Cristina Scarlat, the 2014 Moldovan representative has released the official videoclip of her Eurovision entry Wild soul.
Cristina Scarlat was declared the winner of the 2014 Moldovan Eurovision national final last Saturday. She will represent Moldova at the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest with her entry Wild soul.
Moldova debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2005 and is yet to win the contest. The country’s best placing was a 6th place in 2005 when they debuted at the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev with Zdob Si Zdub‘s Bunika Bate Toba!
Aliona Moon represented Moldova at the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest with her entry O mie, achieving a 11th placing in the final. Moldova has not missed a single contest since their debut in 2005, having competed a total of 9 times in the event.
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