Romania: Could this be the 2014 Romanian entry?

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Romania: Could this be the 2014 Romanian entry?

The 2010 Romanian Eurovision representatives Ovi Jacobsen and Paula Seling are yet again bidding to represent Romania at the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest. The duo have released a teaser on youtube with a message and a snippet of their potential bidding entry Miracle.

WE ARE COMING -These are the words at the end of their 32 second teaser on YouTube.

Ovi Jacobsen posted the simple video clip of the song entitled Miracle.

Many viewer’s comments have followed but nothing further has been forthcoming from either half of the duo who represented Romania at the Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo with their song Playing with Fire.

Romanian singer-songwriter Paula Seling and Romanian-born Norwegian singer-songwriter Ovidiu Cernăuţeanu, better known as Ovi Jacobsen, received 162 points, finishing 3rd out of that year’s 25 competing countries in the Final. They equalled Romania‘s best ever result in 2005 when Luminita Anghel and Sistem performed Let me Try.

Here is Paula and Ovi‘s 2010 performance.

Could we have just heard their song for this year’s Romanian selection? Only time will tell. TVR is yet to announce the method it will use to select their 2014 Eurovision entry. We do not know if they will opt for an internal selection or for a national selection as has been the case in previous years.

Stay tuned to for more news on Romania and the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest.

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Robin Scott
Robin Scott

I attended my first Eurovision Song Contest in 1995, and from 1996 presented daily live reports for radio stations from the event. Since then I have been providing material from everywhere the contest has been held. I also enjoy compiling most of the video materials for three UK ESC events each year. In 2010 I first provided material for

  • Diamantis Kefalas

    Come on Romania! I loved this duo in 2010! But this year several good artists are bidding to represent, like Eurovision 2005 winner Elena Paparizou wants to represent her birth country Sweden. Anyway, Eurovision 2014 #JoinUs looks like it’s gonna be a great year!

  • Katia B

    sounds cheesy, predictable, and probably too rehearsed to be remotely credible. Artists that do well one year normally fail on their second try because they are old news. Waiting to listen to full song,but not too excited by this effort

  • David Popescu

    It’s not really a winner, I must say.
    Most likely, TVR might go the classic way with Selectia Nationala, and then the song would have to be selected first, to even compete to begin with.

  • Theresa Krajewski

    I hope so, they were great! Hopefully a win for Romania this time…