For the third week running, the host of the Spanish selection "Destino Eurovisión", Anne Igartiburu, greeted the expert jury and her backstage co-presenter, Daniel Diges, who sang for Spain last year in Oslo. This week the performers had to tried their lucks by singing again classics of the Eurovision Song Contest history.
Third one out was Eurovision follower Sebas singing a more acoustic What's Another Year?, Johnny Logan's first winner. Lucía Perez followed, giving a try to one of the four winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 1969, Lulu's Boom Bang-A-Bang in English and Spanish which was well received.
In the first show Gio made a very personal version of last year's winner Satellite which the juries thought it was worth of proceeding and tonight his rendition of Dime, the Spanish entry of 2003, was not less personal. Monica Guech accompanied herself on the piano again, this time to sing the last UK winner Love Shine A Light.
The last two performers of the night were Don Johnsons with Lordi's Hard Rock Hallelujah, in an unexpected, unmasked, pop version and David Sancho put an end to the performances with a crooner take on the evergreen Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu (Volare).
After the performances three guest acts took the stage: Pastora Soler, jury member David Ascanio and Sergio Dalma, who represented Spain at the 1991 Eurovision Song Contest in Rome. Then Anne announced the results. The first winner came from the televote: Lucía Perez and the other two finalists were picked by the jury: Melissa and Auryn.
The winner of the Spanish final will perform in the Final of the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest, the 14th of May in Düsseldorf.