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Spain in the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest

Here you find everything you need to know about Spain’s preparations for the “Eurovision Song Contest 2014”, including information about their 2014 national selection and links to their last five Eurovision entries (and their results), just to put the new plans in perspective. Spain
Spain’s plans for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest:
Broadcaster: TVE
Selection: National selection
Date: Final on February 22nd
Spain will participate in the grand final of the 2014 ESC, on May 10th, they will also vote in the 1st semi-final.

Official video: “Dancing in the rain”, Ruth Lorenzo (The winner of the Spanish NF 2014)

The schedule for the Spanish National selection:
January: TVE reveal the names of the entries and artists for the national selection
February 22nd: Final 5 finalists → 1 winner
“Mira Quién Va A Eurovisión” – The Result: Tele votes Jury votes Points
1. “Dancing in the rain”, Ruth Lorenzo 36 pts. 10+10+10= 30 pts. 66 pts.
2. “Más (Run)”, Brequette 30 pts. 12+12+12= 36 pts. 66 pts.
3. “Aunque se acabe el mundo”, Jorge González 24 pts. 8+8+8= 24 pts. 48 pts.
4. “Seguir sin ti”, Raúl 21 pts. 7+7+7= 21 pts. 42 pts.
5. “Estrella fugaz”, La Dama 18 pts. 6+6+6= 18 pts. 36 pts.
Spain’s National Selection 2014 – The participants:
(with links to the artists pages on with full versions of the songs, lyrics and more):
Más (Run)“, Briquette
(t&m: Thomas G:son, Tony Sánchez-Ohlsson)
Aunque se acabe el mundo“, Jorge González
(t&m: Kiko Rodríguez, Bruno Nicolás, Leticia Fuentes, María José Fernández)
Estrella fugaz“, La Dama
(t&m: Melendi)
Seguir sin ti“, Raúl
(t&m: William Luque, Domingo Sánchez)
Dancing in the rain“, Ruth Lorenzo
(t&m: Ruth Lorenzo, Jim Irvin, Julian Emery)
The last five Spanish entries and results in the Eurovision Song Contest
2013: Contigo Hasta El Final
(With You Until The End)
ESDM Grand Final: 25th place
2012: Quédate Conmigo
(Stay With Me)
Pastora Soler Grand Final: 10th place
2011: Que Me Quiten Lo Bailao –
They Can’t Take The Fun Away From Me
Lucía Pérez Grand Final: 23th place
2010: Algo Pequeñito
(Something Tiny)
Daniel Diges Grand Final: 15th place
2009: La Noche Es Para Mí
(The Night Is For Me)
Soraya Grand Final: 24th place

(Keep in mind that the dates and rules can change and transcription errors may occur, so I can’t guarantee that everything is 100% correct all the time, although I update the page frequently with info from various Eurovision sites.)