O Melodie Pentru Europa is the Moldovan selection show for Eurovision 2017. The competiton hosted not only its semi final earlier this week, but also the final earlier this evening. Eight acts competed in the final and it was Sunstroke Project who was triumphant with ‘Hey Mamma’.
Moldova staged the semi final of their Eurovision selection show O Melodie Pentru Europa last night with eight acts making it through to tonight’s final. We’ve been asking you to vote for your favourite of the remaining songs in our poll and we can now reveal the results.
Eight of the 14 acts who competed in the semi final of the Moldovan Eurovision selection show O Melodie Pentru Europa have advanced to tomorrow night’s final. Find out who made the cut.
Moldova’s Eurovision 2017 selection show O Melodie Pentru Europa will kick off with its semi final show on 24th February ahead of that we take a look at each of the 14 songs in the running, give them a score out of ten and rank them in order of our favourites. Read on to find out who’s topped our list.
Moldova’s Eurovision 2017 selection show O Melodie Pentru Europa will kick off with its semi final show on 24th February and following another contestant dropping out this week, only 14 songs will compete. The Moldovan broadcaster revealed the running order for the contestants in the upcoming semi final.
Two acts who were set to compete in the Moldovan national semi final contest on 24th February have been forced to withdraw, due to breaches of the rules.
This week 14 acts were shortlisted from the 39 performers who auditioned for the Moldovan Eurovision singing competition O Melodi Pentru 2017.
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…