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🇲🇩 Natalia Gordienko’s Eurovision 2021 entry “Sugar” released

Sugar, spice and everything nice!

Natalia Gordienko has revealed her Eurovision 2021 entry “Sugar”, live from the Moscow’s Crave Theatre. She will represent Moldova at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam.

Listen to Natalia Gordienko’s “Sugar”

Natalia Gordienko premiered the song live from the Moscow’s Crave Theatre. She is also set to perform at the Russian national selection on March 8th.

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 finished on the 20th place, after being pre-qualified to the final. Last year, Natalia won Moldova’s 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, the Moldovan broadcaster TRM decided to select her internally for the 2021 contest. The broadcaster stated that due the COVID-19 pandemic, they will not hold a national selection but have decided to send Natalia Gordienko to Eurovision Song Contest 2021.

Moldova will compete in the second semifinal of the Eurovision Song Contest on May 20th. Natalia Gordienko is set to perform her song on the first half of the show.

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