Barei has been selected as the Spanish entry at this years Eurovision. It was decided during a late night Monday national final, which only started at 10.15 local time. Obviously prime time TV is slightly later than what I am used to, and subsequently I therefore fell asleep before the results were even read out. I know bad Eurovision fan, though I was quite confident that Barei would win (despite a 60 jury weighting).
Barei has quite a repetitive song however it does stick in your head which is always a positive, the choreography needs a lot of work though. Her backing vocals basically just stand there statically for the whole song while she moves her feet a bit. Considering this is quite an uptempo song she needs to make it a bit more lively, otherwise I fear this will look even weirder and out of place on the Eurovision stage, which will undoubtedly be substantially bigger than the stage she performed on last night.
Overall it looks like those on Twitter seemed to approve of Spain’s song.
— Adam N. (@Adomas86) February 2, 2016
Spain's 2016 #Eurovision entry is a complete snoozefest. That's one country we won't have to worry about beating.
— Neil & tonic (@blanketperson) February 2, 2016
Spain You choose very good. Say Yay to Eurovision! 😊 (and what Belgium? They could send Right song 😉)
— Nika | #TeamSergey (@Nika76278667) February 2, 2016