Life after JESC: María Isabel
MADRID, SPAIN – Through this series of posts oikotimes.com would like to present information about the Junior Eurovision Song Contest winners after-winning-life. What happened to the JESC winners after their triumph in the contest?
María Isabel (born 4 January 1995) is a Spanish singer who won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2004 with the song Antes Muerta que Sencilla.
“Antes Muerta que Sencilla” became an instant radio hit in Spain, and was later promoted in Latin America, where Maria Isabel’s album was released in 2005. Milly Cangiano, a Puerto Rican television show host, has made the song’s name one of the phrases she uses daily during her show.
In addition, Maria Isabel began her first tour of Latin America and the United States after the album’s release. Her song has become a charttopper in Argentina, Colombia, Puerto Rico and other places. In April 2005, she was interviewed on American national television for the first time, when she was presented on Univision’s “El Gordo y La Flaca and spoke with Lily Estefan and Raul De Molina.
Maria Isabel lists Chenoa (David Bisbal’s ex-girlfriend) as one of her favorite singers. She plans to continue her show business career and possibly become a businesswoman when she becomes an adult. She has said she would like to open a clothing store. Although singing remains her main interest, she is also a musician. As a little girl, she studied the piano, but she left it because she became bored.
Maria Isabel continues to go to school from Monday-Friday, but on weekends and school holidays she travels throughout Spain giving concerts as well as interviews for the [media]. She is a regular on Malaga’s Tivoli World.
Her second album is titled “Número 2”. It includes the hits “Pues Va A Ser Que No” and “En Mi Jardin”. These songs are part of the soundtrack of the Spanish Barbie movie “Y La Magia De Pegaso”. Her third album Capricornio was released on 21 November 2006 and has been a huge success. It is a double disk set which also includes a DVD with all of her videoclips and extras.
Her fourth studio album is collection of songs from the soundtrack of her first movie, Ángeles SA. Due to management and release problems, Ángeles SA entered the Spanish charts at number 35, however in the week commencing 20/12, it peaked at number 11, certifying it gold. Maria Isabel has listed her hobbies as playing with friends, trying cosmetics,singing and putting her hair into cute styles at the hairdressers.
2004 No Me Toques Las Palmas Que Me Conozco
2005 Número 2
2007 Ángeles S.A.
2009 Los Lunnis con María Isabel
2004 “Antes Muerta que Sencilla”
2004 “No Me Toques Las Palmas Que Me Conozco”
2004 “La Vida Es Bella”
2005 “Pues Va A Ser Que No”
2006 “En Mi Jardín”
2006 “Quién Da La Vez”
2006 “De Qué Vas”
2007 “Cometas de Cristal”
2007 “Cuando No Estás”