A few hours ago TRM, the public television of Moldova, announced that the submission of entries for their national selection for Eurovision 2023 has begun.
It looks like Moldova is returning to the national final selection process, after two years of an internal selection and an audition selection process that resulted in the country qualifying to the Grand Final both times, as well as finishing 7th last year. The last time the country selected its entry through a national final was in 2020, when Natalia Gordienko won O Melodie pentru Europa with the song “Prison”.
According to the TRM announcement, Moldova’s selection for Eurovision 2023 will consist of three stages:
- Examination of submissions (January 25-28)
- The live auditions of the artists (January 28 – February 5)
- The final audition (February 25 – March 5)
Those interested can read the rules in detail and submit their entry HERE.
Last year, Moldova was represented by Zdob şi Zdub and the Advahov Brothers for the first time with the song “Trenuleţul” which finished in 7th place in the Grand Final while also managing to secure the 2nd place in the televote:
Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for all news regarding Moldova’s entry in Eurovision 2023!