Returning in all but name is Moldova’s Eurovision selection process for 2020 (formerly O Melodi Pentru Europa). Today Moldovan broadcaster TRM revealed the acts and song titles competing in this year’s show. 36 songs are eligible and they include former Moldovan representative Pasha Parfeny as well as come backs for Diana Brescan, Che-MD and Sasha Bognibov. Angel Kiss are the only artist to appear twice on the list with their two songs- ‘My Own Queen’ and ‘You Are My Dance’.
After holding auditions for their selection show O Melodie Pentru Europa, Moldova’s judging panel were less than impressed. So much so that they have decided to axe their plans for a semi final and instead just go straight to a final. This final took place this evening and consisted of ten songs.
Moldova will decide their Eurovision artist and song on 3 March 2019. Ahead of that big decision we have listened to all ten songs competing in their national final, rated them out of ten and ranks them from worst to best. Have a look to see where your favourite placed!
After holding auditions for their selection show O Melodie Pentru Europa, Moldova’s judging panel were less than impressed. So much so that they have decided to axe their plans for a semi final and instead just go straight to a final that will consist of ten songs which were announced to the public at the weekend.
Moldovan broadcaster TVM have announced the names of the 26 acts and 28 songs that will compete in their live auditions round of their Eurovision 2019 selection on 2 February. Read on to find out who is among the list of contenders!
The Moldovan national selection came to an close with the final of O Melodie Pentru Europa tonight. The winner of the contest was Lidia Isac who won with her song ‘Falling Stars’.
Moldova’s selection final kicked off minutes ago, but while all 16 finalist perform their songs, we had asked you to choose your favourite. The poll has now closed and Lidia Isac has come out on top with ‘Falling Stars’.
Moldova made their Eurovision debut in 2005 and to date it is still their best result with a sixth place finish for ‘Bunica Bate Toba’ by Zdob şi Zdub. Since then they have competed every year, but missed out on the final three times, having not qualified from their semi final. This includes their last two attempts with Cristina Scarlat in 2014 and last year Eduard Romanyuta narrowly missed out on a place in the final having finished 11th in his semi final with ‘I Want Your Love’. They return to the contest in 2016, find out more by reading on…