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Ana Mena sees herself with options to represent Italy in Eurovision

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The last thing that is lost is hope and this has been demonstrated by the Spanish singer Ana Mena. The Andalusian has openly confessed to having “a lot of confidence” in her song ‘Duecentomila ore’, which she presented on the first day of the Sanremo Festival and with which she came last in the classification. However, there are still four nights to go and the winner of the Disney Channel show ‘My Camp Rock 2’ knows it.

Ana Mena appeared on the first day of the festival alone and dressed in red to perform a ballad with Latin airs that, according to the results, did not convince. The reality is that the song aroused some controversy after some social network users pointed out that it resembled the song “Amandoti” by Italian singer Gianna Nannini. Despite the poor results, the woman from Malaga, known in the country for her summer songs, explained this Wednesday in the cultural magazine “Sorrisi e canzoni” that she had “very much enjoyed the experience of singing with the orchestra.”

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The Andalusian is not lacking in words of encouragement and hope, despite the criticism and the poor result of the jury’s vote, made up of expert journalists and who placed her in last place. Thus, the young woman will step on an Italian stage again on Thursday. However, it will not be until Saturday when she could be eliminated, on the last night. It will be on this occasion when the artist, in addition to interpreting her new song, will sing the version of a famous song with Rocco Hunt, a rapper who won Sanremo in 2014 in the “New Proposals” section and with whom Mena has become known in the Italian charts.

Ana Mena, the first foreigner to set foot in Sanremo in recent years

The singer has already left her mark on the history of Sanremo, as she is the first foreigner to perform in Sanremo in the last seven years. The last to do so was the Belgian-Canadian Lara Fabian in 2015. The vote, which assessed the first twelve songs of the 25 candidates competing in this 72nd edition of the Sanremo Festival, had as winners the Italian duo Blanco and Mahmood, winner the latter from Sanremo in 2019 and second in Eurovision the same year.

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Source: Lasexta

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