Chanel impressed the audience with dance and dress
Beauty Chanel from Spain in a sexy costume blew up the hall with a hot dance. The Spanish actress, singer and dancer from Spain Chanel amazed Eurofans with a seductive choreographic number and a brilliant outfit. Talented Spaniard sang SloMo.
Eurovision 2022 participant from Spain, actress, singer and dancer Chanel performed in the grand final with an incendiary dance and energized the audience. After the performance of the SloMo song, the betting odds on Spain’s chance to win went up.
The country came fourth in the rankings, with a 5% chance of winning at the time of writing, pushing Italy, duo Mahmood and BLANCO, to fifth place. This is evidenced by the rates of bookmakers on the official website of Eurovision.
Chanel wowed audiences with her sparkly outfit and candid choreography. The audience in Turin applauded the singer after the performance.
Spain took third place at the Eurovision festival, marked by a popular vote for Ukraine.
Spain ranked third in the Eurovision song contest marked by a popular vote for Ukraine.
The night is drawn historical and so it was. Chanel, the Spanish candidate for Eurovision, was very close to winning the song festival in an exciting vote.
The Hispanic-Cuban singer captured Slomo's energetic production, achieving the highest score in our country in the contest. According to the results of the jury's vote, the United Kingdom and Spain, as well as Sweden, were in the lead.
But the popular vote finally awarded the maximum number of points to Ukraine, and the predictions came true: the glass microphone went to a country immersed in a war with Russia.
Chanel was very pleased and moved by her performance and thanked everyone who supported her, «It was amazing.»
Best position in 27 years
The third place of the Spanish, the best since 1995 (along with Anabel Conde), once again places Spain among the countries that get something out of Eurovision and that do not take experiments or extravagant events at the end of the year.It is not clear what it could be used for, but surely TVE knows how to make it profitable in the form of viewers and it will be an incomparable springboard for it.The last victory was in 1969 when Salomé sang Alive.Encore, because last year Massiel won with «La, la, la».In 1973 Eres tou Mokedades won second place.Since then, just after the second place of Anabel Conde (1992), the fourth place of Sergio Dalma (1991) or the seventh place of Rosa, the place of Operación Triunfo.
Live the arrival of Chanel in Spain live after passing through Eurovision.
Chanel celebrates its third place in Eurovision performing this Sunday in the Plaza Mayor in Madrid
The Spanish representative wants to share her success with the people of Madrid at the Fiestas de San Isidro.
The Spanish candidate for Eurovision, Chanel, will perform this Sunday at the San Isidro festival organized by the Madrid City Council, after finishing third in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest this Saturday, according to municipal sources.
Chanel's performance will take place after the parade of the patron saint of the Villa on the Plaza Mayor stage, hosting the «LOS40 Classic», a free macro-event with music presented by Giulia Varela and Tony Aguilar, who spoke about this latest release.Eurovision for the Spanish public.
At 6:00 p.m. this Sunday, Chanel will take the stage along with other artists such as Nacha Pop, Tam Tam Go, Nena Daconte and the British tribute band The Clash, whose participation has already been announced by the Madrid City Council.
The Madrid Provincial Council assured that the Spanish representative «wants to share her energy» with all the people of Madrid by joining the celebration of San Isidro, since as soon as she lands in the capital from the Italian city of Turin, she will lead a dance team with her to the PlazaMayor of Madrid.
This will be the artist's first public performance since he finished third with 459 points, the best result ever achieved by a Spanish candidate and the best result for the country since 1995.
Chanel performs in the Plaza Mayor in Madrid for the San Isidro festivities