UK becomes spanish dancer signs chanel

Thursday, April 20, 2023 at 12:49 PM

Chanel Terrero was one of the big stars of the recent Eurovision Song Contest. His soulful vocals, along with rousing choreography, won the hearts of Eurofans and the professional jury, who awarded him an impressive third place. It was Spain’s best performance since runner-up to Anabel Conde in 1995. This success formula has been so popular that this year the UK will stage it at Eurovision, in what will be its “Ha” festival.

Spanish is spoken on the British team: he has Natalia on his team, a Spanish choreographer who has worked with Shakira and Rosalía, among other great artists. In addition, she has a “signature” at the last moment. Dancer Josh Huerta, who was already part of Team Chanel last year. The young man, who grew up in Madrid, has recorded the official video for ‘I Wrote A Song’, the song about female empowerment after a love break, which Mae Mueller wants to win at Eurovision.

Josh Huerta with Chanel at Eurovision.


It seems that the British are satisfied with the strategy of sending tiktokers to the festival. Last year it was Sam Ryder – ranked second – and this year it will be Mae Mueller. This 25-year-old has had a short but successful career. His name first appeared in 2018 when he uploaded a lyric video on Instagram. She had such success that the acting agency had her eye on her.

From there, his career took a meteoric rise. Three more singles and their first album in 2019. Opening for Little Mix and touring around the country. After confinement, all of Europe knew her. The young woman reached the top in 2021 when she composed the song “Better days” with the Swedish group Neiked and the American rapper Polo G. The song was one of the most listened to in the country and received several awards.

This year, he had the chance to represent his country at Eurovision. And she won’t do it alone. Müller promises a show at the height of the festival, moreover, he acts at home.

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