After a long period of internal selections, Spain turned to the public national selection in 2000. Since then Barcelona has hosted four of the finals, this fifth year will be in the TVE Studios in Sant Cugat. From here the winner will go to its "Destination Eurovision" in Düsseldorf next May. The host, Anne Igartiburu, will be helped once more by last year's Spanish entrant, Daniel Diges, from the green room.
Lucía Pérez is from Lugo and is a professional singer that has released four albums without reaching the mainstream so far. This is for her the perfect chance to finally achieve it after a second place for Spain at the 2006 Viña del Mar Festival in Chile. She was the televoters favourite to reach this final.
Melissa is 22 and comes from Alicante though her family hails from Belgium and Switzerland. She has studied classical and modern singing and premiered on TV four years ago, participating in a popular talent show.
Carlos, Blas, Dani, Alvaro and David are Auryn. The name of the band honours the amulet in "The Neverending Story" (according to the novel, its possessor is able to fulfill their dreams and desires). Auryn's strength lies in the combination of harmonies. The five components have been trained and have extensive experience.