Christmas is over and we are getting ready to enter 2023, but not before we get one last present. Romanian broadcaster (TVR) has finally revealed the 12 songs that will compete in the national final, and now we just got to wait and see who will win and represent Romania, in Liverpool.
Selecția Națională 2023
Romania is one of the few countries that consistently stay with organizing a national final – even with a minor twist to it in 2020 – and 2023 will be no different. Earlier this month, it was revealed that 84 songs had been submitted and that 12 songs had made the cut. Snippets were scattered around the internet of a few of the songs here and there, but now they are officially released and can be heard on the official channel of the Romanian broadcaster.
As a reminder, these are the 12 acts that will participate in the national final, in even in the following running order:
- Deiona – “Call on me”
- Andrada Popa – “No time for me”
- Ocean Drive – “Take you home”
- AMIA – “Puppet”
- Andrei Duţu – “Statues”
- Theodor Andrei – “D.G.T. (Off and on)”
- Steven Roho x Gabriella x Formaţia Albatros – “Lele”
- Aledaida – “Bla Bla Bla”
- Adriana Moraru – “Faralaes”
- Maryliss – “Hai Vino”
- JaxMan (Erin Dăneţ) – “Bad&cool”
- Andreea D Folclor Orchestra – “Periniţa mea”
The running order was actually done a few days ago, where the participants would draw a number from a bowl ranging from 1-36. The number representing when each act would perform, with the lowest being the first to perform and the highest being last to perform. It has also been revealed that the song “Statues“, which was submitted without a performer, will be performed by Andrei Duţu.
The Romanian national final is set to be held on February 11th 2023. The winner will be fully decided by the public vote, the show will be held in a studio at TVR.
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Source(s): TVR.ro (In Romanian)