Rosa López

Rosa López

Infobox musical artist 2
Name = Rosa López
Also_known_as = Rosa

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Background = solo singer
Birth_name = Rosa María López Cortés
Alias =
Born = 14th January 1981 (age 27)
Died =
Origin = Granada, Spain
Genre = Dance
Years_active = 2001–present
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Associated_acts = Lorena, David Bisbal, Ainhoa Cantalapiedra
URL = []
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Past_members =
:"This article is about the Spanish singer. For the witness in the O.J. Simpson trial, see Rosa Lopez (witness)."

Rosa López (b. January 14 1981 in Granada), also known as Rosa, or Rosa de España, is a Spanish singer. Her musical career began when she sang with a small orchestra at parties in the Granada area Fact|date=May 2008. She was chosen to participate in the Spanish television series "Operación Triunfo", winning the first edition in 2002.

López competed for Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest 2002 in Tallinn, the reward for the winner of "Operación Triunfo". She was placed seventh with her performance of "Europe's Living a Celebration" earning 81 points.

Noted for her fluctuating weight, in early 2006 López surprised critics and fans alike when she unveiled a new, trim figure in time to compete in a televised dance competition series entitled "¡Mira quién baila!" ("Look Who's Dancing"), a variation of "Strictly Come Dancing", which she ended up winning. Following her participation in this show, she was chosen to represent Spain in the Eurovision Dance Contest 2008 in Glasgow, becoming the first person to participate at both Eurovision events.



* 2002 "Europe's Living a Celebration"
* 2002 "A Solas Con Mi Corazón"
* 2003 "La Esencia De Tu Voz"
* 2004 "Don't Stop The Music"
* 2004 "Un Sábado Más"
* 2005 "Miles de Estrellas"
* 2004 "Ojalá"
* 2006 "Más"
* 2006 "Más Allá"
* 2008 "Júrame"


*2005 "Rosa en concierto" live in Barcelona (+15.000) Gold

External links

* [ Official website]
* [ It First Paginates Of Rosa López In English (Web Not Official)]


# [ Promusicae (Spanish CDs Sells)]

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