In an unexpected career move, Aliona Moon starred on tonight’s episode of “The Voice of Romania”, and not as a guest, but as a contestant in the blind auditions. The beautiful singer who represented Moldova at the Eurovision Song Contest with “O Mie” in 2013 chose to impress the coaches with the song “Halo” by Beyoncé.

You can also watch the performance here.

Aliona, who chose to audition under her real name, Aliona Munteanu, managed to turn the seats of two coaches, Smiley and Marius Moga, both popular Romanian singers/producers. She chose to go further with Smiley because, as she said, she loves to smile.

Aliona Moon is not the only Eurovision star who has gone on the Voice of Romania to kickstart her career. David Bryan, who represented Romania in 2011 together with the band Hotel FM, also auditioned on the second season of the show. Stefan Stan, the winner of the first season, competed against Paula Seling and Ovi on this year’s Selectia Nationala.

Aliona Moon represented Moldova at Eurovision in 2013 and finished 11th with the Romanian language ballad “O mie”:

Photo: ProTV

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Eric
Eric
6 years ago

I love her voice. Hopefully we will see more of her.

Huh
Huh
6 years ago

Albeit looking nervous, she’s sweet, simple and capable of singing in tune. She did very well in 2013 as she proved that she can make a fantastic performance in Malmo while singing in Romanian language. Romania and Moldova should treasure her and her vocal talent.

Alexandru
Alexandru
6 years ago

She was sooooo amazing … my favorite!

Elias Dth.
Elias Dth.
6 years ago

Amazing performance!!! Good Luck!

Elias ?.
Elias ?.
6 years ago

???????!! ???? ?? ?????? ??? ?? The Voice!!! ???? ????????! ???? ????????? ??????????!!

Alex
Alex
6 years ago

So what comes next? Does this mean she’ll still be on the show or what?

Charles
Charles
6 years ago

The only Moldovan/Romanian voice to actually sing in that language in a long time and actually delivering a decent ballad … despite a dress that imitated the same gimmick used by Azerbaijan used in 2012 .. but I’ll pretend I did not notice that just to avoid some fan’s anger management issue (for many the gimmick is far more relevant than the actual song …for reasons beyond anybody’s understanding.) Her being in Romanian’s The Voice makes sense to me … if we can have Irish participants on our own The Voice and … Quebequians can participate on the French edition… Read more »

Calvin
Calvin
6 years ago

She was my favorite in 2013; I’m glad that Romania is impressed with her.