Romania did not qualify for the finals of Eurovision 2023. Theodore Andre lost in the second semi-final of the music competition Thursday evening in Liverpool, Great Britain with the song “DGD (Off and On)”.
Theodore Andre on stage at Eurovision 2023Photo: Andy Van Bipp / Zuma Press / Profimedia
The ten countries that have qualified for the Eurovision 2023 final are:
Our country competed with 15 other countries for the final in Liverpool. The top ten finalists, including Moldova, were decided in the first semi-final two days ago.
Theodore Andre took third place with his performance of “TGD (Off and On)” which was well received by the audience. The second semi-final of Eurovision 2023 was broadcast live on TVR 1 on Thursday evening.
According to BBC predictions, Romania has little chance of qualifying for the Eurovision 2023 final beyond Semi-Final 2.
“Conceptually, the song describes a toxic relationship and the struggle to choose between passion and self-preservation. Andrei, who is only 18 years old, lives in psychosis, sometimes sad, sometimes sad, sad and angry. But, “I’m begging you, take off your clothes and trample me. “When he sings lines like, it’s really annoying. Prediction: Eliminated in semi-final two,” was the BBC’s verdict.
Romania’s best performances at Eurovision: Twice third place (Luminina Angel & System – Kyiv, 2005; Paula Seling and Ovi – Oslo, 2010) and once fourth place (Mihai Tristariu – Athens, 2006) .
Top 10 Eurovision 2023 finalists who qualified after the first semi-final?
Representatives from Croatia, Republic of Moldova, Switzerland, Finland, Czech Republic, Israel, Portugal, Sweden, Serbia and Norway qualified for the Eurovision 2023 final after the first semi-final on 9 May.
2 Eurovision 2023 semi-finalist – Romania on third stage
Romania entered the Eurovision 2023 semi-finals for the third time.
1. Denmark – Reilly – “Breaking My Heart”
2. Armenia: Beauty – “Future Lover”
3. Romania: Theodor Andre – “TGD (Off and On)”
4. Estonia: Alika – “Bridges”
5. Belgium: Gustaf – “By You”
6. Cyprus: Andrew Lambrew – “Break a Broken Heart”
7. Iceland: Dilja – “Power”
8. Greece: Victor Vernikos – “What They Say”
9. Poland: Blanca – “Solo”
10. Slovenia: Joker Out – “Carpe Diem”
11. Georgia: Two – “Echo”
12. San Marino: Piquet Jacques – “Like An Animal”
13. Austria: Thea & Salena – “Who the Hell Is Edgar?”
14. Albania: Albina & Familja Kelmendi – “Duje”
15. Lithuania: Monika Linkytė – “Stay”
16. Australia: Voyager – “The Promise”
Romania’s best Eurovision performances so far
The 2023 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) will be held in Liverpool, Great Britain, which is organizing the competition on behalf of Ukraine due to the war that broke out on the territory of this country.
The semi-finals and finals of Eurovision 2023 will be held at the M&S Bank Arena under the slogan “United by Music”, and will be broadcast live on TVR 1, TVR International from 22.00 on May 9, 11 and 13. and TVR+.
The Eurovision Song Contest is the most important international music competition organized by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) – the largest association of public broadcasters in Europe.
The Eurovision Song Contest has been held every year since 1956. The show is one of the longest-running and most-watched television shows in the world, airing in Europe as well as Australia, Asia and the United States.
Romanian Television is the organizer of the national contest and has participated in Eurovision since 1993.
Romania’s best performances in this competition: third place twice (Luminiţa Anghel & Sistem – Kiev, 2005; Paula Seling and Ovi – Oslo, 2010) and fourth place once (Mihai Trăistariu – Athens, 2006).
Eurovision 2023 is the 67th edition of the music contest. The semi-finals and the final of the Eurovision Song Contest, where Romania is represented by Theodor Andre, are broadcast by TVR.
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