Nebulossa pulls two foxes in leather to perform ‘Zorra’ at the Benidorm Fest 2024: this is the performance

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Now, yes! We already have a winner of the Benidorm Fest. Nebulossa and its Bitch They will represent Spain at Eurovision 2024 in Malmö. The Spanish Eurovision preselection celebrated its final this Saturday, February 3. A night that has been very close and where the eight finalists have performed: St. Pedro, Almácor, Jorge González, María Peláe, Sofía Coll, Miss Caffeina, Angy Fernández and Nebulossa.

In fact, the latter, thanks to its theme Bitch, It was one of the most anticipated of the night. And is not for less! Since the song came out, Nebulossa has not stopped ringing, adding thousands of views on music platforms.

In this way, MarĂ­a Bass, the name of the group’s vocalist, has stepped onto the famous stage of the Palau d’Esports l’Illa to make it vibrate to the rhythm of Bitch.

TVE knew what it was doing when it put Bitch at the end of the first Semifinal. He already did it with Nightlight from Vicco and Ow mom by Rigoberta Bandini. The most listened to song, the song that people have connected with, should always go at the end of the gala. A way for the audience to stay up late (once again) because of television schedules.

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Nebulossa, who knows his audience better than anyonehas turned the stage of the Benidorm Fest into an authentic music hall. As if she were the madam of the venue, she has moved around the stage, giving the spotlight to her two dancers: César Louzán Ferrío and Iosu Martínez. And yes, they are the ones who have ended up naked. Literally.

In fact, perhaps the most interesting thing about the staging has been the voguing moment that the boys had at the end of the song, turning the famous term bitch on its head, who has spent a lifetime associated with women, and telling them.

Nebulossa has been correct on a vocal and interpretive level and, of course, has had the full support of the public, who has chanted the chorus at all times. It’s true that perhaps, since she was one of her favorites, we were expecting a less decaffeinated shoew.

Destination Malmö

Now it’s time for the most complicated part: for all of Europe to sing Zorra. From May 7 to 11, the 68th Edition of the most famous music festival in the world will take place in Malmö (Sweden). It will be the seventh time, nothing more and nothing less, that it will be held in the Swedish country and it promises to be quite a display of media.

The first Eurovision semi-final will be on Tuesday, May 7 and the second semi-final on Thursday, May 9. The final, where Spain will perform, will be on May 11. A note to remember is that Spain always goes directly to the final as it belongs to the Big Five together with France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom since they are the countries that contribute the most money to the EBU (European Broadcasting Union).


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