Pastora Soler admits surprise at ‘Zorra’ winning

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The singer had the experience of representing Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2012. She performed her now iconic ‘Quédate Conmigo’ on the Azerbaijan stage and placed tenth in the contest’s scoring table. Now, she wants to share her opinion on this year’s highly talked about election. She admitted that Nebulossa’s proposal was not one of her favorites: “It is true that for me, it was not one of my favorites.” However, she recognizes the value of the public’s right to choose, the jury of professionals, and the demoscopic jury. She also mentioned that over the years, there have been attempts to vary the proposal sent to Eurovision in order to showcase a different side of Spanish culture and music. “I think we are always sending very diverse things and proposals and the people have chosen that and that’s it,” she commented.

As a Eurofan, she closely followed the Benidorm Fest, in which her husband worked as artistic director. She even listened to the songs that were presented to represent Spain “a long time ago.” She admitted that she had rejected the idea of ‘Zorra’ coming out as the most voted, but she acknowledges that it is a “very fun” proposal and can show the desire to “have a good time.” She hopes that Nebulossa will do well and set the bar high.

The singer’s experience representing Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2012 was unforgettable. Her performance of ‘Quédate Conmigo’ on the Azerbaijan stage earned her tenth place in the contest’s scoring table. Now, she wants to share her opinion on this year’s highly talked about election. She admitted that Nebulossa’s proposal was not one of her favorites, but she recognizes the value of the public’s right to choose, the jury of professionals, and the demoscopic jury. She also mentioned that over the years, there have been attempts to vary the proposal sent to Eurovision in order to showcase a different side of Spanish culture and music. “I think we are always sending very diverse things and proposals and the people have chosen that and that’s it,” she commented.

As a Eurofan, she closely followed the Benidorm Fest, in which her husband worked as artistic director. She even listened to the songs that were presented to represent Spain “a long time ago.” She admitted that she had rejected the idea of ‘Zorra’ coming out as the most voted, but she acknowledges that it is a “very fun” proposal and can show the desire to “have a good time.” She hopes that Nebulossa will do well and set the bar high.

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