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In Moldova, 20 songs are chosen to go to the national final. Out of 36, today the expert jury chose these finalists:

  • Geta Burlacu – “Răspunde”
  • Alexandru Cibotaru – “Cine te-a facut să plângi”
  • Maria Ciolac – “Our home”
  • Petronela Donciu & Andreea Portărescu – “We will be legend”
  • Natalia Gordienko – “Prison”
  • Julia Ilienko ft. Dar Mishel – “Tears”
  • Irina Kit – “Chain reaction”
  • Dima Jelezoglo – “Do it slow”
  • Lanjeron – “Hi five”
  • Sasha Letty – “Summer of love”
  • Live Beat – “Love me now”
  • Denis Midone – “Like a champion”
  • Viorela Moraru – “Remedy”
  • Pasha Parfeni – “My wine”
  • Valeria Paşa – “It’s time”
  • Dianna Rotaru – “Dale dale”
  • Lavinia Rusu – “Touch”
  • Katarina S. – “Die for you”
  • ValentinUzun & Irina Kovalsky – “Moldoviţa”
  • Maxim Zavidia  – “Take control”

On 29 february, the final with these songs will take place.

 

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