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Lucía Pérez


Quick Facts

Lucía Pérez Vizcaino

05 July 1985

🇪🇸 Spanish

National Selection
Destino Eurovisión 2011

In Eurovision
2011 Düsseldorf

Que me quiten lo bailao (2011)


Lucía Pérez Vizcaíno, a Spanish singer born on July 5, 1985, in O Incio, Lugo, Galicia, began her career winning the Canteira de Cantareiros talent show on Galician TV at 17. Her debut album, “Amores y amores,” released a year later, earned a Galician Gold Record certification.

In 2005, Pérez won the Galician Soloist Pop Album award and placed second at the Viña del Mar International Song Festival in Chile with “Qué haría contigo.” That year, her song “Amarás Miña Terra” was also nominated for Best Song in Galician at the Spanish Music Awards.

Her third album, “Volar por los tejados,” was released in 2008 in Spain and Chile, followed by a tour. In 2009, she participated again in the Viña del Mar Festival. Her fourth album, “Dígocho en galego,” entirely in Galician, came out in 2010.

Lucía won the Spanish selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 with “Que me quiten lo bailao” and subsequently signed with Warner Music. Her fifth album, “Cruzo los dedos,” released in April 2011, included Spanish versions of songs from her previous album, with the exception of “Adiós rios, adiós fontes” in Galician.

At Eurovision 2011 in Düsseldorf, Germany, she finished 23rd overall, but 16th in televoting. Pérez released her sixth album, “Quitapenas,” in June 2014, and in May 2018, her seventh album “Quince soles” featured collaborations with artists like Chenoa, Rosa Cedrón, and Chema Purón. The single “Tocando enfrente” was her first release from that album. 

In february 2019, she teamed up with Chema Puron for a concert. With Zé Amaro she recorded a song, “Tudo se Paga”, that was released in May. The song gained over a million views on YouTube. She also started as a judge in the show A Liga Dos Cantantes on TVG. In February 2020 her new single “Terra” was released. During the COVID19 lockdown she teamed up with many artists for home concerts named instagramlive. Among others, she took part at the Eurovision preparty ES home

In December 2021 Lucía released a new single, “Na miña pel”. She was able to perform this song on a show at Americateve41, a Spanish tv station in Miami, Florida. In June 2022 she teamed up with Eva Iglesias for a duet, “Sementeira”. In January 2023, “La penúltima” was released, a song recorded in Miami. In September, this song was followed by a new one: “La Salida”, followed in December by “Guerrera”.


Que me quiten lo bailao

🇪🇸 Spain



Rafael Artesero Herrero

Rafael Artesero Herrero

Cristina Domínguez
Sandra Borrego
Amaury Reinoso
Juan Francisco Solsona
Ginés Cano

Results Semi

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Results Finals

Points: 50
Position: 23
Running order: 22