Last week, a demo version of Paula Seling and Ovi’s “Miracle” leaked on YouTube and was promptly deleted, but now the real deal has arrived. Today, Paula and Ovi have finally released the full and complete version of their song for Romania’s Selectia Nationala. And it sounds triumphant—for Romania, at least.
National broadcaster TVR has confirmed tonight that Romania will participate in Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen following a national selection (Selectia Nationala), dispelling rumors that it might withdraw or that the song could be selected internally.
A little over a week ago, Stefan Stan, winner of “The Voice – Romania” season I, announced that he would release his bid for Eurovision today. Then he changed his mind, quoting “the uncertain situation” of Romania’s Selectia Nationala, promptly sparking rumors of an internal selection.
After the recent debut of Ladies of Soul and the duet between Sirusho and Sakis, we at WiwiBloggs thought it’d be fun to throw out a few ideas for our dream collabs and supergroups at Eurovision:
Ovi and Paula Seling, who finished third representing Romania with “Playing With Fire” in 2010, are officially back in the Eurovision game. Last night, Ovi posted this teaser on YouTube, expressing his hope that his song is going to be the “Miracle” that would bring the Eurovision trophy to Romania, 20 years after its debut.
Paula Seling and Elena Gheorghe—Romanian beauties and previous winners of Eurovision’s Next Top Model—each released new singles this week.
Contradicting previous rumors, broadcaster TVR has officially confirmed today that Romania will be present in Copenhagen for the 59th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Romania, land of great dance music and beautiful women, is one of the most widely anticipated acts at Eurovision year after year. It seems like the Eastern European country never fails to leave a mark on the contest, although things got to a lackluster start in the first decade after the country joined the ESC […]