Spain participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 with an entry selected through the third series of the reality show Operación Triunfo. Ramón's song "Para llenarme de ti", composed by Kike Santander, was chosen through televoting by the Spanish public. At the Eurovision final, Ramón placed 10th with 87 points.
|Eurovision Song Contest 2004|
|Selection process||Operación Triunfo|
28 January 2004
|Selected song||"Para llenarme de ti"|
|Selected songwriter(s)||Kike Santander|
|Final result||10th, 87 points|
|Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest|
Before Eurovision Edit
Operación Triunfo Edit
The third season of Operación Triunfo was broadcast from the Mediapark Studios in Sant Just Desvern, Barcelona and was hosted by Carlos Lozano. After the regular final of Operación Triunfo that took place on 21 December 2003 (where Vicente Seguí was declared the overall winner of the season), the top four contestants - Vicente, Ramón, Miguel and Davinia - qualified for the Eurovision phase of the contest, which consisted of two rounds and a final.
First round Edit
In the first round on 14 January 2004, three songs were assigned to each contestant among those submitted to national broadcaster TVE, making a total of twelve songs. A jury eliminated one of the songs assigned to each artist, leaving a total of eight.
|1||Davinia||"Quiero tu amor"||Toni and Xasqui Ten||Advanced|
|2||Miguel||"Hoy te quiero más"||David Augustabe, Francisco Ponferrada and Bruno Nicolás||Eliminated|
|3||Ramón||"Para llenarme de ti"||Kike Santander||Advanced|
|4||Vicente||"Veinte años más"||Alejandro Abad||Advanced|
|5||Miguel||"Amor de madrugada"||David Augustabe, Francisco Ponferrada and Bruno Nicolás||Advanced|
|6||Vicente||"Se me va la vida"||Alejandro Abad||Advanced|
|7||Ramón||"Cuestión de alma"||David Santisteban||Eliminated|
|8||Davinia||"Cómo quieres que te quiera"||Daniel Ambrojo||Advanced|
|9||Vicente||"Nadie como tú"||Alejandro Abad||Eliminated|
|10||Davinia||"Mi obsesión"||Daniel Ambrojo||Eliminated|
|11||Miguel||"Muéveme"||Pablo Torres and Manuel Tomás||Advanced|
|12||Ramón||"Todo vuelve a importar"||Alejandro Piqueras and Fernando Rodríguez||Advanced|
Second Round Edit
In the second round on 21 January 2004, a finalist song was chosen for each contestant through televoting. The four songs that participated in the final were "Cómo quieres que te quiera" by Davinia, "Muéveme" by Miguel, "Para llenarme de ti" by Ramón, and "Se me va la vida" by Vicente.
|1||Davinia||"Quiero tu amor"||14.3%||Eliminated|
|2||Ramón||"Para llenarme de ti"||70.7%||Finalist|
|3||Vicente||"Veinte años más"||16%||Eliminated|
|4||Miguel||"Amor de madrugada"||21.4%||Eliminated|
|5||Vicente||"Se me va la vida"||84%||Finalist|
|6||Davinia||"Cómo quieres que te quiera"||85.7%||Finalist|
|8||Ramón||"Todo vuelve a importar"||29.3%||Eliminated|
The final took place on 28 January 2004. At the close of voting, "Para llenarme de ti" performed by Ramón was awarded first place with 38.8% of the vote.
|1||Davinia||"Cómo quieres que te quiera"||15.4%||4|
|3||Ramón||"Para llenarme de ti"||38.8%||1|
|4||Vicente||"Se me va la vida"||29.3%||2|
At Eurovision Edit
Spain automatically qualified for the grand final, on 12 May 2004; as part of the "Big Four". During the placement draw, it was determined that Spain would perform 1st. On 12 May, Spain placed 10th with 87 points.
Points awarded to Spain Edit
Points awarded by Spain Edit
- "Eurovision Song Contest : Spain 2004 : Ramón, Para Llenarme de Ti : ESC-History".
- "GALA 16: ¡¡RAMÓN, A EUROVISIÓN!!" (in Spanish). Telefónica. 28 January 2004. Retrieved 22 November 2008.
- "Grand Final of Istanbul 2004". European Broadcasting Union. Archived from the original on 18 April 2021. Retrieved 18 April 2021.
- "Results of the Grand Final of Istanbul 2004". European Broadcasting Union. Archived from the original on 19 April 2021. Retrieved 19 April 2021.
- "Results of the Semi-Final of Istanbul 2004". European Broadcasting Union. Archived from the original on 19 April 2021. Retrieved 19 April 2021.