ESDM, El Sueño de Morfeo, the Spanish Eurovision representatives chatted with fans all over Europe and the globe today Wednesday 17 April via a video chat organized by the official Eurovision website.
The videochat was conducted by Eurovision.tv’s Victor Escudero whilst Stella Floras, Head of Human Resources of esctoday.com, joined in along with Wiwibloggs‘ editor William Lee Adams. Eurovision fans were be able to watch the chat live on the official Eurovision Song Contest website.
This video chat with ESDM was be held at the Torrrespaña TVE studios in Madrid where the 2013 Spanish Eurovision representatives were be able to chat with all their European fans, eurovision.tv’s Victor Escudero was also present in the studio. You can also follow the video chat on TVE’s official website here.
You can watch ESDM video chat with the European fans below courtesy of eurovision.tv
Spanish newspaper El Mundo reports that Mr. Jose Maria Iñigo will once again have the honour of being the Spanish commentator for the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest. This will be his 3rd Eurovision experience as he has already experienced being TVE’s voice at the event in 2011 and 2012 and hence introducing the contest to the Spanish audience.
ESDM are currently busy working round the clock preparing for their forthcoming Eurovision participation and staging.
Spain selected ESDM to represent Spain at the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest via an internal selection, whilst the 2013 Spanish entry Contigo hasta el final was selected during as special televised gala last week via a 50/50 public- televoting deliberation.
Spain is directly qualified to compete at the Eurovision Song Contest final as part of the BIG 5 countries (Italy, France,Germany, United Kingdom and Spain), hence ESDM will fly the Spanish flag on 18 May in Malmoe.
Spain debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1961 and has won the event twice in 1968 with Massiel and in 1969 with Salome. The Spaniards have been runner up in the contest a total of 4 times in 1971, 1973 1979 and in 1995.
Stay tuned to esctoday.com for more information regarding Spain and the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest.