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Can’t Take The Fun Away from Lucía – Get ready to party with Spain!

Spanish broadcaster TVE opted for a new preselection procedure this year. Out of 24 acts, by a combined televote and jury vote system, three acts were selected to compete in Spain‘s national final on 18th February, with each of them performing three different songs. 25-year old Lucía Pérez came out the winner with the cheerful sing-along Que Me Quiten Lo Bailao, written by Rafael Artesero.

It’s the 51st Spanish entry to the Eurovision Song Contest and it will be performed in the Final at starting position #22!

Read more and check out the video clip…

Spanish broadcaster TVE opted for a new preselection procedure this year. Out of 24 acts, by a combined televote and jury vote system, three acts were selected to compete in Spain‘s national final on 18th February, with each of them performing three different songs. 25-year old Lucía Pérez came out the winner with the cheerful sing-along Que Me Quiten Lo Bailao, written by Rafael Artesero.

It’s Spain’s 51st entry to the Eurovision Song Contest and it will be performed in the Final at starting position #22!

Check out the video clip below:

About Lucía Pérez

Lucía Pérez was born in 1985 in the beautiful village of O Incio, in the Celtic mountains of Galicia. She has been a music lover since her childhood, when she started taking part in song contests and winning them.

When she was barely 17 she won her first TV contest and in 2003 she recorded her first album, which received the Galician Gold Disc Award. In the spring of 2005 she obtained the first prize in the Galician Soloist Pop Album awards. At the end of that same year she released her second album and travelled to Chile to represent Spain in the Viña del Mar Song Festival, where she came second.

That same year, her song Amarás Miña Terra was selected for the Spanish Music Awards as one of the finalists for the Best Song in Galician award. In 2008, her third album was released simultaneously in Spain and Chile, where she toured extensively to promote it. She had such a good experience in the Viña del Mar Song Festival in Chile that in 2009 she took part in the contest again. In early 2010 she released her fourth album, recorded entirely in Galician language.

Lucía studied singing and classic guitar and is qualified as a music teacher. She is presently finishing her degree in pedagogics.

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