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13:22

LifeStyle

24 May 1956: Eurovision is born in Switzerland

RACHEL HAYNES

On 24 May 1956 seven countries got together to launch an event that would end up being an annual spectacle with an audience of millions. The first Eurovision Song Contest, known then as the Eurovision Grand Prix, took place in Lugano, Switzerland, ... Saturday's Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv, Israel, Spain was represented by Miki Núñez, with the song La Venda. It wasn't expected to do tremendously well, but the final result, 22nd, was disappointing. The first winner, Lys Assia, attempted

15:14

National

Spain gets ready for Eurovision with Amaia and Alfred

SUR IN ENGLISH

Eurovision Song Contest fans in Spain are this week eagerly awaiting Saturday's competition in Lisbon and to see whether this year's Spanish entry, young couple Amaia and Alfred, would do better than recent poor performances. Last year Spain came

13:41

LifeStyle

Amaia and Alfred will represent Spain in Eurovision

MIGUEL ÁNGEL ALFONSO

Alfred and Amaia will represent Spain in the next Eurovision Song Contest, which will take place in Lisbon between the 8 and 12 May. The duo gained 43 per cent of the audience’s vote at a special edition of ‘Operación Triunfo’, a music reality

16:24

LifeStyle

Eurovision 2018: still no win for Spain, but UK survives stage invasion

M. á. alfonso / m. hay

"They never rank highly, but they’re always happy", said one Italian commentator of the eager Spaniards who queued under the blazing heat in Lisbon's Praça do Commercio on Saturday ahead of the Eurovision Song Contest final. As it was held

12:09

LifeStyle

6 April 1968: Spain triumphs at the Eurovision Song Contest in London

Tony Bryant What Happened today?

The 13th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, held in the Royal Albert Hall on 6 April 1968, was won by the Spanish singer and actress, María de los Ángeles Félix Santamaría Espinosa. Better known as Massiel, the Madrid-born artist was just 21 ... bring her worldwide recognition. The contest was hosted by British television personality, Katie Boyle, and it was the first time that the Eurovision was broadcast in colour. The song, written by Manuel de la Calva and Ramón Arcusa, received 29 ... re-recorded her Eurovision winner with a hip-hop beat, but it did not receive the same acclaim as the original. Massiel sang La La La at the fiftieth anniversary edition of the contest in Kiev in 2005. In 2007, she became a member of Spain's Mission

14:08

LifeStyle

Spain’s Iberian neighbours come away triumphant for first time ever

SUR malaga

The Iberian peninsula played a starring role in last week’s Eurovision Song Contest in more ways than one. While Spain languished at the bottom of the table, becoming more and more red-faced as it was ignored completely by all the professional ... juries, neighbours Portugal rose to the top in style. The moving ballad sung by Salvador Sobral gave Portugal its first Eurovision win ever in more than five decades of the competition. Amar Pelos Dois, which was written by Sobral’s sister Luísa, a ... singer-songwriter who released her fourth studio album last year, is said by some to have restored the continent’s faith in Eurovision. The simplicity of the song and the fact that it was sung in Portuguese - and not English which is used for the vast majority of

15:07

LifeStyle

"Winning Eurovision was a dream, but it actually made my life a lot harder"

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

International, which took place in the Plaza La Nogalera on Saturday night. Dana shot to fame after winning the Eurovision Song Contest with the song Diva, in Birmingham in 1998. She has enjoyed international success following her victory in the competition, ... explained. Dana put her parents under increasing pressure when she was selected for the Eurovision Song Contest in 1998, because it caused outcry from the ecclesiastical sector in Israel. Orthodox Jews tried to have Dana disqualified from the competition. ... before society really can accept it,” Dana declares with conviction. Winning Eurovision brought extra pressure for Dana’s parents. Her mother found it extremely difficult to handle her new-found, although unwanted, celebrity status. “Winning

14:06

LifeStyle

“I’m sorry if I let you down”

IRMA CUESTA MADRID

Not only did Spain’s entry in last Saturday’s Eurovision Song Contest final come last, it did so in style. Not only did Manel Navarro and his song Do It For Your Lover get zero points from the professional juries and just five from the viewers’ ... Spanish and also a term used to describe a bum note. The 40 Principales music radio presenter Xavi Martínez, who had backed Navarro throughout his process to Eurovision, also admitted that Spain’s entry had been a fiasco and even accepted part of the ... blame. Martínez had been accused of unfairly favouring his ‘protégé’ when he was a member of the jury on the show Objetivo Eurovisión, put on to select the country’s act, by giving minimum points to Mirela, who was the favourite to repesent the country in

13:10

Opinion

Milking the cash cow

Peter Edgerton

...bat an eyelid. Anyway, that’s football, a law unto its tawdry self. The really scary example of squeezing the lemon dry is Eurovision. As if witnessing the grand final each year weren’t torture enough, we’re now being offered two semifinals into the ... bargain, stretching the whole excruciating experience out into three interminable evenings. How bad would a song have to be to reach the semifinal of Eurovision but not make the final? Actually, come to think of it, that would be a far more entertaining ... ‘boom sha la la’ is deemed better than everyone else’s. All that’ll be missing will be loads of humungous hats with ‘Eurovision Weekend 2017’ written on them. Maybe next year.

15:52

Local

Torremolinos, home of Pride

Tony Bryant

Around 40,000 people packed into the Plaza de la Nogalera in Torremolinos over the weekend for the town's Pride festival that has become the third most important LGBT event in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona. Eurovision Song Contest winner, Dana ... highlight of the festival was a performance on Saturday night by transsexual singer, Dana International. Dana won the Eurovision with the song Diva, in Birmingham in 1998. She has enjoyed international fame following her victory in the competition and she ... Eurovision belongs to us,” the singer said. She concluded by saying, “Gracias to Spain, it is a very beautiful country.” Several acts performed at the concert on Saturday, including Soraya, Majestic Lion and Nacha La Macha.