Romania in the 2000 Eurovision Song Contest
The Romanian representation in the 2000 Eurovision Song Contest is the song called: “The Moon” is a song recorded by Romanian group Taxi. The song “The Moon” in Romanian ‘Luna’ was chosen solely by public televoting during National Selection held by the Romanian Television (TVR).
The 45th edition of Eurovision Song Contest took place in Stockholm, Sweden the Globe Arena, following Charlotte Nilsson’s win at the 1999 contest in Jerusalem, Israel with the song “Take Me to Your Heaven”.
Taxi performed “The Moon” in sixth place; during their show, lead singer Dan Teodorescu sang and played the guitar on a chair, while accompanied by an electric guitar and a pan flute played by fellow members.
Romania got in the 17th position with a total of 25 points (12 Macedonia, 7 Croatia, and 6 Russia). The song was written and composed by Dan Teodorescu and its available in English and Romanian version.
The Romanian television presenter and TV personality Andreea Marin was the spokesperson who revealed the Romanian results.