Ana Mena represents our country at the San Remo Festival



After so much mess with the Benidorm festival, it could be the hilarious coincidence that a Spanish woman wins Eurovision and not be Chanel. Ana Mena has his ‘second home’ in Italy due to the enormous success he has there with his songs, he is going to represent Spain in the 72nd edition of the Sanremo Festival, which takes place between February 1 and 5, and whose winner will be the Italian candidate for Eurovision.

“I am delighted and honored,” Mena said upon hearing the news. «Italian songs have always been a source of inspiration for me. I have admired Italian music since I was a child, thanks to my father. Italy is my second home.

The culture, the history, the beauty and the people fascinate me more and more. Four years ago I sang in Italian for the first time and since then my love for Italy has not stopped growing.. I have worked very hard, and I dedicate this important goal to my family and all the people who support me in Spain and Italy, two wonderful countries, united by a unique musical tradition. It is a dream come true for me to be in Sanremo, the festival that I have been streaming for so long from home with my family. I hope to live up to it, as it is also my way of saying thank you to all the people who support me and make me feel at home, even in Italy.”

The artist has recently just released her latest single ‘Música Ligera’, a version of the song participating in San Remo 2021, where she pays an honest tribute to the first pop that emerged in Spain and Italy in the 60s and the divas that were part of it .

A few hours before performing in San Remo in Italy, the artist is finalizing rehearsals and final preparations to present her new song ‘Duocentomile Ore’ on the stage of the emblematic Ariston Theater. “I think anxiety is inevitable,” he confessed in an interview with the Italian version of Cosmopolitan. “I do mental work to stay calm and I’m kind of afraid to get excited before going on stage. It’s something that has already happened during rehearsals, but I’m preparing a lot. I sing all the time, and if there were more hours in the day, I would work even more. I want to do well and I want to have fun. I hope you like the song.”

We have to wish luck to our Spanish representative in San Remo, but if she wins the contest and ends up facing Chanel, the controversy will be served again. Can you imagine that a Spanish beats us?

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