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© Vincent Hasselgård, Wikimedia Commons About Quick Facts NameDaniel Diges Garcia Born17 Januari 1981 Nationality🇪🇸 Spain National SelectionDestino Oslo, La Gala de Eurovisión 2010 In Eurovision2010 Oslo SongAlgo pequeñito (2010) Biography Daniel Diges García, born on January 17, 1981, is a celebrated Spanish artist known for his roles as a singer, pianist, composer, and actor. His early life in Madrid transitioned to a youth filled with artistic endeavors in Alcalá de Henares. Starting his career in the local theater company Teatro Escuela Libre de Alcalá de Henares, Diges quickly moved into the spotlight with TV commercials and a notable role in the teen drama “Nada es para siempre” during 1999-2000. He expanded his television presence by hosting children’s shows and securing supporting roles in several TV series, showcasing his versatile talent. Diges made a significant impact in musical theatre, taking on key roles in productions like “Hoy No Me Puedo Levantar” and “We Will Rock You”. His participation in the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 with “Algo pequeñito” marked a pivotal moment in his career, leading to the release of his self-titled debut album under Warner Music. Despite an unexpected interruption by Jimmy Jump during his Eurovision performance, he finished respectably in 15th place. Following Eurovision, Diges continued to shine in the theatrical world, playing Enjolras in “Les Misérables” and co-creating “Póker de Voces.” His second album, a tribute to the 1970s, preceded his role as Gaston in “La Bella y la Bestia” and his successful participation in “Tu cara me suena.” In 2013, Diges took the lead in “Hoy No Me Puedo Levantar,” further solidifying his reputation in musical theatre. He released his third studio album, “Quiero,” in 2014 and reprised his role in “Los Miserables” on a national tour. 2015 saw the release of “Calle Broadway,” his fourth studio album, featuring renditions of Broadway classics. Expanding his international footprint, Diges portrayed Jean Valjean in “Les Misérables” in both Brazil (2017) and Mexico (2018), showcasing his talent on a global stage. In 2019, he led in “El Médico,” and in 2021, he starred in the Madrid production of “Kinky Boots,” continuing to captivate audiences with his dynamic performances and artistic versatility. In 2022, Daniel Diges performed the show Cineman about the history of cinema. In November of that year, he was part of the theatre play Tick Tick Boom. A year later, he was a member of the jury in “La La La”. He also played in Los titanes. La furia de los dioses and in the musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in the role of Willy Wonka. Entries Algo pequeñito Country🇸🇲 Country Yearyear Language🇬🇧 English LyricsJesus CañadillaDaniel DigesAlberto JodarLuis Miguel de la Varga MusicNames Backings/DancersDavid VelardoYuri OlmechenkoLidia GómezAlejandro ArceGwenaelle Poline Results Semi Points: –Position: –Running order: – Results Finals Points: 68Position: 15Running order: 2

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