SPAIN – After the well-deserved third place in the Eurovision Song Contest 2022, Chanel has released a new version of “SloMo” on the streaming platforms. It is in fact the Eurovision’s Dancebreak Edit version.
This new version fits perfectly with what was seen on the Turin stage and differs from the one in circulation since January for several elements: the dance-only part, the addition of instrumental elements at the opening and other Chanel vocalizations at the end.
Así espera España a que llegue Chanel (@ChanelTerrero) a la Plaza Mayor de Madrid, donde celebrará su tercer puesto en #Eurovision 🤩#ElChanelazoQueQuieres https://t.co/OQZaxo6beB pic.twitter.com/fvSoFZRye3
— RTVE (@rtve) May 15, 2022
In the meantime, Chanel has also returned to Spain and was welcomed by her compatriots with the same treatment reserved for a soccer champion.
Chanel celebrated her third place by singing in Madrid’s iconic Plaza Mayor.
Given the initial premises (with related controversies) after the Benidorm Fest, for Chanel the Eurovision season has turned into a real personal success.
Chanel (@ChanelTerrero) y sus bailarines lo han vuelto a dar todo sobre el escenario.
— Eurovisión RTVE (@eurovision_tve) May 15, 2022
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