Moldova are talent

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Moldova are talent
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Presented by Adrian Ursu
Mircea Marco
Judges Nicu Țărnă
Tania Cerga
Mihai Muntean
Country of origin Moldova
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 12
Running time 180-240 minutes
Original network Prime TV
Picture format 576i (PAL),
1080i (HDTV)
Original release 2013:12:27, 17 October 2013 (2013-10-17T2013:12:27) – present
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Moldova are talent (in English: Moldova got Talent) is a TV show which first aired on 17 October 2013. The project is a franchise of Got Talent, developed by Simco Limited. The hosts of the show are Adrian Ursu and Mircea Marco. The judges are the Moldovan singer Tania Cerga, a Moldovan singer (vocalist of Gândul Mâței band), Prime TV star and presenter Nicu Țărnă and a well known Moldovan opera singer, Mihai Muntean. The grand prize of first serie is 500,000 MDL.


The auditions take place between May and June 2013, in front of the judges and a live audience at different cities across the Moldova: Nisporeni, Bălți, Constanța, Drochia, Soroca, Edineț, Orhei, Cahul, Comrat, Ungheni, Hâncești, Căușeni and Chișinău.[1] The main contest take place in Chișinău, capital of Moldova. At any time during the contest, the judges may show disapproval to the act by pressing a buzzer which lights a large red "X" on the stage, indicating that they particularly dislike the act and do not wish the performance to continue. If all the judges press their buzzers, the act must end immediately.

First episode was on 14 October 2013. Contest has 2 semi-finals, from each semi-final 7 participants qualifying for the final that took place on 27 December 2013. On third place was "Street Workout" group. On second place - dancers team "Maximum", and first place with a prize of 500,000 lei won Monica Pîrlici, a 10 years old girl ani recited an emotional poetry ”Nimic nu sunt” (English: I am nothing), written by Romanian bard Costache Ioanid.[2]

Season two[edit]

At the end of first season final, presenters Mircea Marco and Adrian Ursu announced that soon will begin the preparations for the second season of show.[3] Preselections took place in spring-summer of 2014, and auditions of the 2nd season began on 19 September 2014. In telecast of 28 November, auditions phase ended and took place jury deliberations in which was selected the 36 semi-finalists.[4] The three semifinals took place on 5, 12, and 19 December, and from each semifinal promoted in final 4 entrants. In the final, on 26 December 2014, on third place was folk music group „Nistrenii”, on second place speedcuber Roberto Lozovanu, and the winner became Ana Munteanu, a 13 years teen, who in the final sung Patricia's Kaas - „Il parle d'amour”, and in previous phases – two songs of Vladimir Vystsky.[5][6]

Partners and sponsors[edit]

General partner of contest is Moldovan telecommunication company Moldcell.

Series summary[edit]

Series Start Finish Winner Runner-up Third Place Host(s) Judges Sponsor
One 14 October 2013 27 December 2013 Monica Pîrlici group "Maximum" group "Street Workout" Adrian Ursu
Mircea Marco
Nicu Țărnă
Tania Cerga
Mihai Muntean
Two 19 September 2014 26 December 2014 Ana Munteanu Roberto Lozovanu group "Nistrenii"


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