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🇪🇸 Soleá will represent Spain at the 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest

Moments ago, RTVE has revealed their representative for this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Soleá is the third Junior Eurovision participant confirmed for 2020 after Susan from Germany and Oleksandr Balabanov from Ukraine.

With the confirmation of Soleá as their representative, RTVE has confirmed that they are already working on their entry. However, they are yet to confirm when it will be released.

A bit more about Soleá

Soleá Fernández Moreno was born in Seville in June 19, 2011, and is born to one of the flamenco families in Spain: the Farruco.

Looking into her favourite artists, she has confirmed that she likes a range of genres. From pop to soul and also flamenco. She has confirmed that her favourite singers are Cristina Aguilera, Aitana , Alejandro Sanz, Whitney Houston ,  Niña Pastori, Parrita or José ‘El Francés’.

Upon the reveal of her participation at Junior Eurovision Song Contest, she has said that it is “a dream coming true” and that “It is everything, it is incredible to perform on this stage and for so many people.”

Spain at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest

Despite only taking part of the contest five times, Spain actually had a pretty good track record in it. They nabbed the trophy in 2004 with María Isabel and “Antes muerta que sencilla”, NEARLY nabbed it by ending second in 2003 and 2005 AND finished fourth when they last participated in 2006.

In 2019, Spain confirmed their return to the contest, and was represented by Melani Garcia with the song ‘Marte’, where they ended up placing 3rd with 212 points.

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