Eurovision Fun reports that the reveal concert of Moldova’s Eurovision 2021 entry will feature a number of large names from the Russian music industry.
Natalia Gordienko and the Dream Team are planning an extravagant reveal concert for March 4. As previously announced “Sugar”, the Moldovan entry for Eurovision 2021 will be revealed live from the live from the Crave Theatre in Moscow, Russia at 18:00 CET.
Eurovision Fun reports that the concert will feature a performance by Natalia of some of the Dream Team’s previous Eurovision entries:
- My Number One – Greece 2005
- Work Your Magic – Belarus 2007
- Shady Lady – Ukraine 2008
- Hold Me – Azerbaijan 2013
- You Are The Only One – Russia 2016
- My Lucky Day – Moldova 2018
Former Eurovision participants Sergey Lazarev, Ani Lorak and Polina Gagarina are reported to have been invited to attend the event in Moscow. The concert will be broadcast live on Natalia Gordienko’s YouTube channel.
Who Is Natalia Gordienko?
Natalia Gordienko was born on December 11 1987 in Chișinău and is of Ukrainian descent. As a child, she sang in her school choir, studied piano at music school and danced in her school’s dance group for ten years. At the age of 15, she began participating in singing competitions.
In 2005, Natalia became the lead singer of the band Millenium. Later that year, the band were invited to participate in the Golden Stag Festival in Romania. In 2006, she represented Moldova alongside Arsenium and Connect-R at the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 with the song “Loca”. They placed 20th in the final.
In 2007, Natalia won New Wave 2007 in Jūrmala, Latvia. In 2009, she took part in DJ Star, despite having no prior experience as a DJ. She has released two studio albums; “Time” (2010) and “Cununa de flori” (Flower wreath – 2011).
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Moldova debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2005 when the contest was held in Kyiv, Ukraine. That year, Bulgaria also debuted in the contest and Hungary returned after a long absence since 1998. Moldova’s best result in the contest to date was the 3rd place in 2017 for Sunstroke Project with “Hey Mamma!”, this was the second time the group had represented their country in Eurovision.