This first episode of the Aftermath of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 is about Moldova, which finished in tenth place in Lisbon. DoReDoS mostly thanked their result to their 115 points in the televote, where they finished in eighth place.
Moldova will be represented by DoReDos at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. The group will perform the song ‘My Lucky Day’, the winning entry at O melodie pentru Europa 2018.
The final of O Melodie Pentru Europa in Moldova takes place tonight and it showcases a lot of unknown names, however a couple of songs were composed by notable people, like Philipp Kirkorov and Michael James Down. Follow O Melodie Pentru Europa 2018 in this [read more…]
TRM, the state broadcaster in Moldova, has revealed the sixteen finalists for the national final on the 24th of Febuary. The scheduled semi final on the 22nd of February has been cancelled.
There are 28 artists left on the shortlist in Moldova. These acts will perform their songs in an audition round, and 16 of them will advance to the semi final of „O Melodie Pentru Europa“.
In our aftermath of the Eurovision Song Contest we have reached the top 3 of the contest in Kiev. And Moldova booked a podium place for the first time in their history. Something that gave Sunstroke Project an “Order of Honor” in their country.
The group SunStroke Project will represent Moldova at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, making their comeback after taking part in 2010 as well. Their song ‘Hey Mamma’ was the winning entry in O Melodie Pentru Europa this Saturday.
Eight candidates in Moldova will battle for a ticket to the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kiev this night. In the line-up we see SunStroke Project as one of the biggest contenders to win O Melodie Pentru Europa.
SunStroke Project reached the final of Moldova’s national selection process ‘O Melodi Pentru Europa’. The act, that represented the country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2010, was among the top eight acts of the semi final on Friday.
Another artist has decided to withdraw from the preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest in Moldova. This time it is Boris Covali, one of the early favourites, who steps down for personal reasons.