Manel Navarro’s “Do It For Your Lover” seems tailor-made to graze the bottom of the Eurovision final standings.
Now that we have week-to-week data and all 43 songs available, which Eurovision entries are the movers and shakers and possible favorites in Kyiv?
Eurovision selection season lacked drama until this past Saturday, when Spain’s selection of “Do It for Your Lover” caused all sorts of controversy.
Friday provided a clearer separation of the wheat from the chaff as all eighteen performers from Semifinal 1 took to the Eurovision stage for their second rehearsals.
In which Barei tries to dance Spain to a respectable finish in Stockholm.
After Edurne’s disappointing finish in 2015, Spain returned to a national final in the hopes of finding a crowd favorite for Stockholm. Will Barei inspire fans to say yay or meh?
Is Spain even trying to win the Eurovision Song Contest with Edurne’s “Amanacer”?
Good luck finding a copy of this song through the usual channels!
France’s super-catchy “Moustache” by TWIN TWIN brings the party to Denmark. Will the Eurovision audience let its score grow or will points get shaved off?
Spain has an engaging entry to the Eurovision Song Contest with “Dancing in the Rain” by Ruth Lorenzo. Will this song get the country out of its Contest slump?