JESC2020: It’s Soleá For Spain!

RTVE the Spanish broadcast has confirmed that Soleá will represent Spain at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020.

The announcement took place during the Spanish TV show “La Hora de La 1” hosted by Mónica López. During the show Soleá also had her first interview about the contest.

Nine year-old Soleá Fernandez Moreno was born in Seville on June 19, 2011 and comes from one of the most important flamenco families in Spain. she preformed many times as a singer and dancer at Spanish theaters during Christmas productions. talking about the Junior Eurovision she said:

“It’s a dream coming true. It is everything, it is incredible to perform on this stage and for so many people.”

Soleá song for the Junior Eurovision 2020 will be revealed in the next coming weeks

Spain has debut the junior contest in its first edition in 2003. a year after in 2004 they even won with María Isabel “Antes muerta que sencilla”. Last year Spain has returned the young contest after an long absent between 2007-2018 and took the 3rd place with “Marte” performed by Melani Garcia.

The 18th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will stay in Poland as of last winner’s winner Viki Gabor. there 13 countries will #MoveTheWorld on the night of November 29th where a new star will be born. this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and in order to keep the artists and delegations safe, the acts will be pre-recorded on a local studio in each country together with an online voting making its comeback!

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