RTVE has just published the 10 revamped songs that will battle to represent Spain at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The Operación Triunfo Eurovisión final gala will be broadcast on Sunday at 22.05 CET.
Spain will select their representative for Tel Aviv during a special show that will feature 10 candidates selected by the audience and an expert committee. Since the announcement of finalists, the candidates have been actively working on the final versions of their entries and the stage performance for the final.
This is how the competing songs sound in full after the revamp:
- María – Muérdeme (Juan Luis Suárez, David Feito – de El Sueño de Morfeo, Victoria Riba, Nuria Azzouzi and Rosa Martínez)
- Noelia – Hoy Vuelvo a Reír Otra Vez (Jacobo Calderón and Álex Ubago)
- Natalia – La Clave (Merche and Ander Pérez, Nuria Azzouzi and Rosa Martínez)
- Famous – No Puedo Más (Leroy Sánchez, Louis Biancaniello and Nolan Sipe)
- Miki – La Venda (Adriá Salas – La Pegatina)
- Miki & Natalia – Nadie Se Salva (María Peláe, Nil Moliner and Javi Garabatto)
- Julia – Qué Quieres Que Haga (David Santisteban and India Martínez)
- Sabela – Hoy Soñaré (Jesús Cañadilla and Alejandro de Pinedo)
- Marilia – Todo Bien (Sananda, Chris Wahle, Andreas Öhrn and Juan Carlos Fuguet López)
- Carlos – Se Te Nota (Juan Pablo Isaza and Juan Pablo Villamil – Morat)
A few days ago, the Spanish broadcaster confirmed that there will be an expert panel to comment on the acts, but they won’t vote, as the winner will be selected by the audience after a single voting round. Eurovision 2012 representative Pastora Soler, Spanish commentator and radio host Tony Aguilar, Operación Triunfo judge Manuel Martos and ‘Toy’s Israeli composer Doron Medalie will make up this panel of experts that will help the public choose the act that will represent Spain in Tel Aviv.
The Operación Triunfo Eurovisión gala will have some international guests, including the Eurovision 2018 second placed Eleni Foureira from Cyprus.
What do you think about the Spanish entries? Do you have any favourites?