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Selecţia Naţională
Genre Music competition
Format National selection
Created by CristDan223
Presented by
Judges European countries
Country of origin Flag of Romania Romania
Language(s) Romanian/English
No. of seasons 12
Production
Location(s) Bucharest, Romania
Running time 120 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel TVR
Original run August 22, 2012 – present
Selecţia Naţională (English: National Selection) is a music competition organised by the Romanian broadcasters TVR. Through the competition the country's representative for the Own Eurovision Song Contest is decided.

SeasonsEdit

First seasonEdit

The first national selection was used in order to select the Romanian representetive for the 9th edition of the Own Eurovision Song Contest. Inna presented the Final. 10 songs competed in the final, with Alexandra Stan's "Lemonade" winning it.

Second seasonEdit

The second national selection was created for the representetive of the Own Eurovision Song Contest 19 with Vunk and Antonia winning the selection. Thirty songs competed in the selection with Paula Seling and Ovidiu Cernăuțeanu being the presenters. "Pleacă" went on winning the 19th edition, receiving a total amount of 214 points.

Third seasonEdit

The third season was used for the fourth special edition. Two song competed and Mandinga with their song "Zaleilah" won the preselection. The show was presented by former contestant, Andra.

Fourth seasonEdit

The fourth season was used for the Own Eurovision Song Contest 21. Ten songs competed and Inna with her song "More than friends" won the preselection. The show was presented by former contestant, Corina. The song went on winning the 21st edition with a total amount of 263 points.

Fifth seasonEdit

The fifth season was presented by former winners, Antonia Iacobescu and Cornel Ilie. Thirty songs competed for a chance to represent the country, in the end Alexandra Stan with her song "Mr. Saxobeat" won the preselection.

Sixth seasonEdit

The sixth season was presented by former representetives, Andrei Leonte and Andreea Bălan. Thirty-two songs competed for a chance to represent the country. The Final was won by Grasu XXL and Ami with their song "Déjà vu".

Seventh seasonEdit

This season was presented by Andreea Bănică. Three songs competed and Andreea Bălan with Mike Diamondz won. They will present Romania with the song "Things u do 2 me".

Eighth seasonEdit

The eighth season will be presented by Cezar Ouatu and Ovidiu Cernăuțeanu. Thirty two songs competed for a ticket to represent Romania in the Own Eurovision Song Contest. The winners were Inna and J Balvin with their "Cola song".

Ninth seasonEdit

The ninth season will be presented by Lariss. Twelve songs will compete in order to represent Romania in Own Eurovision Song Contest 42.

Tenth seasonEdit

The tenth season will be presented by Claudia Pavel. Thirty-two songs will compete in order to represent Romania in Own Eurovision Song Contest 43.

Eleventh seasonEdit

The eleventh season was presented by Claudia Pavel. Twenth-eight songs will compete in order to represent Romania in Own Eurovision Song Contest 45.

Twelfth seasonEdit

The twelfth season was presented by Andreea Bălan and Florena. Forty-eight songs will compete in order to represent Romania in Own Eurovision Song Contest 46.

Winners of the Selecţia Naţională and final resultsEdit

S. Ed. Artist Song Final Points Semi Points
#01 #09 Alexandra Stan "Lemonade" 5 136
"Big 5" Member
#02 #19 Vunk feat. ANTONIA "Pleacă" 1 214 1 105
#03 #20 Mandinga "Zaleilah" 16 98
Host
#04 #21 INNA "More than friends" 1 263 1 132
#05 #25 Alexandra Stan "Mr. Saxobeat" 7 145 1 123
#06 #26 Grasu XXL feat. AMI "Déjà vu" 30 67 3 95
#07 #30 Andreea Bălan feat. Mike Diamondz "Things u do 2 me" Failed to qualify 14 47
#08 #32 INNA feat. J Balvin "Cola song" 11 110 2 104
#09 #42 Elena feat. Danny Mazo "Señor loco" 12 114 3 100
#10 #43 Alexandra Stan "I did it, mama!" Failed to qualify 11 64
#11 #45 INNA feat. Eric Turner "Bop Bop" 25 39
"Big 6" Member
#12 #46 G Girls "Call the Police" Failed to qualify 15 44

See alsoEdit

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