Spain’s Junior Eurovision participation continues, as RTVE selected Levi Díaz to be their next Junior Eurovision representative. Since then, RTVE has not mentioned anything about Levi’s entry for Paris, until now. In an interview with RTVE, where she talked about Eurovision, the newly appointed Head of Delegation for Spain that Levi’s Junior Eurovision entry has now been selected.
.@evamora_tve, sobre @EurovisionJr— Eurovisión RTVE (@eurovision_tve) September 29, 2021
🔶Levi Díaz tiene una calidad vocal increíble y esa es su principal arma.
🔷Ya hemos elegido canción: es un estilo que a Levi le apetecía mucho y que nos mostrará otro registro. #BenidormFest | #SeMeEvaMoraElAlma
Levi’s Junior Eurovision entry is in a style that he likes
In the interview, Eva mentioned that Levi’s entry has now been chosen and that the final version of the song is currently being finalized. Once Levi has recorded the song, the entry would then be presented. At the time of writing, RTVE is yet to confirm when Levi’s entry will be revealed.
In addition to talking about the song, Eva was also asked what was the strength of Levi, to which she mentioned the following:
The voice. Levi Díaz has an incredible vocal quality and that is his main weapon for the 19th edition of the contest. He is a young artist who transmits just by listening to him.
You are able to find out more about Levi right here.
What we know about the 2021 Junior Eurovision Song Contest
Junior Eurovision 2021 will take place in Paris, France following Valentina’s victory in JESC 2020 with “J’imagine”. The contest will be held in La Seine Musicale on December 19th. 19 countries will be competing in the 19th edition of the competition:
- France (Host)
- The Netherlands
- North Macedonia
You can keep up with our JESC 2021 coverage here.
Spain’s Junior Eurovision Journey
In 2003, Spain was one of the countries to participate in the inaugural edition of the competition with Sergio and the song “Desde el cielo”, and placed 2nd with 125 points. The year after, Spain managed to win the competition with María Isabel and the song “Antes muerta que sencilla”. The nation participated for two more years and took a 12-year break, where it returned in 2019, with Melani Garcia and her entry “Marte” which placed 3rd.
Spain’s recent attempt in the competition saw them internally select Soleá and the song “Palante”, which saw them finish 3rd once again, where they managed to score 133 points from the jury and the online vote.
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News Source: RTVE
Photo Source: Jose Luis Lagares