Nebulossa wins the Benidorm Fest 2024 and will go to Eurovision with ‘Zorra’

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Now, yes! We already have a Spanish representative for Eurovision 2024. This Saturday, February 3, St. Pedro, Nebulossa, Angy Fernández, María Peláe, Jorge González, Miss Caffeina, Sofía Coll and Almácor returned to the stage of the Palau d’Esports l’Illa of the Benidorm Fest to defend with nails and teeth their candidatures. And come on, they have done it!

The final, presented by Ruth Lorenzo, Ana Prada and Marc Calderó, has kept all Eurofans in suspense. And things have not been clear until the last moment. Especially after the disagreement of opinions between the public and the jury in the second semi-final. With these ingredients, the night became more interesting.

Finally, the winner of the Benidorm Fest 2024 has been Nebulossa with ‘Zorra’, who has managed to win the bronze microphone and a direct pass to Malmö.

This has been the performance of Zorra de Nebulossa

Nebulossa, knows who its audience is and that’s why has turned the stage of the Benidorm Fest into a real party room. As if she were the local farmer, she moved around the stage, giving the spotlight to her two dancers: César Louzán Ferrío and Iosu Martínez. And they are the ones who have ended up naked. Literally. A real madness.

One of the most interesting things about the staging is the voguing that the boys have had at the end of the song, turning the famous term bitch around, who has spent a lifetime associated with women, and telling them.

About Eurovision 2024

Now it’s time for the most complicated part: conquering Europe with our candidacy. From May 7 to 11, the 68th Edition of the contest will be held in Malmö (Sweden). It will be the seventh time it has been 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. It is worth remembering that Spain always goes directly to the final as it belongs to the Big Five along with France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom since they are the countries that contribute the most money to the European Broadcasting Union.


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