Moldovan broadcaster TRM will provide more information on their national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in the next week. ESC Daily has been informed that the rules of the national preselection in Moldova will be announced by the broadcaster in the next couple of days.
Last year, for the first time since 2008, Moldova failed to reach the final of the Eurovision Song Contest when Cristina Scarlat (pictured above) performed ‘Wild Soul’. Despite that disappointing result, Moldova has decided to stay on board and not withdraw from the contest.
Moldova has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest ten times, debuting in 2005. The debut year remains the country’s most successful result, with Zdob şi Zdub finishing sixth. The country’s only other top ten result was in 2007, when Natalia Barbu finished tenth.