Last fall there were fears Romania wouldn’t compete at Eurovision 2012. But the perreniel Eurovision contender is back—and its national selection includes some pretty fierce acts. RTV, Romania’s state broadcaster, has now released videos of all 15 entries, which you can watch below. After you do, be sure to vote in our poll ahead of […]
The European Broadcasting Union today announced that 43 countries will be flying their flags at Eurovision 2012 in Baku.
British expatriate David Bryan has made a home for himself in Romania. So much so that Romanian voters chose to send him and his band Hotel FM to Eurovision 2011. David recently spoke with Wiwi about how he ended up in Romania, his love of music and his plans to have plenty of girls […]
When he isn’t slapping his assistants and dragging them across the floor by their hair, Russian Eurovision diva Filip Kirkorov enjoys recording covers of Eurovision songs. So the slap-happy star recently teamed up with Russian songstress Kamalyia to record a cover of “Playing with Fire,” the 2010 Eurovision entry from Romania (which placed third). Two […]
Ianna and Anthony Icuagu placed second at the Romanian national final with their song “Open Your Eyes.” Given that they earned the maximum 12 points from televoters, they know they’ve got on-screen appeal. So now the duo is attempting to enter the national selection contest in neighboring Moldova. They’ve entered a song written by Anthony […]
On New Year’s Eve Hotel FM won the right to represent Romania at Eurovision 2011. But the group–which consists of David Bryan (singer), Gabriel Baruta (piano), and Alex Szus (drums)–have more songs in them than their Eurovision entry “Change.” You can check out some of their other work below.
Romania has revealed the 13 contestants who will compete at the national selection contest New Year’s Eve. Below you can listen to each of this year’s competitors. But before you do, review Paula Seling and Ovi‘s stellar performance from Oslo last year. They placed third.
She placed third at Eurovision 2010, and she won first place in Wiwi’s search for Eurovision’s Next Top Model. Now Romania’s Paula Seling has her eyes locked on winning ‘Dansez Pentru Tine,’ Romania’s version of ‘Dancing with the Stars.’