After the online voting has ended yesterday, and the three most voted songs qualified for the Final stage of the Spanish Eurovision selection, a special jury has listened to the remaining 14 songs and selected 7 of them to make it a final of 10.
After online voters from all over the world chose “Muérdeme”, “Hoy vuelvo a reír otra vez” and “La clave” as the best ones, the jury had a chance to listen to the remaining songs in full, and to select an additional seven for the final show. Thus the full line-up of the Spanish Eurovision final is as follows:
- Sabela – Hoy soñaré
- Noelia – Hoy vuelvo a reír otra vez
- Natalia – La clave
- Miki – La venda
- María – Muérdeme
- Natalia & Miki – Nadie se salva
- Famous – No puedo más
- Julia – Qué quieres que haga
- Carlos Right – Se te nota
- Marilia – Todo bien
The 10 songs will be released in full 48 hours ahead of the Final.
In the list of composers of these songs, we find quite a few familiar names. “Hoy soñaré” was composed by Jesús Cañadilla, who wrote the Spanish Eurovision entry in 2010, “Algo pequeñito”. “Muérdeme” was co-written by two members of El Sueño de Morfeo – the band who represented Spain in Eurovision 2013 (Juan Luis Suárez and David Feito). And also, “Todo bien” was co-written by Andreas Öhrn, who already composed songs for various national selections across Europe, including the song that came 2nd in the Spanish final in 2016 – “Victorious” by Xuso Jones.
The Spanish Eurovision Final will take place later this month, where the public will choose the winner and the next Spanish entrant for Tel Aviv.