Natalia Barbu, the beautiful singer from Moldova who placed 10th at Eurovision 2007, has a confession to make. More specifically, she has announced that she will contest the 2013 Romanian National Selection with the ballad “Confession.” She is the first artist in the race to represent Romania at Eurovision 2013.
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This morning the Wiwi Jury—our in-house panel of music un-professionals—caught a bus to Chisinau to review Denis Midone’s “Toate Vor Fi” (All Will Be). Did we walk away humming his ditty? Or were we trying to forget it on the bumpy road out of town? Read on to find out…
Read the lyrics and English and French translation of “Toate Vor Fi”—Denis Midone’s song for Junior Eurovision 2012. He’ll represent Moldova and state broadcaster TRM.
Um, if the kids at Junior Eurovision start calling each other names this year, I’m afraid young Denis Midone will be called David Bowie Miniature. Moldova’s JESC contestant wears a 1980s-inspired silver spangle number, and has a rattail that extends from his bangs. I don’t know who his stylist is, but this is crazy.
Moldova has announced the six finalists who will sing-it-out for a chance to represent the country at Junior Eurovision 2012. You can listen to the six aspiring pop stars performing their songs below. Then read Wiwi’s short reviews, and vote in our poll.
Lerika, who represented Moldova at Junior Eurovision last year, will compete in the contest for a second year in a row after winning Russia’s national selection last month. The 13-year old holds dual Moldovan-Russian citizenship, which makes her eligible to compete in both countries. Just in case there were any questions about her authenticity, she’ll […]
Meet Andrei, one of Wiwi’s new recruits in Romania. He’s using his skills to pay the bills, and brings us this dispatch on Pasha Parfeny’s recent homecoming in Moldova. Enjoy! On May 26, as presenters announced how the votes fell at Eurovision 2012, my heart nearly stopped. After the first countries announced their points—including Romania’s […]