Earlier this month, it was revealed that Natalia Gordienko will perform “Sugar” in Rotterdam. Last week, she revealed that the song will be released next Thursday (March 4) via a live stream presentation on her YouTube channel. Now, a snippet of the song is available ahead of the premiere.
Last week, Natalia announced via her Instagram that she will release her song on 4 March. The song will be revealed via a live stream from Moscow’s Crave Theatre, starting from 18:00 CET. The presentation will be streamed via her YouTube channel.
About Natalia Gordienko
Natalia Gordienko will represent Moldova at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 with the song “Sugar”. The team behind her song are the international team, often known as “the dream team”. They include Russian singer Philipp Kirkorov, Greek composer Dimitris Kontopoulos, creative director Ilias Kokotos and choreographer Fokas Evangelinos as well as lyricist Sharon Vaughn. Previously the team worked with Sergey Lazarev on his two Eurovision attempts and Moldova’s DoReDos, Ukraine’s Ani Lorak and plenty of others.
Natalia Gordienko represented Moldova back in 2006 with the song “Loca” alongside Arsenium and Connect-R. They placed 20th in the final.
Last year, Natalia won Moldova’s 2020 national selection with “Prison” and was set to represent the country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam. However, as the contest was cancelled, TRM opted to re-select her for the 2021 contest.
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