It seems that Moldova is setting the bar very high for Eurovision 2021, since after the post by Philipp Kirkorov, about which you read in our previous article, it was the turn of the Natalia Gordienko to express her feelings.
Natalia Gordienko in her first post after her official announcement on the country’s public television, expresses her excitement that she represents Moldova with this team. But the most interesting thing is that as he characteristically states, this is the winning song of Eurovision 2021!
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It’s an honor and a privilege to represent Moldova at Eurovision 2021 in Rotterdam! I am looking forward to collaborating with this incredible dream team! We already started working on creating the winning song of the most prestigious song contest in the world!
As you first read at EurovisionFun, the new song will have nothing to do with Prison, last year’s participation of Natalia Gordienko. The song will be dance… a lot of dance! Its sound and not its melody, we can say that it will be reminiscent of Maruv’s song, with which she would represent Ukraine at Eurovision 2019, the Siren Song. It’s a piece about sex and youth. Natalia is expected to set fire with her sexy presentation.
The participation of Natalia Gordienko is signed by Dream Team. The song has been composed jointly by Dimitris Kontopoulos and Philipp Kirkorov, while the director will be Fokas Evangelinos.
The song was recorded in Moscow, as due to travel restrictions Natalia Gordienko could not come to Athens. Vocal coach this time as well as in the case of Uku Suviste was Victoria Halkiti, while the present was given by Philipp Kirkorov, but also the project manager of the project, Elias Kokotos. The recording was made in Vi Studio.
Natalia is currently in Kiev, Ukraine for the shooting of the video clip of the song that will compete in Eurovision 2021. The song along with the clip is expected to be presented by March 8.
Natalia Gordienko has a different strategy for Eurovision 2021. Until then, let us remember Prison, with which he would represent the country of Moldova in last year’s entry:
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