Tonight: Romanian Selecția Națională01 March 2014 at 15:15 CET
In mid-January this year, Romanian national broadaster (TVR) announced one TV show for the 1st of March, when all the artists and songs will be presented to the audience across the country. Between 15th of January and 14th of February, TVR received a lot of applications and potential entries.
The expert jury had a hard task in order to select 12 finalists and competing songs for the final scheduled for tonight. In the meantime, the running order is also being confirmed.
These are the twelve participants in their order of appearance during tonight’s show.
- Paula Seling & Ovi Miracle
- Bere Gratis Despre mine şi ea
- The dAdA Unpredictable
- The Zuralia Orchestra You Know
- Vizi Imre Kind of Girl
- Anca Florescu Hearts Collide
- Silvia Dumitrescu Fiorul iubirii
- Renée Santana feat. Mike Diamondz Letting Go
- Ştefan Stan feat. TeddyK Breathe
- Naomy Daca tu iubeşti
- Mirela Vaida Boureanu One More Time
- Marcel Şăl Crăciunescu Hardjock
About the show
Those who are following Europe’s Favourite TV Show in details, but the Romanian national selections too, have certainly noticed that Paula and Ovi are among the finalists again. If they win, they would be the first Romanian artists participating at Eurovision Song Contest twice.
There are also two composers well known to Eurovision fans, who took part in this year's Selecția Națională. Gabriel Baruta who used to be a member of the band Hotel FM is now an author of the song written for Anca Florescu. Bogdan Tascau also know as Mister M from Todomondo, composed a song for Mirela Vaida Boureanu.
About the voting
According to TVR there won’t be any changes in the voting system in comparing with the previous national selections in Romania. In other words, the final decision about the representative and a song will be based on the outcome of televoting (50%) and the jury votes (50%).
Watch LIVE on Eurovision.tv!
Once again, tonight’s “Selecția Națională” starts at 19:30 and you can watch the show LIVE on Eurovision.tv.
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