Alfonso Arús is irritated with a neighboring country for not voting for Spain in Eurovision: ''Very bad''

These days in Spain and throughout Europe there is no talk of anything other than Eurovision.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
13 May 2024 Monday 05:20
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Alfonso Arús is irritated with a neighboring country for not voting for Spain in Eurovision: ''Very bad''

These days in Spain and throughout Europe there is no talk of anything other than Eurovision. Last Saturday, May 11, the final of the competition was held at the Malmö Arena in Sweden, which awarded the victory to Nemo, representative of Switzerland.

The victory of the ''most neutral country in the world'', as many call it on social networks, made history, since Nemo is the first non-binary person to lift the crystal microphone. Furthermore, his victory meant that Israel's controversial participation remained in the background and, despite sweeping the televoting, Netanyahu's country settled for fifth position.

As it could not be otherwise, the Aruser@s team has spoken about the current topic in their La Sexta magazine. Alfonso Arús and his collaborators have reviewed everything that happened last weekend and have given their opinion on the different candidates.

While they highlighted that the Swiss proposal was very good and that now is when we will see if Nemo will succeed or if it will be forgotten, Tatiana Arús has made it clear that our representatives have arrived in Spain happy and content for having lived an experience. only.

The workers at the La Sexta space shared with the audience that Nebulossa's performance was one of the most fun of the night and that Mark Dasousa and Mery Bas made the entire stadium dance. Furthermore, after her performance, Spain rose a lot of places in the bets to win the festival, something that shows that those present really enjoyed the song.

However, when it came to voting it was different. The Spaniards' hope of getting a good place in the classification disappeared when it was announced that the professional jury only awarded 19 points to the Alicante group. Although there was still the trump card of televoting, it awarded 11 points to Spain, which placed it in 22nd place.

Hans Arús and other collaborators have argued that the social response in the stadium had to be a mirage and that the Spanish performance must not have been liked so much by people at home, since it is not normal to have a party like that and then not get votes. .

Alba Gutiérrez has pointed out that Portugal did not give us any votes and that, on the other hand, Italy did behave well with us this year. Faced with such information, the presenter offered a reflection: ''Very bad. I said it, the international situation this year is bad. "We have to start looking for allies."