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Chanel did not win, but emerged victorious. And not only because he got a sensational third place, but because he turned spears into roses. These are victories that taste better, those that are made from adversity. From being booed at Benidorm Fest in January to being admired even before he took part last night. The Catalan has already reconciled everyone and in previous days the country looked united, as if it were a football final of the national teams. Twitter accounts confirmed this yesterday, from Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez (“Spain today with Chanel”) to the National Police who wrote: “If the haters try to harden you, as they did with Chanel, calm down: live your life and be happy because hard work leads to success. Go get the chanelazo.” A conquest truly built out of effort and passion. We were all with her and many quickly erased her past social media posts despising her candidacy because they liked Tanxueiras and Rigoberta Bandini more. Chanel’s performance yesterday cemented this alliance.

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His interpretation of SloMo was second to none. Elastic, powerful, sensual, frightening, defiant, overwhelming… But, above all, confident in her talent for singing and dancing. If SloMo was originally a song by Jennifer Lopez, then Catalan was at the height of the American star. It is difficult to recall such an impeccable performance by the representative of Spain at this festival. The choreographic part can be described as outstanding. Chanel was a queen far above song, which was, is, and will be invertebrate. The value of this third place should also be seen in the context of Spain’s trajectory in recent editions: 22nd in 2016, 26th in 2017, 23rd in 2018, 22nd in 2019 and 24th place in 2021. Chanel – the best position since Anabel Conde (always in demand) reached the second position in 1995.

Chanel was one of the strongest productions of the festival, the result of which was due to the political and military situation: Ukraine won with Stefania from the Kalush Orchestra thanks to the people’s will. It’s not a weak song at all. A mixture of ethnic rhythms with rap and dance music works, but it’s not the festival’s best song. But everything fell into place: it was hard not to teach Putin a lesson. Even the lyrics, dedicated to the mother of the leader of the group and written before the war, became a tribute to the long-suffering Ukrainian women. Could Britain have won and Spain come second if Putin’s crazy decision hadn’t taken place? I bet yes.

Perhaps the song was performed most qualitatively by the Swede Cornelia Jacobs. His song “Hold Me Close” looks like a duet between Lana del Rey and Billie Eilish. But only one person does it, Cornelia. Awesome. It was a performance, moreover, tense and original in its simplicity. She is alone, without dancers and instrumentalists who performed paripe, because, let’s remember, music is recorded here. Cornelia showed up barefoot, which was always the curse of the Spanish candidates (Remedios Amaya was last, and Raquel del Rosario, at the head of El Sueño de Morfeo, penultimate, both without shoes), but she took one of the honorable places, fourth. . Second place went to the United Kingdom with the well-deserved Space Man by Sam Ryder. Because there is no one who makes a pop song like this country. Space Man transitions from Ed Sheeran to Oasis, and Ryder, with a heavy Swedish look, did a great job protecting him.

It was a ballad contest. Boys and girls with voices, most of them interesting, talk about their anxieties and face problems that are no longer afraid to reveal, such as mental health. Australian representative Sheldon Riley stood out in this lineup, a boy who had to change schools 14 times due to problems with bullying. Riley, who was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome at the age of six, competed with a face-covering net. In the final part, he got rid of her with a symbolic gesture of liberation. It was one of the most emotional moments of the festival. The Portuguese Marot, the Swiss Marius Béart or the Belgian Jérémie Makizet excelled in their interpretations of unconstrained and heartfelt works.

Eurovision 2022 went well, if we take into account the latest releases. And without much fanfare, except for the Norwegians and their yellow wolf masks. Even lower level songs like “Moldava” and his “hey, how! Folklore si rock and roll” or Romanian with a Spanish name (Llámame) were not artistically offensive. A festival that will forever be remembered for the appearance of the artist Chanel, who from now on will have to make her way. With such a selfless attitude and your qualities, it is quite possible that you will earn a living from this job. For now, we can call him Chanel from Spain.

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