One of this year’s better ballads (and there’s A LOT of them) comes from Spanish performer Edurne. A national treasure in her home nation Edurne has produced five successful albums as well as having dabbled in acting and TV presenting over the last decade. With such a big profile she deserved to be given a big song – and she got it. Expect her to be wearing a big frock, with big hair and a beevy of near naked oiled up male backing dancers (now we’re talking). “Amanecer” is yet another great entry from Spain and continues with the recent high quality of their entries into the contest. This will battle it out with Russia for best female ballad of the competition.
Spoiler: Watch Spain's Grand Final performance below
4 Questions with Edurne
What are three most interesting aspects about your entry?
'Amanecer' is about a universal topic - heartbreak
But the act seeks true love and happiness
The song shows an outstanding composition and music production
What are three impressive facts about you?
I have worked for years on,
- My singular power on stage,
- My vocal versatility,
- My TV experience.
Do you have a (lucky) routine before you go on stage?
I prepare totally for the performance and then I take time to relax before going on stage.
Why is the Eurovision Song Contest important for you?
Taking part in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest is the most important project of my career.