For the first time since 2006, Spain will be competing at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest which is set to be held in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland later this year.
Spanish broadcaster RTVE has now revealed that Spain will return to the contest after a lengthy absence. The nation is following on from France, who returned to the contest last year after a similar absence from the contest.
There is no news yet about how their entrant will be selected, however it is expected to be an internal selection.
Spain made their Junior Eurovision debut in 2003, where they finished as runner-up. They also finished as runner-up in 2005, and achieved 4th place in 2006. Their best result was winning the contest in 2004 with María Isabel and her song Antes Muerta Que Sencilla. Watch that performance below: