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13 May 2019 / 13:35

See how Ana Odobescu presented herself at the opening ceremony of Eurovision Song Contest 2019

In Tel Aviv, at the National Theater of Israel, the official opening of the Eurovision 2019 competition took place on Sunday night. All 41 artists were present at the event.

Accompanied by the supporters' applause, one by one, the participants descended from luxury cars directly on the red carpet.

Among those who stepped on the red carpet, but also with confidence, is the representative of the Republic of Moldova, Anna Odobescu. She presented herself with the sand-artist, Kseniya Simonova, but also a translator, so that the participant from our country could speak to the people in her native language - the Romanian.

"I feel very happy, being here. It is my dream. The "Stay" song is a love story, about the struggle for love, for which we always have to go ahead," the Moldovan competitor said.

Moldova's representative Ana Odobescu will be the third in the second semifinal, which will take place on May 16th. It can be watched live on the public television station Moldova 1.

Also full of enthusiasm was the representative of Romania, Ester Peony, who competes with the song "On a Sunday".

"I woke up in the morning and I told myself, oh my God, it is Sunday and I will walk on the red carpet," said Ester Peony, the artist from Romania

It ranks 32nd out of 41 countries in terms of chances of winning Eurovision's grand trophy. According to the press, Ukraine will not participate in the Eurovision international competition because of scandals caused by political pressures on the finalists. For the second time in the history of the competition, the one who will try to bring Eurovision to Russia is the famous singer Serghei Lazarev.

The first Eurovision Song Contest semi final will take place on May 14, and the final will take place on May 18th. The concerts can be watched live on Moldova 1 public television station.

Bet companies have identified Eurovision favorites. According to fans' forecasts, the Dutch representative has the most chances of winning.

The 64th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Israel after Netta Barzilai has conquered the audience with the play "Toy." Last year, DoReDos, which represented Moldova at the Eurovision Song Contest, ranked 10th.

IPNA "Teleradio-Moldova" (TRM) is for the 15th consecutive year the national organizer of the Eurovision Song Contest.

All information about the Eurovision 2019 national selection can be found HERE.

The show will be broadcast live by Moldova 1, Radio Moldova and on-line by TRM.MD.

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