benidorm fest 2024

Benidorm Fest 2024 is still two months away, but today we met the 16 contenders to succeed Blanca Paloma. And RTVE went big for the reveal: it happened live from Teatro Alameda in Sevilla.

The city is boiling with excitement ahead of the Latin Grammys, which take place on Thursday night, as it’s filled with the main artists from Latin America and Spain.

It was the perfect setting to hide the 16 participants of Benidorm Fest, some of whom had been around the city for over 24 hours by the time of the reveal.

Benidorm Fest 2024: The participants

Almacor

– Angy

– Dellacruz

– Jorge González

– Lérica

– Mantra

– María Peláe

– Marlena

– Miss Caffeína

– Nebulossa

– Noan

– Quique Niza

– Roger Padrós

– Sofía Coll

– st. Pedro

– Yoly Saa

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Benidorm Fest 2024: Meet the artists

Almácor

Almácor is a young urban artist from Villena, Alicante, who is set to make a major breakthrough at Benidorm Fest. He blends rap, reggaeton, pop and electronic music.

He’s released more than 10 singles over the past four years and is yet to release an album, although he put out an EP early in the summer. More than 26,000 listeners enjoy his music on Spotify and a couple of his songs have over a million streams.

Almácor started his music career four years ago, while he was working as a barman and street seller. He’s set a goal of recording a song with Argentinian producer Bizarrap, a major name in the Latin industry. Yes, he who produced Shakira’s song about her break up with Gerard Piqué.

Angy

Angy Fernández is someone everybody knows in Spain. Her music career began on X Factor in 2007, and later she starred in teen drama “Física o Química”. You could say she was the image of the “emo” aesthetic back in the day.

Whilst her music career hasn’t been especially flamboyant, she’s remained a popular name in the country. And on social media. One of her tweets in 2015 became a meme. Weeks after the release of her album, she wrote: “I published an album days ago… don’t you like it?”.

Angy took a break from releasing music after that album, but has put out a couple of singles in the last year. She still got over 67,000 monthly listeners on Spotify and every single millennial in the country can sing her song “Sola en el silencio”.

Dellacruz

Dellacruz is the stage name of Jorge de la Cruz, a singer-songwriter from the Canary Islands who’s been around for four years.

More than ten singles after his first release, Dellacruz arrives in Benidorm with over 78,000 monthly listeners on Spotify. His style is clearly influenced by Latin and urban music.

Jorge González

Third time lucky? Well, that’s certainly Jorge González’s intention in Benidorm Fest 2024. He’s tried to enter Eurovision for Spain previously in 2009 and 2014. One song per decade, his latest try comes after having appeared on the TV show “Gypsy Kings”.

Jorge has always been in the Eurovision orbit, and his relationship with fans has been troubled at times, similar to what happened with Agoney last year. But hey: didn’t he win the semi-final and come second overall?

Besides Eurovision, Jorge is no stranger to Spanish television. He has taken part in Operación Triunfo, although it wasn’t related to ESC back when he competed, and The Voice. He’s been releasing music for over a decade, and now has around 16K monthly listeners, with some songs counting hundreds of thousand streams.

Lérica

The last time Spain sent a duo to Eurovision, Amaia and Alfred came 23rd in the final. Lérica wants to reverse that and rise to the top of the scoreboard. They are one of Spain’s most popular duos. In fact, they have amassed more monthly listeners than any other music duo in the country with over 1.2 million on Spotify alone.

Their style is a melting pot of melodies ranging from flamenco to pop, rock and Latin styles, and it’s always very breezy and summery.

Lérica have joined forces multiple times with top artists from Spain and Latin America, including Belinda, Gente de Zona and Cali y el Dandee. And here’s a curious fact: Remember Chanel’s single “Clavaíto” with Abraham Mateo, a perennial fan favourite for Benidorm Fest? Well, one half of Lérica, Tony, is Abraham’s brother.

Mantra

You may not have heard of Mantra, but you definitely know the work of one of its members. The group consists of Charly Weinberg, Paula Pérez and Carlos Marco. Carlos was on Xeinn’s team in Benidorm Fest 2022, and Aritz’s “Flamenco” last year.

And besides “Eco”, Carlos was part of Auryn, the boy band which came second in Spain’s Eurovision selection and 2011 and went on to become one of the most popular bands in the country during the early 2010s.

Mantra has over 120,000 monthly listeners on Spotify and a couple of albums. Their last one, Epicentro, dropped in June and some of their songs have over a million listens on the platform. The group is all about pop in Spanish and despite their catalog being quite eclectic, it leans a lot on guitars and pop-folkish rhythms. However, they’ve also done reggaeton.

María Peláe

33 years old María Pelae from Málaga is one of Spain’s most cherished artists. Mixing flamenco with contemporary accents, she’s been around for almost ten years now. She recently released her fourth album ‘Al Baño María’ (explainer). She counts over 300,000 monthly listeners on Spotify.

María is no stranger to television and Eurovision: she was one of the songwriters behind “Arde” — Aitana’s entry in the OT Gala Eurovisión 2018. As a performer, María finished third in Your Face Sounds Familiar, where she embodied Barbara Pravi and Pastora Soler.

An outspoken LGTBI icon, María is known for her lyrics, which have always depicted love and affection between two women. While that is, luckily, more common in 2023, it wasn’t always the case when she started her career. In fact, one of her best known songs is “La niña”, in which she interprets a mother who discovers her daughter is lesbian and ends joining her in a lesbian bar.

Marlena

Marlena consists of Ana Legazpi and Carolina Moyano, a duo from Madrid who got their name from the lyrics of Maneskin’s “Torna a Casa”. They decided to adopt the name when they learnt Marlena is the depiction of an empowered woman.

Their unique vocals and take on pop music have won them popularity on the Spanish indie scene. After touring Spain during the summer from one festival to another, they are now ready to take the stage in Benidorm.

With over 1.2 million monthly listeners on Spotify, Marlena count millions of streams on many songs, and one of them, “Me Sabe Mal” has over 37 million listens. They have been putting out singles since 2019 and have recently released their first album “1,000 Primeras Veces”.

Miss Caffeína

Miss Caffeína have been among Spain’s top alternative bands for over a decade now. Singing mainly in Spanish but having embraced Catalan for one of their best-known tracks “Merlí”, the band sit at the top of the banner at most music festivals. They have over 440,000 listeners on Spotify.

With five albums under the belt, along with many years of touring Spain during the summer, the band finally take the step to perform at Benidorm Fest. They are no strangers to the contest either, as their lead singer Alberto Jiménez penned what was supposed to be Agoney’s song for Eurovision 2018. Sadly, last year’s Benidorm Fest runner-up didn’t get to the OT finale, and “Señales” was later released as a single.

Miss Caffeína has been among the top favourites for Spanish Eurovision fans for years. However, they’ve always been reluctant to take up the challenge. Now it’s finally their time to compete.

Nebulossa

Remember the name: Nebulossa is one of the freshest names on the list. They do electronic pop, heavily inspired by 80s music and with quite explicit lyrics.

They play at home in Benidorm Fest: they come from la Marina, the area in the Region of Valencia where Benidorm sits. Mark Dasousa, the producer behind the group, is a well known producer of one of the region’s best known bands.

The closest thing in Benidorm Fest history to Nebulossa would be Varry Brava. Despite being quite unknown, with fewer than 2,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, Nebulossa has already released an album and several singles.

Noan

25-year-old Noan is from the Basque Country but now lives in Asturias. He’s mostly known for his pop-rock in Spanish and his raspy voice. Several of his songs count over three million listens and he has over 430,000 monthly listeners on Spotify.

Noan is yet to release an album, but he’s put out over ten singles ever since he started releasing music in 2020.

He’s no stranger to collaborations either, including one of his most listened-to tunes, “Odio que te quiero” with Paula Koops. And while he had no Eurovision connections until recently, he just released a version of “Nunca volverás” by Spain’s 2013 act ESDM.

Quique Niza

Remember when we first learned about Chanel? She had released no songs, but had a ton of experience in musical theatre. That’s exactly the case for Quique Niza. 

He’s the youngest competitor in Benidorm Fest, but at just 20 years of age, he already has more than five years of experience in musical theatre in Madrid, where he’s played Grease’s Danny Zuko among others.

Besides theatre, Quique has also acted in a couple of TV series, including UPA Next, which is about a group of young dancers.

Roger Padrós

Roger was discovered on The Voice Spain, where he reached the finale in the seventh edition. Coming from Barcelona, he’s also a pianist and has performed in many theatres around Catalonia.

With over 9,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, Roger has already released an album, “La Vida És Millor” in 2022. He usually sings in Catalan.

During his season of The Voice, which aired in 2020, Roger performed Muse’s “Feeling Good” and Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game” among others. 

Sofía Coll

Hailing from Barcelona, Sofía Coll is one of the newest names on this year’s Benidorm Fest list, and one of the few independent artists. While she’s not the most listened to of artists, with only 7,000 monthly listeners, her song “Tu mente y tu corazón” has over 700,000 streams.

Her music spans pop to R’n’B and she plays with reggaeton bases as well. She sings in Spanish, Catalan and English. She’s also a dancer and actress, and has collaborated with Benidorm Fest alum Rakky Ripper.

Sofía took part in TV3’s talent show “Eufòria”, one of the most popular programmes in the channel. Miki Núñez, he of La Venda, is the host of the show. There, Sofía performed Rosa Linn’s “Snap” and Rigoberta Bandini’s “Perra”.

st. Pedro

st. Pedro was on The Voice of Spain in 2017, but his path led him to Miami. Originally from the Canary Islands, st. Pedro usually does Latin flavoured music, including bachatas.

He has over 37,000 monthly listeners and several of his songs have over one million streams. He has released an album, but curiously, it is a Christmas themed CD.

Pedro Hernández, his real name, has been releasing music since 2018, and most of it has been alone. He doesn’t seem to have any connection to Eurovision… until now.

Yoly Saa

Yoly Saa comes from Galicia and is a singer-songwriter who has penned songs for some of Spain’s brightest stars such as Malú and Luz Casal.

On her own, Yoly has started releasing music and last year took part in RTVE’s “Dúos Increíbles”, a program where newcomers do covers in a duet with established musicians. She performed with Sole Giménez, a huge name of Spain’s music scene during the 90s and early 00s.

Yoly released her first album “A Golpes de Fe” last year and has toured around Spain and Mexico. She has a song with Funambulista, who wrote this year’s Spanish entry for Junior Eurovision “Loviu”. She has over 77,000 monthly listeners on Spotify.


Benidorm Fest 2024 starts in Sevilla 

While we can’t listen to the songs yet, it’s a good moment to start looking at the artists’ back catalogues. Check out our “who is who” later.

Stay tuned tomorrow morning. Interviews with the artists will be taking place and we’ll make sure to bring you some of the excitement.

Are you excited for Benidorm Fest? Who is your favourite? Who are you hyping the most?

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LESERG
LESERG
3 months ago

Do we know when the songs will come out?

Roro31
Roro31
3 months ago

The song “Pop Tech” is the official song from Almacor for Benidorm ?

Very good song but I’m not sure about live performance… But for now, I love it !

Javi
Javi
3 months ago
Reply to  Roro31

No its not

Roro31
Roro31
3 months ago
Reply to  Javi

okay are fake news ! thanks

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago

Ok so now Almacor, Maria Peláe and Sofia Coll are the names the most talked among the spanish eurofans, it reminds me of this year where everybody was talking about Megara, Agoney and Vicco and none of them won BF, and the last year where everybody was on Rigoberta and Tanxugueiras and again none of them win.
Will we get the same situation for the next BF only time will tell…

Anna Karenina
Anna Karenina
3 months ago

It’s hilarious how established artists won’t touch Benidorm Fest with a ten-foot pole lmao

alexxnv_01
alexxnv_01
3 months ago
Reply to  Anna Karenina

Names like María Peláe, Lérica or Miss Caffeina are really well known artist here in Spain. I dont know what are you talking about.

Alex
Alex
3 months ago
Reply to  alexxnv_01

Angy is a very famous actress in Spain.

Green
Green
3 months ago
Reply to  Anna Karenina

Well atleast its a festival that promotes new talent and giving people careers, instead of recycling the same 20 people like melodifestivalen and sanremo

thepro747
thepro747
3 months ago

I still don’t understand why some fans took against Agoney last year, (besides disliking his song)? Haven’t a clue what he actually did wrong.

Green
Green
3 months ago
Reply to  thepro747

From what i heard it was mostly because his song and performance could have been from any country, and Spain wants acts that reflect the culture. Thats why we got acts like Chanel and Blanca Paloma, and most likely will get another very spanish act this year

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
3 months ago
Reply to  thepro747

His personality or the way he behaves IS a bit weird. It seems like the super proud gay Who IS always on defence mood. He seems too obnoxious and arrogant. He might NOT be though but It is the feeling you get when you listen to him speaking.

Jessica Folcker
Jessica Folcker
3 months ago

I like the fact that off the bat the RTVE producers are letting us know that this is not yet another Melodifestivalen and the same artists and hopefully same writers won’t be invited every year until we get sick of them. 😛

Nazy
Nazy
3 months ago

I love how there can’t be one article on this site without someone mentioning Melfest in the comments lmfao

Green
Green
3 months ago

Im very optimistic this year actually, it seems that people mostly want the latino sound from Spain at Eurovision, since that is pretty much what they only succed with if u look at their track record the last 20 years or so, and most of the people on this list seem to be into that genre.

Efraim
Efraim
3 months ago

I’m surprised to not see a single Operación Triunfo alum in the mix (maybe because the show’s moved to Prime Video?), but two acts from The X Factor Spain. (Angy came runner-up in series 1 back in 2007 on Cuatro, and Marlena – under the name W Caps, competed in the Telecinco revival in 2018 alongside Fusa Nocta, whom some of you might remember from BF23).

Efraim
Efraim
3 months ago
Reply to  Efraim

Correction: I just noticed Jorge González is an Operación Triunfo alum, but from the Telecinco (non-TVE, non-ESC) years.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago

spain ain’t winning in 2024 then, lol lol

with these z-listers

go internal for 2025 and give us an actual big name, Efecto Pasillo with a fun bop

Green
Green
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Chanel was a z-lister…

DonutLover
DonutLover
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Can we at least wait for the songs first.. thank you

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Actually most those big names chosen internally decide to go with most generic song on Earth that exists lol

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

You’re not even relevant and again less funny. Ok I see you have already chosen your target for the next esc season…. it begins…

Boozyfloozy89
Boozyfloozy89
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Oh have you heard all the songs then rudo!!

Javi
Javi
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Efecto pasillo JAJAJAJAJAJAJAJJAJA. That group would end bottom in jury and televote. No thanks.

Cookie Nation
Cookie Nation
2 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Efecto Pasillo? Are you trapped in 2017?

Roro31
Roro31
3 months ago

Eurofans who are disappointed with the candidates when we don’t even have the songs… Nobody knew Chanel, Vicco, Fusa Nocta or Karmento well enough and had very beautiful songs!

I am certainly disappointed not to have seen Megara again, but what is cool with Eurovision is that you can see new artists and I think it gives an exciting side to discover!

In any case I am eager to discover the songs of Almacor, Noan, Sofia Coll, St Pedro or Mantra! And can be a surprise!

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  Roro31

nobody still knows who Fusa Nocta is, or Vicco (did she even have a follow up song after Nochentera, nope)

Chanel was famous before benidorm fest though, as a very established musical theatre actress and singer, with many lead acting roles

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago
Reply to  Roro31

Like you ALWAYS disappointed by France without knowing the songs…

Roro31
Roro31
3 months ago

No bro, I listened to the song !

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago
Reply to  Roro31

Same comedy every year man, not at me.

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago

Of course you listened the song, but even before that you were already complaining here but anyway. Keep being constantly negative towards your country…it helps…

Devito
3 months ago

Actually, I’m pretty excited to see new names on the list. Spain has a population of nearly 50 million, they sure must have more than 20 talented singers, no? Well, they did prove they have, unlike most national selections with the same names for the past 10 years. Let’s go!

Robert
Robert
3 months ago

What high quality overall.. sounds promising

Zander25
Zander25
3 months ago

maybe its just me but Nebulossa song sound Roberta Bandinni “ay mama” but out of their samples and brief info I think María Peláe is most interesting for me, I think with a song match her genre and personality she’ll do great for ESC.

ESC Lover
ESC Lover
3 months ago

Jorge Gonzalez por favor!!!! I Loved his previous songs competing for ESC. After last year developments and elimination of Agoney we need hot sexy Spanish artist this year:)

Roro31
Roro31
3 months ago
Reply to  ESC Lover

Eurovision is a song contest or beauty contest ?

XOOOD
XOOOD
3 months ago
Reply to  Roro31

Don’t mind him some people think with their A$$.

Jesper
Jesper
3 months ago

The cast is MUCH bettet than last year

F@b
F@b
3 months ago

Well… I was almost certain Ana Mena would come this year and no. I am a bit disappointed, I have to admit. I am glad to see Jorge Gonzalez back (even if I dislike his last song) and I love Marlena. Let’s wait for the songs but the lineup is disappointing.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  F@b

Jorge Gonzalez more feels like an act who would more show up in San Marino’s national final honestly

Sognomio
Sognomio
3 months ago

T he most popular singers un Spain are Miss Cafeína and María Pelae.Its music is very very famous in Spain.Maria is wonderful..very fresh.People LOVE Her ironic lyrics in her songs but that Will be very dificultad yo appreciate by the european audience.Her song La Niña is a masterpiece.And please do note compare her with blanca Paloma.it is another world.Miss cafeína is an indie banda with outstanding songs.Its song Reina(Queen) with Rozales un wonderful and Talk about the bullying He suffered to be gay in Talavera Toledo).his and muy hometown.Other bands are not very popular in Spain but they can bring… Read more »

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago
Reply to  Sognomio

I like both Miss Cafeina ans Maria Pelae. I´m very excited !

Pablo
Pablo
3 months ago
Reply to  Sognomio

Lérica and Angy too

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
3 months ago

Looks like we may have a male representative this year! The best choice would be for something Spain has never sent before like Rock, so i’m hoping we can get that from Noan.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago

Miss Coffeina podrian ser muy interesante….

Whisker
Whisker
3 months ago

I didn’t watch all of it, but from what I did watch María Peláe had this huuuuuge loud welcome by the audience, and then Angy got the second loudest welcome. And then there’s something about 14 December.

alexxnv_01
alexxnv_01
3 months ago
Reply to  Whisker

The songs will be released the 14 of December

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago

I can see Sofía Coll developing a significant stanbase.

Zanoni
Zanoni
3 months ago

I fell for Internet rumors and got way too excited for a Megara return. Lesson learned! Hopefully I’ll forget this when we get the new songs.

Zanoni
Zanoni
3 months ago
Reply to  Zanoni

My impression at this point is that this is a strong field with lots of breakout potential. I’m not sure who it’ll be, but right now I’m enjoying the songs I’ve heard by Miss Caffeina and Nebulossa.

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago

But where are the songs titles ?

alexxnv_01
alexxnv_01
3 months ago

They didn’t say the titles of the songs because it is rumored that at least one of the songs has already come out.

Whisker
Whisker
3 months ago
Reply to  alexxnv_01

Which one?

Alo
Alo
3 months ago
Reply to  Whisker

Almacor – pop ethic

Alo
Alo
3 months ago
Reply to  Alo

Pop tech*

Whisker
Whisker
3 months ago
Reply to  Alo

Thanks. I like it a lot.

alexxnv_01
alexxnv_01
3 months ago
Reply to  Alo

It’s not Pop Tech, they said his song its even better. It is speculated that the song released is ‘Letra Menúa’ by María Peláe.

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago
Reply to  alexxnv_01

Humm interesting.

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago

Ok! Only new names that’s cool I prefer that after all, of course I don’t know anybody here but there are 3 or 4 that seem to be pretty big deals seeing their monthly listeners, seeing the number of albums they have released. My feeling and seeing the genre of these artists, I think Spain will go with something pop latino, urban trap something like that but we’ll see… now give us the songs pleeease! But really not a single returning artist I’m surprised, last year we got Blanca Paloma for example, but I hope her result have not discouraged… Read more »

Lex
Lex
3 months ago

Angy… I remember watching her X Factor season, she was a really good singer, but her career never had any kind of momentum. She also participated in “Tu cara me suena” and won. If she has a song where she can showcase her vocals, this could be a huge name.

Whisker
Whisker
3 months ago

WILLIAM LEE ADAMS IS ON BBC NEWS RIGHT NOW! WOW!

William Lee Adams
Admin
3 months ago
Reply to  Whisker

haha, thanks for watching! i’ve started uploading some work stuff here: https://www.youtube.com/c/williamleeadams

Whisker
Whisker
3 months ago

Thanks for sharing! Very good videos on vastly different topics and SO MUCH TALENT!

William Lee Adams
Admin
3 months ago
Reply to  Whisker

Too kind!! I’ve really loved working on those segments.

Antonio
3 months ago

Such an honour to have the opportunity to shake your hands in Liverpool. This program is well done…I love your way of interviews making, people feel good.

William Lee Adams
Admin
3 months ago
Reply to  Antonio

What lovely words! Thank you Antonio. Liverpool was so magical — I’m glad we met too!

Whisker
Whisker
3 months ago

Alice Wonder is back!

Whisker
Whisker
3 months ago
Reply to  Whisker

And Sharonne!

Whisker
Whisker
3 months ago
Reply to  Whisker

And KARMENTO! They are there as performing guests.

F@b
F@b
3 months ago
Reply to  Whisker

I think she just came as a guest…

Whisker
Whisker
3 months ago

There will be an “urban” song in the mix.

Karl
Karl
3 months ago

What we need from Spain is a hot Latin track with a sexy artist singing it and lots of dancing. Anything else, then good luck, Spain, trying to get out of the bottom five.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago
Reply to  Karl

Boring !

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Karl

I don’t need that. I doubt I’m alone.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

You´re definitely not alone

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
3 months ago
Reply to  Karl

I believe this is an example of a ‘sarcastic’ comment.

Javi
Javi
3 months ago
Reply to  Karl

Jorge Gonzalez song is hot latin track. There u have it.

Pablo
Pablo
3 months ago
Reply to  Karl

We need a good song and a good performance

Whisker
Whisker
3 months ago

Blanca Paloma’s singing her new song, live vocal, unplugged guitar.

Whisker
Whisker
3 months ago
Reply to  Whisker

Not sure about the guitar.

Whisker
Whisker
3 months ago

So far they’ve been talking about the selection and such as they wanted to have a proper representation of Spanish music today, about tickets and merchandise. I didn’t catch everything tho because of livestream issues.

CatcoolH
CatcoolH
3 months ago

I really hope Megara returns! They were great last time

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago

Artists and no songs in November is better than empty numbers or 3 pr articles per country saying nothing. Eaeaea, ¡vamos España!

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago

If only we had the songs too this evening…
Aitana, Vicco, Xeinn, Tanxugueiras, Rayden would be cool.

GojoSatoru
GojoSatoru
3 months ago

Doesn’t Rayden only do songwriting at the moment instead of singing? I would like him to return, but I don’t see it happening.

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago
Reply to  GojoSatoru

No idea but now that we have the list we have the answer as there are no returning artists for this BF season.

Pedro
Pedro
3 months ago
Reply to  GojoSatoru

Songwriting and also became part of the commitee selecting the 16 acts. Also trying to convince some names to submit their latest hits.

Green
Green
3 months ago

I havent seen anyone throw this name out, but i think someone like Morad could do really well at Eurovision. It would stay true to the Spanish music scene while being completely different for what Spain usually sends, wouldnt be a latina girl doing flips and tricks or a spanish woman singing flamenco, even tho i loved Chanel and Blanca Paloma.

Bejba
Bejba
3 months ago

No Blancka Palome ! Yay The World Can Sleep Easy Now That We Dont Need To Be Hearing Skrieching Women

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

At least Blanca can sing very well while your Bejba…. so you have decided to be on wiwibloggs ONLY to be unbearable towards the western countries that you seem to despise. You have such an interesting life….

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
3 months ago

Bejba, you’re kinda crazay.

Nils
Nils
3 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

The world can sleep easy once you stop to spurt out nothing but hateful nonsense.

Errret
Errret
3 months ago

Predictions

1. Vetusta Morla
2. La Casa Azul
3. Fuel Fandango
4. La M.O.D.A. (La Maravillosa Orquesta del Alcohol)
5. Zahara
6. Delaporte
7. Varry Brava
8. Mala Rodríguez
9. Sidonie
10. Rozalén
11. Second
12. Amaral
13. Nathy Peluso
14. La Pegatina
15. Anni B Sweet
16. Carolina Durante
17. Niña Pastori
18. Elefantes
19. Rayden
20. Izal

Roro31
Roro31
3 months ago

Megara I think !!!

Errret
Errret
3 months ago

I see your eyes shine so bright