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García Almagro (Spanish pronunciation: [eˈðurne ɣaɾˈθia alˈmaɣɾo]; born 22 December 1985) is a Spanish singer, actress, and TV presenter. She rose to fame in late 2005 when she took part in the Spanish casting show Operación Triunfo on Telecinco
and finished in sixth place in 2006. She represented Spain
in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015
Eurovision Song Contest 2015
with the song "Amanecer" where she finished in 21st place.[1]


1 Biography

1.1 Early life and early beginnings 1.2 Career 1.3 Awards

2 Discography

2.1 Studio albums 2.2 Other albums 2.3 Singles

2.3.1 As lead artist 2.3.2 As featured artist

2.4 Promotional singles

3 Tours

3.1 Solo tours 3.2 Joint tours

4 Filmography

4.1 Film 4.2 Television

5 Awards and nominations 6 References 7 External links

Biography[edit] Early life and early beginnings[edit] Edurne
was born on 22 December 1985 in the capital of Madrid, Spain. She started attending auditions as a child. At the age of 9, she became a member of the children's music group Trastos.[2] She also had as a child minor roles in Spanish TV series like Hospital Central (2002) or Ana y los 7 (2003). In late 2005, Edurne
auditioned for the fourth series of Operación Triunfo, where she was selected by the show's jury. She was eliminated in the 12th live show, finishing in sixth place in early 2006. Career[edit] Edurne
embarked on a music career with Sony BMG Spain
and released her first studio album, called Edurne
in 2006, which spawns the single "Despierta" that debuted on the fifth position on the Spanish Singles Charts, "Amores Dormidos", and "Te Falta Veneno", which were the soundtrack for the Spanish telenovela Yo Soy Bea and both reached the top-twenty in Edurne's native country. 2007 saw the release of Edurne's second studio album, called Ilusión, which produced two singles. "Ven Por Mí" reached, as the album's lead single, the top-twenty in the Spanish Dance iTunes Chart. Edurne
released her third album Première on 4 June 2008, with the lead single being "Un Poco de Amor" (Spanish version of Queen's "Somebody to Love)". "Sigo Enamorada de Ti" (Spanish version of "Hopelessly Devoted To You") and "Tú serás para mí" (Spanish version of "You're The One That I Want") were the following singles.

performing with Spanish DJ Brian Cross
Brian Cross
in Granada

Both are songs from Grease, because of Edurne's role as "Sandy" in the stage production Grease, El musical de tu vida from 2007 to 2013. Edurne's fourth studio album Nueva Piel was released in 2010. It produced the two singles "Soy Como Soy" and "Oigo Mi Corazón"; both achieved moderate success on the Spanish charts. Edurne
joined the cast of ¡Más Que Baile!, the Spanish version of Strictly Come Dancing, where she took the second place in the final. Edurne
released her fifth studio album Climax on 24 September 2013, with the lead single "Pretty Boy", which went straight to number thirty-three on Del 40 al 1 chart, hit list on the most important Spanish music radio Los 40 Principales. "Pankiller" was selected to be the second single and the music video became popular very fast in the social networks because of the comparisons with US popstars Rihanna, Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga
and Madonna. In 2013, Edurne
joined the cast of the third season of Tu Cara Me Suena (Your Face Sounds Familiar), a Spanish show where celebrities impersonate singers for charity, where she also was proclaimed winner with the 60% of popular votes with her Christina Aguilera impersonation and her song "Hurt" in the show's finale. From June to December 2014, Edurne
presented the comedy show Todo va bien, along with Xavi Rodríguez, on Cuatro. On 14 January 2015, TVE announced the internal selection of Edurne
to represent Spain
in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015
Eurovision Song Contest 2015
with the song "Amanecer".[1] In the final of the contest, which took place in Vienna on 23 May 2015, the song finished 21st overall. "Amanecer" is included in Edurne's sixth studio album Adrenalina, which was released on 16 June 2015.[3] Adrenalina debuted at number six on the Spanish Albums Chart, her most successful entry since her debut album.[4] On 5 August 2015, it was announced Edurne
would be joining Got Talent España (Spanish version of Got Talent) as one of the four judges.[5] In September 2016, Edurne
recorded and released a video of the song "Taste the Feeling", a Coca-Cola
campaign for the Spanish speaking world.[6] Awards[edit] During her music career Edurne
has earned one 40 Principales Award nomination. Discography[edit] Studio albums[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions Certifications

SPA [7]


Released: 21 March 2006 Formats: CD, digital download Label: Sony BMG


SPA: Platinum[citation needed]


Released: 19 June 2007 Formats: CD, digital download Label: Sony BMG



Released: 3 June 2008 Formats: CD, digital download Label: Sony BMG


Nueva Piel

Released: 23 March 2010 Formats: CD, digital download Label: Sony Music



Released: 23 September 2013 Formats: CD, digital download Label: Sony Music



Released: 16 June 2015 Formats: CD, digital download Label: Sony Music


Other albums[edit]

BSO Grease, el musical de tu vida (2008) BSO Grease, el musical (2011)

Singles[edit] As lead artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions[citation needed] Certificate Album

SPA [8]

"Despierta" 2006 5


"Amores Dormidos" —

"Te Falta Veneno" —

"No Quiero Más" 2007 —


"Ven Por Mí" —

"Fue Para Los Dos" —

"Un Poco de Amor" 2008 —


"Sigo Enamorada de Ti" —

"Tú Serás Para Mí" (featuring Carlos Solano) 2009 —

"Soy Como Soy" 2010 —

Nueva Piel

"Oigo Mi Corazón" 2011 —

"Pretty Boy" 2013 —


"Painkiller" 2014 —

"Amanecer" 2015 3


"Basta" —

"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released.

As featured artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album

SPA [8]

"Don't Tell Me Tonight" ( Cameron Cartio featuring Edurne) 2006 — Borderless

"Colgando En Tus Manos" (José Mota featuring Edurne) 2010 — Voces X1Fin: Juntos Por Mali

"25 De Diciembre" ( David de Gea
David de Gea
featuring Edurne) — Los Sims 3 Solidarios

"Por El Mar" (Miguel Costas featuring Edurne) 2011 — Costas is Back

"Que Güeno Que Estoy" ( Mojinos Escozíos
Mojinos Escozíos
featuring Edurne) — Mená chatruá

"More Than A Lover" ( Brian Cross
Brian Cross
featuring Edurne) 2012 — Non-album single

"Hand On Heart" ( Olly Murs
Olly Murs
featuring Edurne) 2013 46 Right Place Right Time

"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released.

Promotional singles[edit]

Title Year Album

"Fiesta" 2010 Pocoyó

"¡Bienvenidos Al Mundo De Pocoyó!"

"Nuestro Primer Día" 2012 Non-album single

"Soñar" 2015 Cinderella (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Spanish edition) / Adrenalina

Tours[edit] Solo tours[edit]

2006: Tour Edurne 2007: Tour Ilusión 2008: Mini Tour Première 2010: Tour Nueva Piel 2014: Painkiller Tour 2015–16: Adrenalina Tour

Joint tours[edit]

2005: Tour Operación Triunfo 2008: Grease, el musical de tu vida 2011: Tour PopStars 2011–13: Grease, el musical 2013: 40 Hot Mix Road Show

Filmography[edit] Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes

2008 Cruce Laura Shortfilm

2011 Muchas vidas: El viaje del vidrio Edurne Shortfilm

2012 Está en tu mano: Cruz Roja y Vichy Edurne Shortfilm


Year Title Role Notes

2002 Hospital Central Marga 1 episode

2003 Ana y los 7 Rebeca 4 episodes

2005 Operación Triunfo as herself Contestant

2006 Cambio de clase as herself 1 episode

Cruz y Raya/Juan y José show as herself Host; Sketch De vez en cuando la vida

2007 Edurne
y sus bichos as herself Presenter; 2 seasons

2008 Es bello vivir: Especial Nochevieja Nurse Sketch

2009 Con el vértigo en los talones: Especial Nochevieja Marta Sánchez Sketch

2010 ¡Más que baile! as herself Contestant/Runner-up

Invasores as herself Invader; guest artist

La hora de José Mota Águila Rosa Sketch, parody of Águila Roja

2011 Se lo que hicisteis... as herself Guest artist; She worked in a Lip Dub for episode 1,000

2013/2014 Tu cara me suena as herself 1st season (guest) and 3rd season (contestant/winner)

2014 Todo va bien as herself Host, 110 episodes

2015 Eurovision Song Contest 2015 as herself Spain's representative

Gym Tony Leyre 1 episode

¡Un, Dos, Chef! as herself Guest, 1 episode

2016 Objetivo Eurovisión as herself Judge and guest performer

2016–present Got Talent
Got Talent
España as herself Judge

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Category Award Result

2006 Premio Naranja de la Sierra a la música Naranja-Limón Awards Won

Best New Artist Principales Awards Nominated

"Tanga" Girl of the Year (Chica Tanga Girl) Evax Awards Won

2008 Nacionales de la Música Garamond Awards Won

Best Female Pop Singer Cosmopolitan Awards Nominated

2010 Singer of the Year Must! Awards Nominated

2011 Best Video for "Oigo mi corazón" Must! Awards Won

Best Artist Must! Awards Nominated

2014 Female Voice of the Year Propolis Awards Won


^ a b Escudero, Victor (14 January 2015). " Edurne
to sing for Spain
in Vienna!". eurovision.tv. eurovision.tv. Retrieved 14 January 2015.  ^ "Edurne: "Me da miedo gustar a la gente sólo por mi físico"". Tony Díaz. 2006. Retrieved 14 January 2015.  ^ Adrenalina: Edurne ^ Edurne
- Adrenalina ^ "Jesús Vázquez, Jorge Javier, Eva Hache y Edurne
serán jurado de ' Got Talent
Got Talent
España'". telecinco.es. Telecinco. 5 August 2015. Retrieved 5 August 2015.  ^ " Edurne
da un giro a Taste The Feeling con Coca-Cola". Yahstar. 14 September 2016. Retrieved 16 September 2016.  ^ Hung, Steffen. "Discographie Edurne
(Albums)". Spanish Charts Portal. Hung Medien (Steffen Hung).  ^ a b Peak positions for singles in Spain:

For all except noted: Hung, Steffen. "Discographie Edurne
(Singles)". Spanish Charts Portal. Hung Medien (Steffen Hung).  For "Hand On Heart": Hung, Steffen. " Olly Murs
Olly Murs
- Hand On Heart". spanishcharts.com. 

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Edurne.

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Preceded by Ruth Lorenzo with "Dancing in the Rain" Spain
in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 Succeeded by Barei with "Say Yay!"

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Operacion Triunfo

Series 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Winners / finalists

Series 1

1st Rosa López 2nd David Bisbal 3rd David Bustamante 4th Chenoa 5th Manu Tenorio 6th Verónica Romeo

Series 2

1st Ainhoa Cantalapiedra 2nd Manuel Carrasco 3rd Beth 4th Miguel Nández 5th Hugo Salazar 6th Joan Tena

Series 3

1st Vicente Seguí 2nd Ramón 3rd Miguel Cadenas 4th Davinia Cuevas 5th Mario Martínez 6th Leticia Pérez

Series 4

1st Sergio Rivero 2nd Soraya Arnelas 3rd Víctor Estévez 4th Idaira 5th Fran Dieli 6th Edurne

Series 5

1st Lorena Gómez 2nd Daniel Zueras 3rd Leo Segarra 4th Saray Ramírez 5th Moritz Weisskopf 6th José Galisteo

Series 6

1st Virginia Maestro 2nd Pablo López 3rd Chipper Cooke 4th Manu Castellano 5th Sandra Criado 6th Mimi

Series 7

1st Mario Álvarez 2nd Brenda Mau 3rd Jon Allende 4th Ángel Capel 5th Patricia Navarro 6th Silvia Parejo

Series 8

1st Nahuel Sachak 2nd Álex Forriols 3rd Mario Jefferson 4th Alexandra 5th Niccó 6th Josh

Series 9

1st Amaia Romero 2nd Aitana Ocaña 3rd Miriam Rodríguez 4th Alfred García 5th Ana Guerra 6th Agoney Hernández

Other contestants

Naím Thomas Natalia Rodriguez Gisela Mai Meneses Vega Elena Gadel Mayte Macanás Tony Santos Nika Cristie


Carlos Lozano (series 1-3) Jesús Vázquez Martínez (series 4-7) Pilar Rubio
Pilar Rubio
(series 8) Roberto Leal (series 9)

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"Gwendolyne" "En un mundo nuevo" "Amanece" "Eres tú" "Canta y sé feliz" "Tú volverás" "Sobran las palabras" "Enséñame a cantar" "Bailemos un vals" "Su canción"


"Quédate esta noche" "Y sólo tú" "Él" "¿Quién maneja mi barca?" "Lady, Lady" "La fiesta terminó" "Valentino" "No estás solo" "La chica que yo quiero (Made in Spain)" "Nacida para amar"


"Bandido" "Bailar pegados" "Todo esto es la música" "Hombres" "Ella no es ella" "Vuelve conmigo" "¡Ay, qué deseo!" "Sin rencor" "¿Qué voy a hacer sin ti?" "No quiero escuchar"


"Colgado de un sueño" "Dile que la quiero" "Europe's Living a Celebration" "Dime" "Para llenarme de ti" "Brujería" "Un Blodymary" "I Love You Mi Vida" "Baila el Chiki-chiki" "La noche es para mí"


"Algo pequeñito" "Que me quiten lo bailao" "Quédate conmigo" "Contigo hasta el final" "Dancing in the Rain" "Amanecer" "Say Yay!" "Do It for Your Lover" "Tu canción"

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Final (by final results)

Sweden (winner) Russia Italy Belgium Australia Latvia Estonia Norway Israel Serbia Georgia Azerbaijan Montenegro Slovenia Romania Armenia Albania Lithuania Greece Hungary Spain Cyprus Poland United Kingdom France Austria Germany

Semi-final 1 (alphabetical order)

Belarus Denmark Finland Macedonia Moldova Netherlands

Semi-final 2 (alphabetical order)

Czech Republic Iceland Ireland Malta Portugal San Marino Switzerland


Final (by final results)

Måns Zelmerlöw Polina Gagarina Il Volo Loïc Nottet Guy Sebastian Aminata Elina Born
Elina Born
& Stig Rästa Mørland & Debrah Scarlett Nadav Guedj Bojana Stamenov Nina Sublatti Elnur Hüseynov Knez Maraaya Voltaj Genealogy Elhaida Dani Monika Linkytė
Monika Linkytė
& Vaidas Baumila Maria Elena Kyriakou Boggie Edurne John Karagiannis Monika Kuszyńska Electro Velvet Lisa Angell The Makemakes Ann Sophie

Semi-final 1 (alphabetical order)

Anti Social Media Daniel Kajmakoski Eduard Romanyuta Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät Trijntje Oosterhuis Uzari
& Maimuna

Semi-final 2 (alphabetical order)

Amber Leonor Andrade Marta Jandová
Marta Jandová
& Václav Noid Bárta María Ólafsdóttir Mélanie René Michele Perniola
Michele Perniola
& Anita Simoncini Molly Sterling


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Semi-final 1 (alphabetical order)

"Aina mun pitää" "Autumn Leaves" "I Want Your Love" "The Way You Are" "Time" "Walk Along"

Semi-final 2 (alphabetical order)

"Chain of Lights" "Hope Never Dies" "Há um mar que nos separa" "Playing with Numbers" "Time to Shine" "Unbroken" "Warrior" (Malta)


"Diell" "Heart of Stone"

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