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Romania in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019

Eurovision Song Contest 2019
Country Romania
National selection
Selection processSelec?ia Na?ional? 2019
Selection date(s)Semi-finals:
27 January 2019
10 February 2019
Final:
17 February 2019
Selected entrantEster Peony
Selected song"On a Sunday"
Selected songwriter(s)Ester Alexandra Cre?u
Alexandru ?erbu
Ioana Victoria Badea
Finals performance
Semi-final resultFailed to qualify (13th, 71 points)
2019

Romania participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with the entry "On a Sunday" performed by Ester Peony who wrote the song together with Alexandru ?erbu and Ioana Victoria Badea.[1] The song was selected through a national final organized by the Romanian broadcaster Televiziunea Român? (TVR).

Background

Prior to the 2019 contest, Romania had participated in the Eurovision Song Contest nineteen times since its first entry in 1994.[2] Its highest placing in the contest, to this point, has been third place, which the nation achieved on two occasions: in 2005 with the song "Let Me Try" performed by Lumini?a Anghel and Sistem and in 2010 with the song "Playing with Fire" performed by Paula Seling and Ovi. In 2018, Romania failed to qualify to the final, placing 11th in the second semi-final with the song "Goodbye" performed by The Humans. This marked the first time that Romania failed to qualify to the final of the Eurovision Song Contest since the introduction of semi-finals in 2004.[3]

Before Eurovision

Selec?ia Na?ional? 2019

Selec?ia Na?ional? 2019 was the national final organised by TVR and its regional studios in order to select Romania's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. As a consent from a conference regarding 2018's "failure", changes were implemented for Romania's next Eurovision participation.[4] The competition consisted of three shows: two semi-finals and a final featuring twelve songs to be held on 27 January, 10 February and 17 February 2019, respectively. Under the slogan Împline?te visul! (Fulfill the dream!) and sponsored by Ford, the competition took place in different cities across Romania.[5][6] All shows were hosted by Ilinca Avram and Aurelian Temi?an. All shows were televised on TVR1, TVR HD, TVRi and in Moldova via the channel TVR Moldova as well as online via the broadcaster's streaming service TVR+ and YouTube.

Competing entries

TVR opened a submission period for artists and composers to submit their entries between 9 November 2018 and 10 December 2018. The broadcaster received 126 submissions after the submission deadline passed.[5][7] An expert committee reviewed the received submissions. Each juror on the committee rated each song between 1 (lowest) and 10 (highest) based on criteria such as the melodic harmony and structure of the song, the orchestral arrangement, originality and stylistic diversity of the composition and sound and voice quality.[8] After the combination of the jury votes, the top twenty-four entries that scored the highest were selected for the national final. The competing entries were announced on 20 December 2018. Among the competing artists were Dan Bittman, who previously represented Romania in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994, as well as Mihai, who previously represented Romania in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2006.

The members of the expert committee that selected the twenty-four entries were:[5]

  • George Balint - Realitatea Muzical? music journalist
  • Felix Crainicu - Radio România Actualiti host
  • Horea Ghibu?iu - unsitedemuzica.ro music journalist
  • Bogdan Miu - DigiFM music journalist and host
  • Bogdan Pavlic? - Radio România Actualiti host
  • R?zvan Popescu - Radio ZU host
  • Andreea Reme?an - Virgin Radio Romania host
  • Gabriel Scîrlet - TVR musical director
  • Oliver Simionescu - Kiss FM disc jockey
  • Liana Stanciu - TVR music journalist
  • Drago? Vulgaris - Pro FM and Chill FM music journalist

On 2 January 2019, Dan Bittman and his song "Pierd" was withdrawn from the competition due to conflicting schedules and replaced with the songs "Army of Love" performed by Bella Santiago and "Renegades" performed by Linda Teodosiu as wildcards after TVR opened an additional submission period between 8 and 10 January 2019, during which the broadcaster received 9 submissions.[9][10][11] On 12 January 2019, Mihai and his song "Baya" was withdrawn from the competition due to the unclear organization of the competition as well as allegedly "favoured" contestants.[12] On 8 February 2019, Xandra and her song "Independent" was withdrawn from the competition.[13]

Artist Song Music (m) / Lyrics (l)
2 Gents "Ielele"[a] Alexandru Antonescu (m/l), C?t?lin Tamazlicaru (m), Ciprian Rogojan (m), Doru Todoru? (m)[14]
Aldo Blaga "Your Journey" Aldo Blaga (m/l), Olivier Bassil (m/l), Nicoleta Roman (l)[15]
Bella Santiago "Army of Love" Resciebelle Barrios Santiago (m/l), Alexandru Luft (m/l)[16]
Berniceya "The Call: Dynasty of Love" Florin Chitiul (m/l)[17]
Claudiu Mirea "We Are the Ones" Mihai Oganu (m), Claudiu Mirea (m/l)[18]
Dan Bittman "Pierd"
Dya & Lucian Colareza "Without You (Sin ti)" Sergi Gascon (m/l), Daniel Andres Giraldo Mazo (l)[19]
Echoes "High Heels On" Liviu Elekes (m), Claudiu D?n?il? (m/l), Pavel Petricenco (l)[20]
Ester Peony "On a Sunday" Ester Alexandra Cre?u (m), Alexandru ?erbu (m), Ioana Victoria Badea (l)[21]
The Four "Song of My Heart" C?t?lin Dasc?lu (m/l), Theea Miculescu (m/l)[22]
Georgy "Tears" Valentin Muntean (m), Claire Avakian (l)[23]
Johnny B?dulescu "Give Up Now" Rob Price (m/l)[24]
Laura Bretan "Dear Father" Mihai Alexandru (m), Alexandra Niculae (l)[25]
Leti?ia Moisescu & Sensibil Balkan "Daina" Mihai Oganu (m), Marian Enache (m), Roni-Cristiana Cazacu (l)[26]
Linda Teodosiu [de] "Renegades" Jonas Thander (m), Rachel Suter (l), Frank Giustra (l)[27]
Mihai "Baya" Mihai Tr?istariu (m/l), Michael James Down (m/l), Will Taylor (m/l)[28]
Nicola "Weight of the World" Michael James Down (m/l), Will Taylor (m/l), Jonas Gladnikoff (m/l)[29]
Olivier Kaye "Right Now" Ovidiu Jacobsen (m/l), Shani Kfir (m/l), Rasmus Bosse (m)[30]
Ommieh & Anakrisez "Rock This Way" Eduard Cârcot? (m), Alexandru Bugan (l)[31]
Steam "The Way It Goes" Sorin Cotorceanu (m/l), Mihai Iulian Rapeanu (m)[32]
Teodora Dinu "Skyscraper" Udo Mechels (m/l), Laila Samuelsen (m/l), Jonas Brøgger Filtenborg (m/l)[33]
Trooper "Destin" Aurelian Dinc? (m/l)[34]
TMW "Make Me Your Man" Adi Campurean (m/l), Adrian-Radu Rusu (m), Eduard Cârcot? (m)[35]
Vaida "Underground" Hanif Sabzevari (m/l), Michael James Down (m/l), Will Taylor (m/l), Tonje Gjevjon (m/l)[36]
Xandra "Independent" Alex Luft (m/l), Eduard Santha (m/l), Denisa Demian (m/l), Alexandra ?ipo? (m/l)[37]
Xonia "Discrete" Leticia Ascencio (m/l), John Scott Mulchaey (m/l), Edliberto Mendez (m/l), Bexx (m/l)[38]

Semi-final 1

The first semi-final took place on 27 January 2019 at the Sala Polivalent? in Ia?i. Eleven songs competed and six qualified to the final.[39] A jury panel first selected five songs to advance: "We Are the Ones" performed by Claudiu Mirea, "Army of Love" performed by Bella Santiago, "Destin" performed by Trooper, "Without You (Sin ti)" performed by Dya and Lucian Colareza and "Skyscraper" performed by Teodora Dinu. The members of the jury panel that voted during the first semi-final were: Adi Cristescu (singer, composer), Mihai Georgescu (singer-songwriter), Crina Mardare (vocal coach), Andy Platon (composer, producer, DJ) and Mugurel Vrabete (musician).[40] The remaining six entries then faced a public televote which determined an additional qualifier: "Underground" performed by Vaida.[41][42]

  Jury qualifier   Public vote qualifier

Semi-final 1 - 27 January 2019
Draw Artist Song Jury Televote Result
Votes Place Votes Place
1 Trooper "Destin" 36 3[b] -- -- Advanced
2 Berniceya "The Call: Dynasty of Love" 8 9 104 6 Eliminated
3 Ommieh & Anakrisez "Rock This Way" 23 8 262 4 Eliminated
4 Teodora Dinu "Skyscraper" 27 5 -- -- Advanced
5 Dya & Lucian Colareza "Without You (Sin ti)" 37 4[b] -- -- Advanced
6 Nicola "Weight of the World" 27 6 255 5 Eliminated
7 Steam "The Way It Goes" 6 10 394 3 Eliminated
8 Vaida "Underground" 26 7 1,825 1 Advanced
9 Claudiu Mirea "We Are the Ones" 48 1 -- -- Advanced
10 The Four "Song of My Heart" 5 11 661 2 Eliminated
11 Bella Santiago "Army of Love" 47 2 -- -- Advanced

Semi-final 2

The second semi-final took place on 10 February 2019 at the Sala Sporturilor "Victoria" in Arad. Twelve songs competed and six qualified to the final.[43] A jury panel first selected five songs to advance: "Dear Father" performed by Laura Bretan, "Renegades" performed by Linda Teodosiu, "On a Sunday" performed by Ester Peony, "Daina" performed by Leti?ia Moisescu and Sensibil Balkan and "Right Now" performed by Olivier Kaye. The members of the jury panel that voted during the second semi-final were: Adi Cristescu (singer, composer), Mihai Georgescu (singer-songwriter), Crina Mardare (vocal coach), Andy Platon (composer, producer, DJ) and Mugurel Vrabete (musician).[40] The remaining seven entries then faced a public televote which determined an additional qualifier: "Your Journey" performed by Aldo Blaga.[41][42]

  Jury qualifier   Public vote qualifier

Semi-final 2 - 10 February 2019
Draw Artist Song Jury Televote Result
Votes Place Votes Place
1 2 Gents "Ielele" 18 7 295 2 Eliminated
2 Georgy "Tears" 5 10 191 4 Eliminated
3 Olivier Kaye "Right Now" 30 5 -- -- Advanced
4 Xonia "Discrete" 14 9 154 5 Eliminated
5 TMW "Make Me Your Man" 1 12 254 3 Eliminated
6 Johnny B?dulescu "Give Up Now" 16 8 142 6 Eliminated
7 Echoes "High Heels On" 3 11 141 7 Eliminated
8 Aldo Blaga "Your Journey" 19 6 539 1 Advanced
9 Leti?ia Moisescu & Sensibil Balkan "Daina" 37 4 -- -- Advanced
10 Laura Bretan "Dear Father" 54 1 -- -- Advanced
11 Ester Peony "On a Sunday" 41 3 -- -- Advanced
12 Linda Teodosiu "Renegades" 52 2 -- -- Advanced

Final

The final took place on 17 February 2019 at the Sala Polivalent? in Bucharest.[44] Twelve songs competed and the winner, "On a Sunday" performed by Ester Peony, was determined by the combination of the votes from a six-member international jury panel (6/7) and public televoting (1/7).[45] Each member of the jury voted by assigning scores from 1-8, 10 and 12 points to their preferred songs. The members of the jury were William Lee Adams (American journalist, Wiwibloggs editor), Deban Aderemi (British composer, vlogger, Wiwibloggs editor), Alex Calancea (Moldovan artist, producer, composer), ?erban Cazan (Romanian producer for HaHaHa Production), Tali Eshkoli (Israeli entrepreneur, show producer, content editor) and Emmelie de Forest (Danish singer, Eurovision Song Contest 2013 winner).[46] The public had the opportunity to submit their vote during a 30-minute voting window where only one vote could be cast per phone number. The top ten songs as ranked by the televote received 1-8, 10 and 12 points.[41] In addition to the performances of the competing entries, the interval acts featured performances by Emmelie de Forest performing the songs "Sanctuary" and "Only Teardrops", Eurovision Song Contest 2018 winner Netta Barzilai performing the songs "Toy" and "Bassa Sababa", as well as Golden Stag Festival 2018 winner Inis Neziri performing the songs "Piedestal" and "Man's World".[6]

Final - 17 February 2019
Draw Artist Song Jury Televote Total Place
Votes Points
1 Linda Teodosiu "Renegades" 36 771 6 42 4
2 Olivier Kaye "Right Now" 26 151 1 27 8
3 Laura Bretan "Dear Father" 48 4,685 12 60 2
4 Teodora Dinu "Skyscraper" 7 139 0 7 12
5 Claudiu Mirea "We Are the Ones" 19 134 0 19 9
6 Aldo Blaga "Your Journey" 10 455 4 14 10
7 Ester Peony "On a Sunday" 62 356 3 65 1
8 Leti?ia Moisescu & Sensibil Balkan "Daina" 35 572 5 40 5
9 Bella Santiago "Army of Love" 50 1,161 8 58 3
10 Trooper "Destin" 19 1,425 10 29 7
11 Dya & Lucian Colareza "Without You (Sin ti)" 8 332 2 10 11
12 Vaida "Underground" 28 988 7 35 6

At Eurovision

According to Eurovision rules, all nations with the exceptions of the host country and the "Big 5" (France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom) are required to qualify from one of two semi-finals in order to compete for the final; the top ten countries from each semi-final progress to the final. The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) split up the competing countries into six different pots based on voting patterns from previous contests, with countries with favourable voting histories put into the same pot. On 28 January 2019, a special allocation draw was held which placed each country into one of the two semi-finals, as well as which half of the show they would perform in. Romania was placed into the second semi-final, to be held on 16 May 2019, and was scheduled to perform in the first half of the show.[47]

Once all the competing songs for the 2019 contest had been released, the running order for the semi-finals was decided by the shows' producers rather than through another draw, so that similar songs were not placed next to each other. Romania was set to perform in position 6, following the entry from Latvia and preceding the entry from Denmark.[48]

Semi-final

Romania performed sixth in the second semi-final, following the entry from Latvia and preceding the entry from Denmark. At the end of the show, Romania was not announced among the top 10 entries in the second semi-final and therefore failed to qualify to compete in the final. It was later revealed that Romania placed thirteenth in the semi-final, receiving a total of 71 points: 24 points from the televoting and 47 points from the juries.

Voting

Voting during the three shows involved each country awarding two sets of points from 1-8, 10 and 12: one from their professional jury and the other from televoting. Each nation's jury consisted of five music industry professionals who are citizens of the country they represent, with their names published before the contest to ensure transparency. This jury judged each entry based on: vocal capacity; the stage performance; the song's composition and originality; and the overall impression by the act. In addition, no member of a national jury was permitted to be related in any way to any of the competing acts in such a way that they cannot vote impartially and independently. The individual rankings of each jury member as well as the nation's televoting results were released shortly after the grand final.[49]

Points awarded to Romania

Points awarded to Romania (Semi-final 2)
Televote
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point
Jury
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point

Points awarded by Romania

Split voting results

The following five members comprised the Romanian jury:[49]

  • Liana Stanciu - Chairperson - presenter
  • Ozana Barabancea - artist, singer
  • Monica Anghel - artist, singer, represented Romania in the 2002 contest
  • Andrei Kerestely - producer, somposer
  • Bogdan Pavlic? - music journalist
Split voting results from Romania (Semi-final 2)
Draw Country Jury Televote
O. Barabancea L. Stanciu M. Anghel A. Kerestely B. Pavlic? Average Rank Points Rank Points
01  Armenia 17 8 11 9 12 13 14
02  Ireland 16 12 9 17 15 16 16
03  Moldova 2 1 2 5 6 1 12 1 12
04   Switzerland 15 5 12 7 7 8 3 4 7
05  Latvia 14 14 13 15 9 15 15
06  Romania
07  Denmark 13 16 14 16 16 17 13
08  Sweden 12 6 15 13 3 7 4 10 1
09  Austria 3 15 16 8 13 10 1 17
10  Croatia 11 9 8 14 11 12 11
11  Malta 10 7 10 4 5 6 5 9 2
12  Lithuania 9 13 7 10 10 11 12
13  Russia 4 3 3 12 4 5 6 3 8
14  Albania 5 11 6 11 14 9 2 8 3
15  Norway 8 17 17 6 17 14 6 5
16  Netherlands 7 2 5 2 2 3 8 5 6
17  North Macedonia 1 10 1 1 8 2 10 7 4
18  Azerbaijan 6 4 4 3 1 4 7 2 10
Split voting results from Romania (final)
Draw Country Jury Televote
O. Barabancea L. Stanciu M. Anghel A. Kerestely B. Pavlic? Average Rank Points Rank Points
01  Malta 12 10 10 11 9 11 22
02  Albania 4 8 8 16 10 9 2 21
03  Czech Republic 2 7 7 7 2 3 8 20
04  Germany 22 18 11 20 20 20 23
05  Russia 13 4 2 9 5 5 6 4 7
06  Denmark 14 17 12 21 17 17 13
07  San Marino 23 25 25 26 25 26 26
08  North Macedonia 6 21 1 1 16 4 7 17
09  Sweden 16 6 13 6 6 10 1 14
10  Slovenia 9 26 16 23 22 18 19
11  Cyprus 10 9 17 19 8 13 18
12  Netherlands 11 3 18 5 4 6 5 1 12
13  Greece 24 11 19 17 24 21 15
14  Israel 7 13 9 12 26 12 8 3
15  Norway 17 16 20 4 19 14 7 4
16  United Kingdom 20 23 21 18 21 25 25
17  Iceland 25 24 26 25 14 24 6 5
18  Estonia 15 20 14 14 18 19 16
19  Belarus 18 19 15 22 15 22 24
20  Azerbaijan 3 1 6 3 1 2 10 5 6
21  France 26 22 24 13 7 15 10 1
22  Italy 19 12 22 15 11 16 3 8
23  Serbia 5 15 4 8 13 8 3 11
24   Switzerland 8 5 5 10 12 7 4 2 10
25  Australia 1 2 3 2 3 1 12 9 2
26  Spain 21 14 23 24 23 23 12

Notes

  1. ^ Ielele is the definite form of iele, which are mythical creatures in Romanian mythology akin to nymphs or fairies. The song is sung bilingually in English and Romanian.
  2. ^ a b It is unclear why Trooper was ranked above Dya and Lucian Colareza, despite getting one point less.

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