This is the video clip of ‘SloMo’, the song of Spain in Eurovision


Very moved and sensual. This is the video clip ‘SloMo’the song with which Chanel Terrero will represent Spain at the festival of Eurovision, which will be held on May 14 in Turin (Italy). The interpreter, in fact, is this year among the favorites to win the veteran musical contest.

“Sensual, sophisticated and ‘booty hypnotic’, was recently described by its protagonist referring to the lyrics of the song and after the enormous controversy caused by the voting at the Benidorm Fest and the criticism of sexism. In the video clip, which you can see in full here and in the video below (from minute 5.50), Chanel takes advantage of her great experience as a dancer with a careful choreography.

four changing rooms

The Spanish representative, who last week made an impact in Portugal with her performance at the Festival da Cançao, wears up to four different outfits in the video clip, where she appears accompanied by her dancers Exon Arcos, Josh Huerta, Pol Soto, Raquel Caurín and Ría Pérez. The choreography, performed by Kyle Hanagami (also the creative director of the staging to be seen in Turin), includes some scenes of Chanel dancing wet in the rain.

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Directed by Pawla Casanovas, the video clip for ‘SloMo’ aims to “highlight Chanel’s ballerina skills” and show her as a “strong and very empowered” woman. “She inspires me with strength, glamour, style & mldr; and visual power. Explosion & rdquor ;, says the director.

“I want to convey strength, security and the desire to have a good time. And enjoy the music and the dance. Every little step we are taking adds to ‘SloMo’. I really want to set foot in Turin so that everything we are working on can be seen”, Chanel explains for her part about the first video clip of her career.


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