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🇪🇸 Soleá’s team for the 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest is revealed

As the preparations for the 2020 Junior Eurovision continues on for the 13 participating countries, more countries are revealing about what they will be doing for their remote performance.

Today, Spanish broadcaster RTVE has revealed the team that will be supporting Soleá, for her remote performance, ahead of he release of ‘Palante’ on October 7.

Working with some familiar faces

Soleá’s team for the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest, will see her work with a choreographer, a vocal coach and four backing dancers.

Vicky Gómez (who won the first edition of Fama, ¡a bailar!, and a professor in Operación Triunfo in 2017, 2018 and 2020), will be in charge of the choreography for Soleá’s entry.

Natalia Calderón, will once again return as the vocal coach for this year’s competition, after she guided Melani García last year in Gliwice-Silesia, where she placed third.

To round things off, Soleá will be joined by four backing dancers for her performance. Lucía Arcos (12 Years Old), Tania Gálvez (11 years Old) Carlos Damas (13 Years Old), and Iván Cuadros (13 Years Old)

Soleá with her backing dancers (c) Peps Music Group

Music video for ‘Palante’ filmed

Ahead of the release of the 2020 Spanish Junior Eurovision entry, the music video for ‘Palante’ was filmed. A behind-the-scences clip was released on what has occurred during the filming of the music video.

We see Soleá dancing a lot, throughout Seville, where she was born. We cannot wait to see the finished product on November 7.

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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