Strong rumours point Edurne for Spain!

The last days, it is being hugely rumoured that Edurne could be the Spanish representative at Eurovision 2015.

This singer, actress and TV host, born in Madrid, became famous since her participation in Operacion Triunfo (The successful TV show which selected the Spanish entrants from 2002 to 2004). Some months ago, Edurne also became the winner of the talent show Tu Cara Me Suena 2014 (Your Face Sounds Familiar).

The last months, Edurne has been hosting show Todo va Bien (Everything’s alright) aired on Cuatro TV (Mediaset Group) and it has just been confirmed she will leave the program to get 100% involved into a new musical project. Many fans and media link this announcement to a statement she made last Summer when she told if she represented Spain at Eurovision, she would be 100% involved in the project. She hasn’t denied the rumours until the date.

Edurne will record her 6th CD in the coming months and it will be produced by Tony Sánchez-Olhsson. The last one has been also named as the possible composer of her Eurovision entry along with Thomas G:sson. Both have been the faces behind some past Spanish Eurovision entries: “I Love you my Vida” (2007), “Quédate Conmigo” (2012) and last year’s runner-up at Spanish pre-selection “Más” (Run).

After the contract with her previous TV commitment with Mediaset expires, Edurne will be available to be selected by RTVE broadcaster as Spanish representative for Eurovision, but this cannot be confirmed by Edurne or RTVE until the end of the Todo Va Bien‘s season 1. An official confirmation is expected before the new year.

Diana Navarro, Merche and Raúl Gómez are the other possible candidates to be selected internally. However, Edurne seems to be the strongest option.

Stay Tuned!



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