Blas Cantó revealed as the advisor of Vanesa Martín in "La Voz Kids"!

On 20th of February a special show Destino Eurovisión took place in order to determine which song will Blas Cantó perform at Eurovision Song Contest 2021. In addition to that the show featured the appearance of many Spanish singers and friends of Blas: Operacion Triunfó alumni Cepeda, Roi and Nia, Andrés Suárez; Vanesa Martín;  Edurne (Eurovision 2015) and Pastora Soler (Eurovision 2012) all performed before we got the results and it was detemined that “Voy a quedarme” is the Spanish entry for Eurovision 2021.

As Eurovision Spain reports Blas has been in Barcelona where he performed the piano version of his song  “Voy a quedarme” which you can check out below

In addition to that Blas Cantó will be the one to help Vanesa Martín who is one of the four judges of “La Voz Kids” There are three more coaches whose advisors have been revealed and among them there is one artist who took part at Operacion Triunfó and tried to be the representative of Spain at Eurovision 2018 with the songs “Arde” and in a duet with Ana Guerra singing “Lo Malo” , you guessed it right it’s Aitana who will be the one to help David Bisbal who also competed to be the Spanish representative at Eurovision back in 2002 with “Corazón latino” and he ended on second place. Rosario Flores will be having the support of Rozalén and Melendi who is the fourth judge will be advised by Beret. The sixth season of the show was scheduled for 2020, due to the pandemic it got delayed and it is expected to be aired soon on Antena 3.

Blas will be performing in the final which is scheduled to take place on 22nd of May. You can watch the official music video of “Voy A Quedarme” below

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