosness? So when asked in order to not be presumptuous the Spanish HoD must say: no we are not ready to host Eurovision. In fact we dont want to…
If we show interest, bad, we are presumptuous if we dont, we dont care because we are Big 5.

Susan
Susan
12 days ago
Reply to  Esc addict

Does almost 50 years trying to win ESC seem little to you for you to say that we have just arrived? and paying the expenses of other countries that cannot afford to pay it instead of investing all that money after 50 years in our country? what you say is presumptuous. And the fandom of the rest of Europe so aggressive, insulting, denigrating with infinite toxic comments, Swedes, Norwegians, Italians, French, Portuguese, Serbs, English, Dutch, Belgians, Swiss, Czechs, and more and more and more. More than 60% of the comments on videos from Spain are toxic fandom from the rest… Read more »

Iván el Conquistador
Iván el Conquistador
14 days ago

As a Spaniard, I hope not. Madrid aspired too many times to host the Olympic Games and the city ended up in debt, the Expo 92 in Seville led to the destruction of heritage in Cordoba just to build a train station. No, it’s not worth it.

MJ85
MJ85
14 days ago

Pero que chorrada de comentario es este? Organizing a music festival has nothing to do with all that you have mentioned…

Iván el Conquistador
Iván el Conquistador
13 days ago
Reply to  MJ85

¿Eres español y no sabes cómo son los políticos de este país?

Karworld
Karworld
14 days ago

People giving opinion without knowing the context of the answer, not even the question asked, assuming maliciously Eva’s words wrong, accusing Spanish eurofans of haters when I can mostly see negative comments about Chanel, in any post about her, complaints about the many posts about her, Guys, thats sounds bad hearted to me, let’s be more respectful. Having said that,
there is no doubt Chanel would be a memorable winner of the year, maybe not the best song, but one of the best full packages. Do you agree? So let’s talk in positive.

Karworld
Karworld
14 days ago
Reply to  Karworld

On the other hand, what’s the intention of this post, knowing it would awaken all these negative comments and hate?

Charles
Charles
14 days ago

They may be ready to host the 2023 edition, but RTVE is clearly not ready to understand the meaning of “wait until you know it for real and zip it until that time comes”.
Certain things are better left unsaid …
But I am sure they will find a whole lot of reasons to contest the final result, if such result doesn’t go along with their own ahead-of-its-themselves illusion. I mean … There is never ESC without nationalist and over-the-top patriotic drama when national egos are hurt by wake-up calls, is there?

Thomas Sturley
14 days ago

Chanel would be a great Rep for Spain/Winner but I just don’t think it’s in the cards this year. Glad Eva wants Spain to win though!

Steve
Steve
14 days ago

Somebody’s getting a bit ahead of themselves… I do not see Spain winning.

2022
14 days ago

Sorry Eva, dream on

Helena
14 days ago

Sorry but you are not winning.

Polegend Godnova
14 days ago

chanel is so likable and sweet and i want her to do really well, but gosh spanish eurofans live on their own planet of delusion…

MJ85
MJ85
14 days ago

I’m Spanish and I know we won’t win, I hope we can get a top10 and that will be already enough! But that the head of delegation of Spain tells that they are willing to host Eurovision and that it would be more than welcome, I think is very normal, the weird thing will be the opposite. Imagine a football coach saying “I don’t know if we will win… maybe, hopefully yes…” Spanish fandom is very annoying, I agree, but I don’t get why Chanel has to receive the hate… she’s a good performer and we should be happy that… Read more »

Chris
Chris
14 days ago

Well you need to win first.

mavatu
mavatu
14 days ago

Please stay objective guys, especially on the live stream. You are members of the press… Last night’s live stream was very pro- Spain.. and all countries deserve the same amount of attention, Suzanne….

Milla
Milla
14 days ago

And if Ukraine wins Sweden is offering Avicii arena..

Lin
Lin
14 days ago

Underwear is so small, it doesn’t cover their kitkats ??

Stephanie
Stephanie
14 days ago

Let’s stop with these kind of statements or questions it only leads to needless discussions.

Truth Speaker
Truth Speaker
14 days ago

Can’t wait to see it outside of TOP10.

Anna
Anna
14 days ago

Why are we angry for her for saying that? Here in Sweden, SVT said they are ready to host next year aswell, this is just like that flag situation, making a big deal about nothing haha good for them that they are ready then, in case they win…

Susan
Susan
12 days ago
Reply to  Anna

Exact. Spain is treated differently because there is a hatred created for years against that country

Bob
Bob
14 days ago

If Ukraine win Eurovision is doomed. It becomes a political black hole worse than ever before. So Chanel for Spain or Amanda for Greece would be a breath of fresh air if they won. Not some old 90s rap act with bad hats

Fatima
Fatima
14 days ago
Reply to  Bob

Empathy is not political, Bob

Simon Rich
Simon Rich
14 days ago
Reply to  Fatima

He was referring to the empathy due to political reason, and he is right

Bob
Bob
14 days ago
Reply to  Fatima

Empathy isn’t a song contest either

Charles
Charles
14 days ago
Reply to  Bob

And wanting a Spanish recycled imitation of Cyprus 2018 or a boring soulless non-ethnic Greek ballad is not gonna add anything to the contest either … except feeding your personal satisfaction because I presume, they are your personal favourites. So, neither side of the argument wins this case … And you need to understand that from the moment a country name and flag are used in this contest, it is a political contest right from the get-go whether we want to understand it or not … The roots behind Eurovision are clouded by post-WWII reasons … It became political right… Read more »

Simon Rich
Simon Rich
14 days ago
Reply to  Bob

SloMo isn’t a breath of fresh air, it is a generic and forgetable song we heard many times before. Die Together is a great song with higher artistic velue then SloMo, but average staging, bad styling, and other better songs/packages, will easily destroy Greek chances of winning this year. Personaly, I don’t see not even one song that has that “Oh, this is miles ahead of all the other competitors by being totaly fresh and different”, but the only one that do have something kinda similar to that feel is Serbia this year

Tom
Tom
14 days ago

Wiwi is uber annoying this Year with their Spanish Obsession. It won’t do good for Chanel.

Charles
Charles
14 days ago
Reply to  Tom

Blame it on the 2018 Cyprus-should-have-won syndrome …

Iván el Conquistador
Iván el Conquistador
14 days ago
Reply to  Charles

At least Fuego offered something, it was a banger. Can the same be said about SloMo?

Aatu
Aatu
12 days ago

Fuego was the one imitating. It is a Spanish word. Chanel is authentic – Spanish style music representing Spain

mavatu
mavatu
14 days ago

maybe they can host it together with ukraine…I miss some objectivity guys, after all you are press members… Same goes for your live stream. I stopped watching watching it yesterday because sometimes it’s a bit too much about your opinions , instead of eurovision knowledge…

Tom
Tom
14 days ago
Reply to  mavatu

100% agree

nycforever
nycforever
14 days ago

Why wiwi decided to post this? Everyone is ready to host. If it is necessary, it even will ve in Valentina Monetta’s backyard.

Safiya
Safiya
14 days ago
Reply to  nycforever

That’s what I was thinking. Ask any head of delegation and they will have the same answer. Btw, why wouldn’t they? Do you expect someone to say “God forbid, we don’t want to win or host”?

Jghtl
14 days ago
Reply to  Safiya

Germany probably

Charles
Charles
14 days ago
Reply to  nycforever

To make us do exactly what we’re all doing now: commenting on it with all kinds of opinions and emotions as the social media philosophy explains … creating buzz and gravitating people towards the topic regardless of agreeing with it or not. The fact that we’re writing about it, it’s all that matters to the Wiwi guys.

Johan
Johan
14 days ago

Why are all of the Spanish fans forgetting that this song didn’t even get 4% of the televote in a field of 8? What makes everyone so confident that this will do so well in a field of 25 from the first half? If Spain doesn’t vote for this, why would Estonia or Austria? If she can’t attract people to vote for her (and it is a similar performance), she won’t do well at all; I don’t understand the confidence and think it would be better for Spain if not every Spanish Eurovision fan would overhype their song every single… Read more »

vetrina
vetrina
14 days ago

I’d love to see Barcelona or Madrid hosting the constest but I doubt Chanel will win the jury vote

Lorena
Lorena
14 days ago

I really wonder if people here understood what she said. Apparently, most of them did not.
She didn’t say: “we are ready to host BECAUSE we are going to win”. She was asked: “Is Spain ready to host?” And she answer: “Yes, we are.”
That would have been the answer from ANY country’s Head of Delegation. I just don’t understand why Wiwibloggs thought it was relevant to do such an article out of this.

Amy Kelly
14 days ago
Reply to  Lorena

Because the dears are totally losing it over their “Queen”. (I love Wiwibloggs, I really do. I’m just over this obsession).

Tadhg
Tadhg
14 days ago
Reply to  Amy Kelly

Last year it was Samantha Tina from Lithuania, they never shut up about her, kept referring to her as “the Queen” and she didn’t even get out of the semi. I could have told them that, the song was tripe.

Tadhg
Tadhg
14 days ago
Reply to  Tadhg

I meant to say Latvia, not Lithuania.

Toni959
Toni959
14 days ago

No entiendo el porqué tanto odio hacia España como leo en algunos comentarios por aquí…. A Eva Mora se le pregunta y ella solo responde de que si estaríamos preparados para preparar el festival el año que viene, no entiendo,¿que hay de malo en eso?, se nos crítica a los Españoles este año por nuestra Euforia sobre Chanel y su canción, y yo pregunto¿Porque no podemos estar contentos y pensar en un supuesto triunfo? ¿Hay algo malo? Solo espero que Chanel el 14 de Mayo calle muchas bocas como así lo hizo después del Benidorm Fest ella es un diamante… Read more »

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
14 days ago
Reply to  Toni959

And then they say: Spanish fans are toxic bc they go to other countries threads to trash them and criticize other songs…
This is like: we do the same but toxic are the others.

Lorena
Lorena
14 days ago
Reply to  Toni959

Yo flipo con la controversia. Le preguntan a Eva Mora y ella responde. En ningún momento dice que estemos preparados PORQUE vayamos a ganar. Dice que estamos preparados y punto. De hecho, en todas las entrevistas dice que el objetivo es hacer un top 10.

Toni959
Toni959
14 days ago
Reply to  Lorena

Totalmente de acuerdo con tu comentario

Wozzeck
14 days ago
Reply to  Toni959

Yo te lo explico. Todos los años los eurofans españoles somos unos pesados. Inflamos las posibilidades reales de nuestra canción y nos indignamos más que nadie cuando se nos pone en nuestro sitio. Este años la hostia puede ser más dura que nunca, porque llevamos una cantante más profesional y carismática que otras veces. Pero nuestra candidatura puede, perfectamente, acabar tan mal como siempre (a Europa no se la cuelan, y SloMo es una canción que podría tener 15 años… y que seguramente los tenga). Los españoles no somos tan discretos ni humildes como eran los portugueses cuando ganó Salvador… Read more »

Charles
Charles
14 days ago
Reply to  Toni959

No entiendes porque eres español y tienes ganas de querer que tu pais gane el certamen … nada más que eso … tus sentimientos patrióticos y nacionalistas en um contexto internacional se expanden emocionalmente y no te permiten entender que los demás no vean nuestras canciones con la misma pasión e ilusión que nosotros. Y tampoco somos capaces de escuchar nuestras musicas con la misma objetividad que los demás. Ellos siempre lograran a ser más objetivos que nosotros en ese ámbito. Y nosotros lo haremos sin dificultad contra sus canciones. Sin embargo, queremos siempre ganar solo porque es nuestro pais… Read more »

Lorena
Lorena
14 days ago
Reply to  Charles

Pues como todos los países.

Doris
Doris
14 days ago

Has Spain already made a deal with Ukraine that can’t likely host next year ?

Grftn
Grftn
14 days ago

She has a 4% chance to win, these talks seem a bit … out of place

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
14 days ago
Reply to  Grftn

So. Is there a winning chance-o’-meter out there that accurately predicts the winning chances?? Please share this with us, who is gonna win then?

Grftn
Grftn
14 days ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

Ukraine has a 49% chance to win according to the odds

Adrián
Adrián
14 days ago
Reply to  Grftn

“the odds” haha.

Lorena
Lorena
14 days ago
Reply to  Grftn

Did you really understand what she said? She didn’t say: “we are ready to host BECAUSE we are going to win”. She was asked: “Is Spain ready to host?” And she answer: “Yes, we are.”
That would have been the answer from any country’s head of Delegation. I just don’t understand why Wiwibloggs thought it was relevant to do such an article out of this.

roxy
roxy
14 days ago

I dont think that Spain has the power to win this year. Maybe a lower Top 10 position.

Susan
Susan
14 days ago

Shall we check who are the most toxic fans who harass and insult more in the networks? Why so much hypocrisy? Of course, the other European countries are all angels ? I invite everyone to visit Chanel’s videos, more than 60% are toxic messages from all over Europe. Who denies it lies and knows. You can check it right here. Stop the boycott against Spain. Stop hate. IT’S ENOUGH!!

Lambert
Lambert
14 days ago

Nice song, but not good enough. Will end up somewhere between 8-12.

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
14 days ago

I think most people in here are misreading what she said. It is not, we are ready to host next year Esc bc we are going to win but, IF Spain wins we are ready, we have the support and facilities to host the contest.

Una
Una
14 days ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

As per the quotes in this article, she said: ”We already have a plan to host ESC 2023.”

Every year there is a pack of countries that try to win or expect to win. It’s all calculated. There are no real surprises in Eurovision anymore. It’s either one or the other from the “pack”.

Susan
Susan
14 days ago
Reply to  Una

Some really have very sick minds. We already have a plan to host olympic games, motorcycle racing world cup. That expression is always used in any country in the world. Oh ofcourse!! we talk about Spain and web have to hate it for it

Una
Una
14 days ago
Reply to  Susan

“Very sick minds”? Overreacting much?

I think most people don’t mind any country winning since one or another will have to organize this *expensive* contest. Having a favourite *song* as a personal winner is a different issue altogether.

Tommy
Tommy
14 days ago

Sadly outside of Spain nobody believes that ?

Lorena
Lorena
14 days ago
Reply to  Tommy

Nor within.

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
14 days ago
Reply to  Tommy

In an open year like this one why not? Do you know who is going to win?

Fer
Fer
14 days ago
Reply to  Tommy

Fortunately most of people in Europe dont think like you

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
14 days ago

If she had said: No Spain is not ready to host the show… Same people, same negatives comments in here.
Esc fans criticize one thing and the opposite: they criticize Italy for their supposed lack of involvement with Esc this year and now they criticize Spain for being too involved and showing we are willing to host the show.
In past years they were criticizing Spain because acvording to them we did not want to host the show.

Mr. Abbott
Mr. Abbott
14 days ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

👏

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
14 days ago

It is funny… Last year those same people saying that Italy had no chance to win because ‘there are better songs’, ‘Esc audience does not like this kind of song’ etc changed their opinions about Manneskin after the show and after winning the Italian song was the 7th wonder for them.

Lambert
Lambert
14 days ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

Weird comparison. Maneskin was always distinctive and daring. This year’s Spanish entry is not.

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
14 days ago
Reply to  Lambert

You didnt say that about Manneskin BEFORE the show.

Lambert
Lambert
14 days ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

Interesting. You seem to know more about me, than I do. This although we have never met or talked.

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
14 days ago
Reply to  Lambert

It is a general ‘you’.

Susan
Susan
14 days ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

Leave it, they themselves do not recognize their hatred and interpret the words as they want. You are setting an example that last year people did not bet on Italy and still continue with their negative mind. Sad, they should reflect

Helene
Helene
14 days ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

Last year I was sure Italy was going to win. I remember argument about them here.,This year I have no clue. I guess it will be Ukraina. The odds are seldom wrong this late into the contest.

Robbie
Robbie
14 days ago

All broadcasters should be ready and willing to host next year : that’s kinda the idea!

Nils
Nils
14 days ago

Doesn’t matter, Eva, you won’t have to.

Lorena
Lorena
14 days ago
Reply to  Nils

So, tell me, she should have answer: “No, we are not ready to host” ??????

ete sech
ete sech
14 days ago

I’m getting big Malta 2021 vibes from Spain this year. SloMo is actually a nice song (and it’s better than Je Me Casse), but it’s the weakest part of the whole Spanish package and the HoD stating this sounds a bit presumptuous and arrogant, which could affect Chanel :/

Adrián
Adrián
14 days ago
Reply to  ete sech

Well, if you’re asked what would you say? Of course she has to say they are ready to host ESC next year. It’s her job to be ready for anything regarding the competition, so it’s to be expected from her to at least say she and the RTV team is ready.

Patrick
Patrick
14 days ago

Well Spain might be ready but it wont happen in 2023!

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
14 days ago
Reply to  Patrick

Or else.

motopapi
motopapi
14 days ago

I’m getting big Malta 2021 vibes from Spain this year. SloMo is actually a nice song (and it’s better than Je Me Casse), but it’s the weakest part of the whole Spanish package and the HoD stating this sounds a bit presumptuous and arrogant, which could affect Chanel :/

Caspi007
Caspi007
14 days ago

Ukrainian delegation are already hooking up with the BBC

Fast Food Music Lover
Fast Food Music Lover
14 days ago

Back-to-back Big 5 host for Eurovision would be so iconic. I’d love to see that.

Tommy
Tommy
14 days ago

If a Big 5 country wins this yeasr, probably it would be the UK

Colono
Colono
14 days ago

If Ukraine wins and Spain came second, they will probably host the next year. So, cross your fingers for top 2 Eva..

Mariia
Mariia
14 days ago
Reply to  Colono

I am a Ukrainian and we would NEVER give a right to host. If there is a even a little opportunity, so do not hope for it. Our representatives are already talking about where it could be hosted in the country. The whole west of Ukraine is relatively safe

Lambert
Lambert
14 days ago
Reply to  Mariia

Relatively safe. I am afraid that won’t be safe enough. Help you hope that it will again be fully safe next year..with or without Eurovision.

Mariia
Mariia
14 days ago
Reply to  Lambert

We will see how it goes. But sooner or later Ukraine will win the war and it will be safe

Anke
Anke
14 days ago

Cool, but you know you need to win it firts? This year song I see around 15th-20th place. Tops. Every year Spanish fans, depite of the song believe it is the year of their victory 😉

vogue
vogue
14 days ago
Reply to  Anke

Delusional comment lol.

Lorena
Lorena
14 days ago
Reply to  Anke

She didn’t say otherwise. She didn’t say: “as we are winning, we are ready to host”. She just said “we are ready to host”. I am so surprised about the scarce reading undersanting of people here…

fan
fan
14 days ago

This year I see Ukraine as the only possible winner, not because of the war situation, but because I think it is the best song !!.and contrary to most opinions, i think the standard of songs this year is better than any year previous.

tylos
tylos
14 days ago

Isn’t it up to Ukraine where 2023 is hosted??

Mariia
Mariia
14 days ago
Reply to  tylos

thank you for the support)

Ressay
14 days ago

Where all this hate to Chanel came from?

fan
fan
14 days ago
Reply to  Ressay

My critique is not of Chanel. !! actually i think she is fantastic, ( See my comment ) , my criticism is of the Spanish Tv station, for even allowing this dated song to be considered as a worthy entry to represent their country.
In a high speed race, don’t enter a 3 legged horse.!!

roxy
roxy
14 days ago
Reply to  Ressay

her performance is just very dated.

Adrián
Adrián
14 days ago
Reply to  roxy

Yeah, because just standing on stage with a mic is not “dated”, right? XD

Lin
Lin
14 days ago
Reply to  Adrián

No, showing butt and half of kitkat is dated

Adrián
Adrián
14 days ago
Reply to  Lin

Yet somehow “shirtless men on stage” is not dated? Nobody says male nipples on stage are dated or out of place…I wonder why? No wait. I know: misogyny.

Villagauda
Villagauda
14 days ago
Reply to  roxy

Dated is UK, Elton John (70’s) + Oasis (90’s)……