2020 would have been the year that Natalia Gordienko would return to the Eurovision stage. She previously took part back in 2006 for Moldova. Will she be granted her comeback in 2021 after all?
Moldova’s national final took place Saturday night, in order to select the 16th Moldovan representative to go to Eurovision 2020 in Rotterdam. Natalia Gordienko (ESC 2006) was chosen by a combination of a public vote alongside a professional jury. Natalia beat Pasha Parfeni (ESC 2012) [read more…]
Broadcaster TRM in Moldova announced that there are 35 candidates to represent their country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam. Amongst those acts are a lot of familiar names and three former candidates, which will first face an audition round.
Kseniya Simonova will perform snow art during Moldova ‘s Eurovision performance in 2019. “This is something completely different from sand art, which I did for Mika Newton from Ukraine in Eurovision 2011.”
The sand artist that Moldova will use in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 is Kseniya Simonova, the woman who also performed with Mika Newton in 2011. Simonova confirmed this to Team ESCDaily in Tel Aviv. Back then, the Ukranian entry finished in 4th place in [read more…]
Eurovision 2019 is the year of jury darlings. No less than 9 times this preselection season, a song won without the support of the televoters. ESCDaily introduces them all to you in the build-up to Tel Aviv, continuing with Anna Odobescu from Moldova.
The EBU has uploaded videos of all the 41 participating song of the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest 2019. In the footage, we can now hear the updated versions of the songs from Hungary, Albania and Moldova.
O Melodie Pentru Europa, the national final for Moldova has selected Anna Odobescu as their act for the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. Her song is called “Stay”.
The acts in the Moldovan national final have been selected after a mammoth audition process. TRM held the audition process to narrow down the number of acts that submitted songs to represent Moldova at the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv.
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.