Just 24 hours ago Blanca Paloma landed in Spain after her Eurovision experience, but she assured “it feels like 10 years have passed.” The adventure has been intense and somewhat bitter. She was one of the favorites in the betting and eventually finished in 17th place, largely due to the fact that televoting gave her only five points, causing her position to fall in the final score. More relaxed, overjoyed, and still upbeat, the singer from Elche takes stock of her time in the contest and reflects on the reasons why the song, so acclaimed in her home country, didn’t get as many votes from European audiences. meet.
“The song bothered people at the Benidorm Fest, it took time”, explained the artist who recalled how the public saw her performance, the song was increasingly appreciated. “It was necessary to get used to hearing, well, imagine Europeans who first heard EaEa at the Eurovision final …”, for the 33-year-old singer, time is running out, which is why she says: It is difficult to hear the song “It needs a second chance. Open your heart, open your ears and it will sting” again on the Eurovision stage, but it will not be difficult to see again Blanca Paloma, who only performed during her time at the festival. And tells about his reception. “I would do it again without a doubt,” he said.
It’s been a great performance by Blanca Paloma
Valiante is one of the most heard words when it comes to defining her commitment to EEA and she proves it with pride and gratitude: “I felt like a winner before the Benidorm festival Well, when I composed this song and found RTVE, who bravely chose ‘EAEA’.” Blanca Paloma knows the festival is a competition, but the competition, she says, resides more in its followers than in the singers. “I like the coexistence, the attitude of the Eurovision collaborators that was pure cordiality between us,” he said after sleeping all day: “I’ve hibernated, I need to get my strength back because I’ve given it all ”
Not only this, he also left his skin in Liverpool. As soon as she landed in Spain, Blanca Paloma performed at a huge concert in Madrid’s Plaza Mayor, which was celebrating the San Isidro festival. There, along with other artists, he found the warmth of an entirely devoted public. Eurovision has been the starting point, not the end. The singer, who premiered her single Plumas de Nacar just before leaving for the festival, assured that she would soon announce new projects.