Moldova’s Eurovision 2021 representative Natalia Gordienko has been working hard preparing for her participation in this year’s contest. Since she unveiled her entry “Sugar” for this year’s contest, she has promoted her entry in Russian television, and in Bulgarian television, when she recorded her live-on-tape performance. Ahead of her participation, Natalia has released the Russian version of Sugar titled “Туз буби”. To coincide with the release, she has released the music video for the Russian version of the song.
Listen to “Туз буби”
You are now able to listen to the Russian version of “Sugar” via the following streaming platforms:
Natalia Gordienko at the Eurovision Song Contest
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. Natalia will be performing 7th at the 2nd Semi-Final on May 20 for a spot in the Grand Final.
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