Category: The Voice

ROMANIA FAILED TO QUALIFY IN ROTTERDAM

Unfortunately, Romania failed to qualify for the Grand Finale of Eurovision Song Contest, Rotterdam 2021. Roxen will not be live on stage on Saturday night. Unfortunately, Romanian have missed a place in the Grand Finale of Eurovision Song Contest for the last 4 years, except 2020 when Eurovision was suspended due to COVID-19.

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بطاقة حب or ‘Love Card’ greeting Morocco

Morocco first and only participation in the Eurovision Song Contest was on the 19th of April 1980, when the contest was held in The Hague, Netherlands. This is to remind you that Moroccan broadcaster Société Nationale de Radiodiffusion et de Télévision (SNRT), an EBU member internally selected the song “Bitaqat Hub“, performed by Moroccan singer Samira […]

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FIRST REHEARSAL OF MOLDOVA – EUROVISION 2021

Was officially released the First Rehearsal of Moldova in Rotterdam for Eurovision Song Contest on the official EBU YouTube page. Natalia Gordienko will represent Moldova in the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam, The Nederlands. We would like to remain you that Natalia Gordienko represented Moldavia on the 20 of May 2006 alongside Arsenium (Arsenie […]

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Non ho l’età

The 1964 Eurovision Song Contest took place in Copenhagen, Denmark. This is a song was written by Mario Panzeri with the composition of Nicola Salerno in 1964 special for Gigliola Cinquetti. Italy celebrated it’s first victory with the song Non Ho l’Età, performed by 16-year-old Gigliola Cinquetti. This is the complete radio broadcast of the actual […]

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2nd Semifinal Eurovision România 2018

The second semi-final took place on the 28th of January 2018, at Teatrul Național “Mihai Eminescu” in Timișoara, where twelve other entries competed for three spots in the final. Jukebox feat. Bella Santiago, Rafael & Friends, and MIHAI qualified for the final, placing 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively. The green room correspondent for this show […]

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Honorable 12th in Eurovision 2014

The host country of 2014 Eurovision Song Contest was Denmark. The contest was divided into two semifinals on the 6th of May and 8th of May and Grand Final placed on the 10th of May. The show organised in Copenhagen, all in all, spent 112 million Danish kroner; three times more than what was expected and […]

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Unlucky 13th for Romania at Eurovision

Eurovision Song Contest 2013 took place in Malmö, Sweden. Sveriges Television (SVT) chose Malmö Arena as the venue following the consideration of several venues in Sweden. Cezar performed 17th on the 2nd Semi-Final of Eurovision Song Contest 2013 – Malmö: On this occasion, Romania finished in 5th place with a total of 83 points. The points […]

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‘Zaleilah’ at 2012 Eurovision Song Contest

The Romanian entry for Eurovision Song Contest 2012, ‘Zaleilah’, was recorded by the Romanian band Mandinga. The song was written by Costi Ioniță along with band lead singer Elena Ionescu and member Omar Secada and has been described as Latin-influenced, with other inspirations including Balkanic, Cuban, Gypsy and salsa music it is also a bilingual love song performed […]

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Mălina Olinescu, commits suicide

The Romanian singer Mălina Olinescu who represented Romania in the 1998 Eurovision Song Contest, commits suicide. The SMURD Ambulance was called at the North Station in Bucharest, Romania (Gara de Nord) early morning on Monday, 12th of December, around 1:00 AM informing that a woman fell from the 6th floor of a block. Doctors tried to resuscitate her […]

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The 3rd place for Romania at Eurovision

Oslo hosted the 55th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest at Telenor, following Alexander Rybak’s win at the 2009 contest in Moscow, with the song “Fairytale”. Paula Seling and Ovi performed ‘Play With Fire’ 10th in the 2nd semi-final. The artists’ show began with them performing the song sitting on both sides of a “shine-through” […]

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‘The Balkan Girls’ by Elena Gheorghe

Elena Gheorghe representing Romania will sing ‘The Balkan Girls’ at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest.   The Balkan Girls is recorded by the Romanian singer Elena Gheorghe. The song was written by Laurenţiu Duţă and Alexandru Pelin while the production was handled by Ovidiu Bistriceanu, Laurenţiu Duţă, and Daris Mangal. The song is a folk-influenced dance-pop […]

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Tornerò, Tornerò by Mihai

The Eurovision Song Contest 2006 was held in Athens, Greece at O.A.C.A. Olympic Indoor Hall with a semifinal on the 18th of May 2006 and the Grand Finale on the 20th of May 2006. Mihai performed in 12th place and finished in 4th place with a total of 172 points, which remained the Romanian highest score […]

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