Do y’all smell some fish in Chisinau?
“Go big or go home” seems to be Moldova’s motto at Eurovision. Knowing very well that it’s a small country with equally tiny chances of winning, Moldova steals the music show visually, either with oversized hats, a record-breaking dress or an epic sax guy. Let’s remember the most wacky Moldovan numbers, shall we?
After a well-deserved summer holiday that she spent in Ukraine, Romania and Greece, Aliona Moon went back to Romania, to shoot scenes for a teenage movie where she’s playing herself as a judge at a talent competition.
Moldova debuted at Eurovision in 2005 and haven’t missed a contest since. Its state broadcaster TRM has now said “it’s more than likely that we will participate in 2014.”
After what seemed like a good second rehearsal of “O mie”, Aliona Moon and the Moldovan delegation have canceled the mandatory post-rehearsal press conference, thus breaking EBU rules.
Wiwi: Wow. At her first rehearsal Aliona Moon proved that thoughtful staging can turn a good act into a great one. The Moldovan singer took a cue from Azerbaijan’s Sabina Babayeva and wore a dress built to react to light projections. Over the course of the song it morphs from fiery red to gentle blue, and […]
Last night the Wiwi Jury—our in-house panel of music unprofessionals—packed our bags and headed to Chisinau to review Aliona Moon’s Eurovision song “O Mie”. Was her song one in a million? Or one of the other 999,999? Read our reviews to find out…
In a press conference today, the Moldovan representative Aliona Moon released the video for her song “O mie” and revealed a few secrets regarding her performance in Malmö.