Spain’s Eurovision 2020 and 2021 contestant Blas Cantó officially confirmed that he would like to sing a song written by Duncan Laurence, the 2019 winner from The Netherlands. Blas also mentioned he wouldn’t mind singing a song in a different language and that he wants to sing a different song to Universo.
By writing his latest songs “Love Don’t Hate It” and “Someone Else” himself, Duncan Laurence has proved to everyone that he has a lot of talent in not just singing and performing, but in songwriting too.
Nothing has been officially confirmed yet. We will have to wait until a later date to see if Duncan will make Blas’ Eurovision dreams come true.
Spain joined the Eurovision family in 1961. Since then they took part in 59 editions and won two contests. In 1968 with Massiel’s La,La,La and the year later, in 1969 Salomé was one of the four winning acts with her song Vivo Cantado. Spain has hosted the contest once, in 1969. Apart from winning the contest twice, Spain has five other top three placements. Some of Spain’s most memorable entries include Eres Tú (1973), Un Bloodymary (2006) and Quédate Conmigo (2012). Blas Cantó was selected internally to represent Spain in Rotterdam before the contest got cancelled.
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