benidorm fest 2024

Sixteen acts sang in the semi-finals of Benidorm Fest 2024. But only eight have made it to the final. Their songs include an 80s synth power anthem, a heartfelt ballad, a pop-rock anthem of self-belief and a spicy male dancer number that made fans sweat.

Nebulossa won Semi-Final 1. st. Pedro won Semi-Final 2. But only one act can sing for Spain at Eurovision 2024. Who should it be?

You can watch all of their live performances from the Semi-Finals in the playlist below. Then vote in our poll. You can vote for as many acts as you like, but you can only vote one time. So make it count!

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Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
2 months ago

If we send Jorge It IS fine. We have sent worst things… But please do not say things like “this song represents Spanish culture, Spanish music or Spanish anything”, this song/ performance IS made to please you, Europeans, and has nothing to do with the music we listen to (at least not since the early 90s).

Dida
Dida
2 months ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

It’s fine, you sent music that represents your culture last year, and it got 0 points. Who wants to hear a screaming lady? We’re not into bulerias, we want something like Chanel, but maybe different. With a male singer this time…

Lorena
Lorena
2 months ago

Do you know how we can watch it tonight in Youtube?

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
2 months ago
Reply to  Lorena

IS rtve play not available outside of Spain?

Lorena
Lorena
2 months ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

No 🙁

Alex
Alex
2 months ago

I voted for Jorge, St Pedro, Almácor, and Angy. I really hope Almácor improves his vocals tonight. Angy is the standout to me though and I hope she does well. I worry a bit about sending Jorge, however catchy the song may be – it does feel like something is missing in the performance. St. Pedro was my favorite singer in the 2nd semifinal and would be a jury darling in Malmö.

Jessica Folcker
Jessica Folcker
2 months ago

Nebulossa, but oh Jorge… Ufff! I got pregnant watching that performance…

Tried to like St Pedro’s track. Lovely song in the studio version. Absolute snooze fest live…

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
2 months ago

Nebulossa, Maria, Jorge for me.
Jorge is the biggest and hottest revelation of this Benidorm year, que calor!
Nebulossa is THE HIT of this Benidorm season,
Maria is THE VOICE of this festival.

oran
oran
2 months ago

for me it’s Angy or Jorge, Angy seeing her live really just made it for me it was chefs kiss really and Jorge was amazing too people who say that the basic, just for reference Chanel didn’t break barriers with the lyrics or production of that song e.g Take a video watch it Slo mó mó mó mó. I’ve a feeling the jury might give him better tonight due to fact of how the crowd and the public reacted so ya. I would fine with St,Pedro if the dancers didn’t doing Eleni type dancing to ballad? like hair whipping to… Read more »

zoliszekely
zoliszekely
2 months ago

St. Pedro is my favourite! I’m okay with Angy or Almácor too.
But if Spain choose Nebulossa then I will have my last place in this year.

Sun
Sun
2 months ago
Reply to  zoliszekely

OMG! That’s going too far without having heard the remaining 30 songs yet in my opinion lol

N B
N B
2 months ago

It doesn’t matter since the winner will be a jury favorite. It is enough that the jury has a couple of favorite entries A and B (it *doesn’t even have to be just one*) in which they split their top ratings (e.g. both get 12*4+10*4=88) for these to be IMPOSSIBLE to beat by the public, even if every single voter agrees to vote C (because that would make 40*2=40). The deceptive element is not even the existence of that mysterious demoscopic sample, but “the total points add up the same”, when public votes have a fixed spread with lower ceiling… Read more »

N B
N B
2 months ago
Reply to  N B

*I mean 40*2=80 (I can’t edit), but my point stands

Karworld
Karworld
2 months ago

For me it’s Jorge or St Pedro. Jorge is ready for the eurovision stage, they should probably improve the dance break with some short flamenco dance. St. Pedro has the song and the voice, but they need to change all the idea of the performance to elevate the song: a typical Cuban orquestra, 40s-50s dresses, many short camera angles, and maybe, only maybe, a female dancer with subtles movements, not picking up the rose in the first ‘somos dos extraños’ and giving her back to him in the second. Then, a lot of of warm lighting in the climax.

duxx
duxx
2 months ago

Hardly anyone deserves to win. They are all so weak vocaly. St pedro is basically salvador sobral 2.0

Calp
Calp
2 months ago
Reply to  duxx

Ah, yes, Sobral invented music. And fado and bolero are the same style as well.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago

I wonder how loud the booing will be tonight when Jorge gets a SECOND robbery from the juries?

Benji
Benji
2 months ago

Jorge’s “Caliente” isn’t a great song but Chantal’s “Slomo” wasn’t either. Nevertheless, she managed to do a great job due to a brilliant stage performance. That’s why my first choice would be Jorge.

Frisian esc
Frisian esc
2 months ago

Mary pelae or st pedro

rainer1
rainer1
2 months ago

According to Wiki, Jorge Gonzalez is an evangelical and they strongly oppose the LGBTQ community. In an interview he said that he only dances for women and NEVER for men.
This looks completely different to me but just so you know.

LOL
LOL
2 months ago
Reply to  rainer1

You must be joking! You cannot spread such lies. He is not “strongly opposing LGTBQ”, OMG. What are you talking about? Watch his interview in 2022 with “Togayther”. There he says that everyone is equal. Better keep your rumours to yourself instead of sharing information from questionable sources.

Rory
Rory
2 months ago
Reply to  rainer1

He is in extreme denial if he has actually said this ?

Toni959
Toni959
2 months ago
Reply to  rainer1

No es así como dices, Jorge González es de la comunidad Gitana (los gitanos tienen sus costumbres y sus tradiciones muy marcadas) el estuvo casado y tiene Dos hijos y Si, perteneció en su día a la Iglesia Evangélica. Hoy en día está separado y es un miembro más de la comunidad LGTBI y está fuera de la iglesia, El es el primero que apoya a la comunidad LGTBI y pone en valor los avances dentro del pueblo gitano. Es un tío que como muchos no lo ha tenido fácil para salir del armario y más dentro de su comunidad.

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
2 months ago
Reply to  Toni959

Que es un miembro más de la comunidad LGTBI??? Cuando se ha declarado él gay?

Toni959
Toni959
2 months ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

En su día su exmujer en las redes sociales lo sacó del armario y relevó una gran polémica, lo hizo en plan “dolida” tras una separación complicada y mas siendo miembro de la comunidad gitana (él cierto es que nunca ha dicho nada al respecto) pero por su círculo cercano, me consta que saben su orientación sexual y el es el primero que apoya el colectivo (ahora no tiene que ir con un cartel, si no quiere diciendo lo que le gusta y lo que no). Pero no se oculta para nada.

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
2 months ago
Reply to  Toni959

Como q no se oculta si él no ha dicho nada al respecto? Por su círculo cercano te consta? Anda yaaaa. O sea q el no dice nada y su círculo cercano te va a decir a ti si es gay o no es gay…

Toni959
Toni959
2 months ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

Tu lo has dicho… El no dice nada al respecto y tampoco lo tendría que decir si fuese el caso, pero ni lo niega ni lo oculta, te lo puedo garantizar… Otra cosa que se tenga que poner un cartel en la frente con algo tan personal, os recuerdo que pertenece a una comunidad (Gitana) de ideas muy cerradas e antiguas, aún así el es un tío avanzado y abanderado frente a la comunidad LGTBI y a la comunidad gitana de ideas avanzadas (gracias a Dios).

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
2 months ago
Reply to  Toni959

Pero como va a ser abanderado de la comunidad LGTBI si supuestamente tú mismo dices q es gay pero no lo declara abiertamente?? Q no digo yo q lo tenga q decir pero obviamente abanderado de la comunidad LGTBI no es.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
2 months ago
Reply to  rainer1

No, you have to read it completely. He´s member in the Iglesia Evangelica Espanola which does support gay people

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  rainer1

Why would he say that come out with THAT performance? Clearly he’s changed his views which anyone can in life OR he never had them and this is fake news used to discredit who otherwise seems like an ordinary and nice man.

Akez
Akez
2 months ago

Zorra and Caliente will split the gay vote. St Pedro will get the jury vote.

Angy could win the overall or Zorra as a surprise.

Zorra and Caliente will be cringy entries for Spain…

Chingiz Tulegenov
Chingiz Tulegenov
2 months ago

While I’m usually for more upbeat choices, but I think St. Pedro will be the best choice for Spain. I don’t understand how fandom classifies it as a ballad, cuz it’s not

Josh
Josh
2 months ago

St. Pedro isn’t the best choice. Him winning Benidorm Fest is a worse case scenario. His song is slow and boring, and anyone who says otherwise is wrong and has poor taste.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
2 months ago
Reply to  Josh

You are completely wrong….

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
2 months ago

It’s a sad boy song, so it qualifies as a ballad

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago

It’s a bit of a gamble whether or not sending him would translate well into the Eurovision stage. Obviously he has a great voice but would people appreciate the song like you and I? It could be a Salvador Sobral moment but it could also be people going to the toilet during Eurovision as well.

Josh
Josh
2 months ago

That’s why it’s really important to consider those who do not like St. Pedro’s song (like me). Dos Extranos is the kind of song that you either love or hate. That alone could kill Spain’s chances of winning Eurovision with that song. But again, Portugal won with a somewhat similar song, and we don’t know what the rest of this year’s line-up will be, so we should take St. Pedro’s possibility of winning with a grain of salt.

Fatima
Fatima
2 months ago

I sense that Jorge and St Pedro will split the bearded hunk vote. Someone else will come through to win.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago

If Caliente is chosen, it would be my favourite Spanish Eurovision entry OF ALL TIME

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
2 months ago

You cannot be serious

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

I am SO serious! Chanel with SloMo did nothing for me in Turin even though I backed her at Benidorm Fest before everyone else!

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
2 months ago

Ok i can understand that and i can understand that you like/LOVE Caliente but that It is your favourite Spanish entry of all times… By entry you mean singer maybe? And by “singer” I mean body.

Stephanie
Stephanie
2 months ago

I can name you at least 8 other Spanish entries that are much better than this!

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Stephanie

Name them!

PP77
PP77
2 months ago

For me Jorge is best option for Spain, and only who can give Spain TOP 10 result in final thanks to huge points by televote. St.Pedro risky choice , TOP 5 or Bottom 5 (depends of reaction from juries and televote on ESC final).
Nebulossa , prediction from 21 to 26 place in final.
My TOP 3 are Jorge, Nebullosa, Sofia

Miss Uncongeniality
Miss Uncongeniality
2 months ago

Jorge González, without any doubt

Dominic
Dominic
2 months ago

Overall, Spain had an amazing NF with some of the all-time best stagings. Each song was staged in a way that it drew out what works in the song itself. Roger Padros is my overall winner, but from the finalists, they should pick st. Pedro or Maria Pelae. Both very strong options! Jorge Gonzalez and Almacor could objectively work too. Their songs are catchy and fun. In any case, bravo, Spain!

Dominic
Dominic
2 months ago
Reply to  Dominic

PS. I wouldn’t mind Nebulossa or Angy either, TBH. But if I had to pick one, it would be st. Pedro. Good luck to Spain!

Héctor
Héctor
2 months ago

Still Almácor. The best performance as a whole (but the TV coverage needs to capture the live vocals on stage, much better than what we heard through the TV). St. Pedro could make it work with another staging but I think he didn’t deserved to win by that margin. Same with Angy. Some thoughs on the others: Jorge González is a copy of Chanel I’m afraid, but the song is much worse. The whole performance feels to much, like he’s trying to hard. Also he’s proud of sticking to a lot of stereotypes from Spain. Nebulossa has the presence and… Read more »

Sim
Sim
2 months ago

I think all songs are respectable picks for Eurovision. My personal favourite is St. Pedro.

Catriona
Catriona
2 months ago

Please Spain do the right thing and send Angy. Sofia has a very European song but perhaps not Spanish enough. Pedro would be safe but would get a similar result to last year. And Jorge would be a disaster.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Catriona

I agree Sofia isn’t the one and that Angy would be one of the best choices but St Pedro and Jorge shouldn’t be counted out, especially Jorge!

Raphael
Raphael
2 months ago
Reply to  Catriona

But angys song is not that good? (Not bashing her vocals, she’s a great singer)

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago

Suge, Honey
Move Your Body

Pick Jorge!

Ultima Thule
Ultima Thule
2 months ago

Angy is probably the only one who can escape bottom 5. St. Pedro is clear 0 points from the public (outside Portugal) , Caliente is bland and Agoney already failed, this is worse copy of him, Nebulossa if she could sing, maybe… all in all, Angy is the best choice for sure.

Green
Green
2 months ago
Reply to  Ultima Thule

Plss, angy is one of those acts the entire fandom hypes only to get maybe 18th place. St pedro could pull a salvador sobral for all we know, and agoney didnt invent those type of performances and Jorge is doing a much better job, also bringing some culture into his performance which agoney didnt

Ultima Thule
Ultima Thule
2 months ago
Reply to  Green

18th place for Spain would be a jackpot. How things are going, Spain is last place candidate, because every big 5 + Sweden this year should be stronger.

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
2 months ago
Reply to  Green

He’s not gonna pull Salavor Sobral with that staging concept, and lowkey didn’t like his stage presence either

Rory
Rory
2 months ago
Reply to  Ultima Thule

Agoney failed at Benidorm fest, we don’t know how he would have done at Eurovision (personally I think probably a lot better than Eaeaea)

Matt
Matt
2 months ago

It is weird that Maria is opening and Almácor is closing, again. Can’t wait to see which act the jury decides to throw under the bus this time and the public has to rescue

Charlie44
Charlie44
2 months ago

Sorry, I’m not feeling caliente at all hahha
St. Pedro, María Peláe, Angy or Nebulossa would be great

Réi Slaya
Réi Slaya
2 months ago

Sofia Coll obviously, every other choice would be dumb

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago

CALIENTE

Ria NL
Ria NL
2 months ago

I hope for St. Pedro or Maria Pelae. I don’t like the other songs

apollinischesprinzip
apollinischesprinzip
2 months ago

Jury as almost always tasteful, whereas the televote only likes what grabs their attention and shows some skin.

Eurovision would’ve been a dead thing if there was no jury.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago

The televote actually voted for the best singers in this case.

Rory
Rory
2 months ago

Didn’t the jury vote for Nebulossa? (Which personally I love but definitely showed a lot of skin hehe)

apollinischesprinzip
apollinischesprinzip
2 months ago
Reply to  Rory

at least that had a message.

Boo
Boo
2 months ago

What’s wrong with skin?

Dida
Dida
2 months ago

Cliente, by far! But I predict Spain will pick St.Pedro, they want 0 points again, for another boring, traditional song. You know what? We don’t want that, we wanna dance, we want choreography! Look how well Chanel did, 2 years ago!!!

apollinischesprinzip
apollinischesprinzip
2 months ago
Reply to  Dida

Tell that to Michael Ben David who also did a choreography and ended up 15th with the televote in the semi! SUCCESS

Dida
Dida
2 months ago

That cheap diva? We’re talking about hot men here, not screaming queens

FanESC
FanESC
2 months ago

I already gave my opinion yesterday but I still can’t understand why people are thinking “Caliente” was robbed by juries ? This is giving like 19th (22pts) with juries and 10th (77pts) with televote.

Steven
Steven
2 months ago
Reply to  FanESC

Why not the same result as Channel? Last year, traditional song sung by a powerful singer ended last with the televote. What do you expect with St Pedro (weaker then Paloma) to happen? St Pedro is 20-26th 100%.

Daniel Kaplan
Daniel Kaplan
2 months ago
Reply to  Steven

Because Chanel was 1000% better

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
2 months ago
Reply to  Daniel Kaplan

And she (Chanel) won immediately the juries at BeFest from the semi as well. Blanca Paloma did fine with juries at ESC – she just tanked televoting because her song couldn’t reach larger European audiences. I don’t understand why people decide to ignore factual information.

Eve
Eve
2 months ago

St Pedro or Maria Pelae

ANDREW BROWN
ANDREW BROWN
2 months ago
Reply to  Eve

Please not another Spanish woman screaming!. 2023 was more than enough. 5pts from public enough

Michael Mata
Michael Mata
2 months ago

Please not Jorge, the song is cheap even if the staging was good. Personally I’ll vote for St Pedro (I feel he is our best chance) and also enjoy Sofia and Angy. ????

Lex
Lex
2 months ago

While I think all of them have chances of being bottom 5, I feel some have more options than others to escape that result. St Pedro could be a high risk high reward option, especially if they reconsider the entire staging. Jorge is full of clichés, nothing original, but at the same time this disaster, somehow, could work being a guilty pleasure: he’s a good singer and knows how to move and sell it, and sometimes that’s enough. I think those two are the best options in, sadly, a not so strong national final.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Lex

The song IS original though because it incorporates a flamenco dance break rather than Latin which SloMo has and focuses on the colours red and orange in a ‘hot’ way rather than black and blue.

Bejba
Bejba
2 months ago

The Running Order May Have Ruined Angy’s Chances. St Pedro 2nd Is… Interesting? Is This Random Or Decided?

Lorena
Lorena
2 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

Random

Lorena
Lorena
2 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

Anyway, with just 8 acts, RO is not really that important

Bejba
Bejba
2 months ago
Reply to  Lorena

I Hope Not! Reina Angy the I For The Win!!!

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Lorena

Well it depends on if the song is a bop or ballad and where it is in next to that kind of song.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

Doesn’t feel random! Look at where Almacor is…AGAIN!

Lorena
Lorena
2 months ago

Also Maria Pelae beginning again… but it was actually a life drawing done by Blanca Paloma.

Emily
Emily
2 months ago

Either Angy, St Pedro or Nebulossa for me.

jxck
jxck
2 months ago

st. pedro – dont understand this mad hype for jorge all of a sudden, i thought everyone wanted sofia to go? ? i do think sofia has bad staging, but i think jorge is a bit lacklustre and simple imo

Voix
Voix
2 months ago

The winner will be whoever the jury wants. This national final is almost uncomfortable to watch, the drama, the unemployed gays screaming, the non sense voting, the songs…. If they wanna have good results again many things needs to change next year.

Calp
Calp
2 months ago
Reply to  Voix

And yet every single year you’re hear complaining about the Spanish national final. You know, no one is forcing you, the Spanish govt. is not coming to your house if you do not see it.

grft
grft
2 months ago

Let’s be honest I have no idea how Spain is going to escape the bottom5 this year … Jorge Gonzalez has the most potential to have an impact on the European audience, but the song is very bland, and I don’t think he’s gonna win. St Pedro, Angy and Nebulossa are not bad, but I don’t see people voting for these songs in May at all. Ugh

Green
Green
2 months ago
Reply to  grft

People said this about Chanel. Nothing is decided until we see the stagings of all countries. I mean belgium was predicted to not qualify last year and almost came top five. If Spain sends St pedro they will have a quality song that no one else is gonna send, i mean i doubt another country is sending a cuban bollero type of song

Nicomro
Nicomro
2 months ago
Reply to  Green

I agree with everything but your last point. No one else sent nu flamenco last year but spain and paloma… But we all know the outcome (blanca was in my top 10 for the info ^^)
Being the only song in a genra, a fortiori cuban bollero, doesnt guarantee any décent result in the ESC

grft
grft
2 months ago
Reply to  Green

People will see St Pedro’s track as a ballad. There definitely will be better ballads this year to vote for (Slimane for example)

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
2 months ago
Reply to  grft

But what about Juries? As long as a country is voted by juries they do not end up bottom 5

grft
grft
2 months ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

I don’t see the jury voting for St Pedro… He’s giving me Blas Canto vibes

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
2 months ago
Reply to  grft

WoW. You know Who juries and Televoters Will vote, quite the expert and the seer combined.

grft
grft
2 months ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

right?!

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  grft

It will all come down to live vocals and staging my friend!

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
2 months ago
Reply to  grft

St Pedro will do fine with the juries. No idea how he will perform in the televoting. Nebulossa will probably have an average result with both. Jorge has no real chance winning BeFest and even if he did he would tank with the juries at ESC as well. All the rest are out of contention imho. I don’t think that Spain has good chances for a Top 10 result this year unfortunately although I really enjoy this year’s BeFest.

LOL
LOL
2 months ago
Reply to  grft

Jorge already confirmed that they have prepared a revamp of his song, so he is aware they need to elevate it musically and he will do it if they go to Eurovision. He’s conscious that the current version of the song is not the best as they had to do it in a quite short time. This look very promising for me. He really wants to do well.

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
2 months ago

It’s gonna be most likely st Pedro, although I prefer (and I voted for) Nebulossa. Everyone that thinks that Jorge can win hasn’t understood how the voting at BeFest actually works – juries need to change their mind completely to have any chance at all.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  ThorBeta

Which could absolutely happen

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
2 months ago

Equipo St-Pedro. Voy a cruzar mis dedos !

zach
zach
2 months ago

i’m hoping for angy but based on the voting system it looks like it’s going to be hard to beat st you pedro

Kosey
Kosey
2 months ago

It’s Angy for me, I think this entry best combines a strong audio with intriguing staging.

Nikita Zhukov
Nikita Zhukov
2 months ago

I saw the running order, Pedro about to pull off a victory from the #2 spot
Almácor closing the show again is certainly a choice
I still hope Zorra somehow wins it all, but it looks like it will be Pedro

Josh
Josh
2 months ago

Nebulossa and St. Pedro seem to be the most likely to win, which is such a shame. Because on one hand, Zorra is at best alright, but the singer has such a mediocre delivery that I can’t find any enjoyment in the song. Not even her singing it live intrigues me. And on the other hand, Dos Extranos is such a slow and boring song and it’s so overrated. The last thing I want at Eurovision is a wannabe Amar Pelos Dois (not that I like that song either). I do hope that Nebulossa wins because at least their song… Read more »

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
2 months ago
Reply to  Josh

Dos extraños is absolutely timeless and classy.

Josh
Josh
2 months ago
Reply to  Antananarivo

No it’s not. It’s just boring. It’s the kind of music that I would hear either when I’m inside an elevator or when I’m on hold during a phone call. NOT when I’m watching a song competition like Eurovision. Anyone who says otherwise is a posh w*nker with poor taste just like the six (or so) people who downvoted my brutally honest opinion.

stm
stm
2 months ago
Reply to  Josh

No need to be rude and spreading hate for no reason disguised as “brutally honest opinions”. People see right through you. Go be spiteful somewhere else.

Josh
Josh
2 months ago
Reply to  stm

Firstly, I’m sorry if what I said came off as rude (and I’ll admit that I might’ve went too far). Secondly, I’m not disguising anything. When I say “brutally honest”, I mean full-on BRUTAL. No sugarcoating. Thirdly, like I said, Dos Extranos is very overrated. People look at that absolute BOREFEST of a song and think it’s actually good. Of course I’m gonna, according to you, “spread hate”.

Rory
Rory
2 months ago
Reply to  Josh

Can’t you just say you personally don’t like it without insulting people who do? ?

Josh
Josh
2 months ago
Reply to  Rory

Absolutely not. Slow and boring songs are bad, and I think that anyone who likes those kind of songs rightfully DESERVED to be insulted. Because how could anyone POSSIBLY like a song that could actually put you to sleep? Again, maybe I did go too far with the insulting, but my opinion on those who like Dos Extranos still stands.

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
2 months ago
Reply to  Josh

Man take your medication… You might have skipped the last 5 doses.
Everyone Who likes a specific kind of music deserves to be insulted?
You are a moron, sorry for being BRUTALLY honest.

Josh
Josh
2 months ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

Firstly, insulting me isn’t a good defense on why my opinion is wrong. F Minus for Arguments. Secondly, do I think people who like songs like Dos Extranos deserve to be insulted? Not in general. But in the context that they think they’re good songs for Eurovision? Hell yeah! The songs should be full of excitement, epicness and strong, powerful emotions. The last thing I want is a slow song that drags on and has nothing interesting or engaging to it whatsoever. That would just be an absolute waste of time.

Calp
Calp
2 months ago
Reply to  Josh

And yet Sobral won? And you didn’t like it? And probably you would’ve spread the same hateful comments about his song? And he won? I will repeat: he won?

Josh
Josh
2 months ago
Reply to  Calp

I hated Europe for letting him win then, and I hate them for it now. Also, I would argue that from my research (on Eurovision YouTubers’ tops), Portugal wasn’t even the fan favourite to win that year. That was Italy. And while that song wasn’t my cup of tea, I’d gladly take that song winning over a slow and boring song winning the whole thing. In fact, I would dare say that Amar Pelos Dois is the WORST Eurovision song EVER. Dos Extranos is a very close second. Saved slightly by the fact that it has a drum in the… Read more »

Alex
Alex
2 months ago

I’m rooting for Nebulossa.

Moustache
Moustache
2 months ago

Best choice for Spain is Caliente. Eurofans don’t like Dos Extranos, if St. Pedro wins Spain will be in the last places of eurofans tops. You will see. And in grand final, Spain will end 18th or something like that cause Dos Extranos is boring, very boring and I lot of people don’t feel connected to the song.

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
2 months ago
Reply to  Moustache

We have a problem if they feel “connected” to Caliente being the most basic, clichéd, gayish, old fashioned in a bad way… It sounds like Turkish music pretending to be modern in the early 90s.

Rory
Rory
2 months ago
Reply to  Jonkonfui

Since when has being “gayish” been a problem in Eurovision? ?

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
2 months ago
Reply to  Rory

When It is not gay and just gayish and It IS done just to please the gay EuroFandom.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
2 months ago
Reply to  Moustache

Eurofans are not really important…..

Leendert Jan
Leendert Jan
2 months ago
Reply to  Moustache

Eurofans don’t decide the result in the ESC