Spain: Lucía Pérez – Que me quiten lo bailao

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Eurovision wins:  2 (1968,1969)

Number of appearances: 50

Debut: 1961

Worst result: Last (1962, 1965, 1983, 1999)

Best voting buddy: Greece

2011 Entry: Lucía Pérez – Que me quiten lo bailao

Semi-final: As a Big 5 country Spain is directly qualified for the final on May 14.

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The Artist: Lucía Pérez is a Spanish singer. Under construction!



The Song:

Que me quiten lo bailao:

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10 thoughts on “Spain: Lucía Pérez – Que me quiten lo bailao

  1. Anyone know the film ‘My Fair Lady’ where Rex Harrison says ‘I think she’s got it…’?

    I think finally Spain have got it – don’t send stupid comedy routines or flamenco dancers etc. because YOU WON’T WIN!

    This has a great chance – memorable, fun, well sung, good routine.

    Spain in May 2012 wouldn’t be too bad – weather would be good…

  2. It isn’t good at all. In my opinion the Spanish entry this year is better than last year, but it would be better if we send Auryn, the Spanish boyband, because their songs are great and they’re so cute. Just have a look:
    Anyway, Spain will never win ESC. But we’ve won the worldcup (;
    Apologise me for my English, I know that it is not really good.
    You are all guests to the best celebration of the world, San Fermin, that takes place in Spain between the 6th-14th July.

  3. Hermanos, I am from Portugal and I invite you all to vote in Portugal, HOMENS DA LUTA, “Luta é Alegria” or “Struggle is joy”


  4. Last year Spain was my favorite with the great song “Algo Pequenito”, sung by Daniel Diges. This year’s song is also very nice, it gives me a happy feeling !! Good Luck Spain. Suerte Espana !!

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