Spain’s Ruth Lorenzo gets 10th place in Eurovision 2014 with ‘Dancing in the Rain’
While I didn’t think Ruth Lorenzo’s ‘Dancing in the Rain’ was the best song in the Eurovision Song Contest 2014, I did think it deserved to be voted higher than 10th place. After all, it is a stunning power ballad, she had beautiful stage design and Ruth Lorenzo can definitely sing.
Speaking of Spain and the Eurovision Song Contest, though, I was incredibly proud that the Spanish ignored the bigots and homophobes that were trying to get her banned from the competition and, instead, gave 12 points to the ultimate winner, Austria’s Conchita Wurst.
There are so many reasons why I love Spain, but Spaniards and their humanity is definitely a big one.
Meanwhile, here is the video of Lorenzo’s performance of ‘Dancing in the Rain’ in the finale of the Eurovision Song Contest. Like I said, not winning material, but definitely worthy of a high place.