Moldova participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 in Helsinki, Finland. The Moldovan entry was selected through an internal selection, organised by the Moldovan broadcaster TeleRadio-Moldova (TRM). Natalia Barbu represented Moldova with the song "Fight", which qualified from the semi-final and placed 10th in the final, scoring 109 points.
Prior to the 2007 Contest, TRM considered withdrawing from the competition due to lack of funds for participation. However, prior to the contest application deadline on 15 November 2006, TRM submitted their intent to participate and in late November, the broadcaster began seeking applications from interested performers.
On 11 December 2006, TRM released a list of 34 valid entries from 35 that were submitted to the broadcaster. The song "Can You" by 3BUCKS was disqualified. On 13 December 2006, an internal selection jury selected three finalists from the 34 entries to advance to an internal final round. The jury originally intended to have 7-10 finalists, however, they deemed it unnecessary due to the large margin of votes between the selected three and the other entries. Due to the financial difficulties facing the broadcaster, the three finalists agreed to fund their own potential participation with TRM covering only the expense of the entrance fee. If the artist managed to reach the top 10 in the final of the 2007 Contest, TRM would also cover their expenses.
In an untelevised final on 14 December 2006, an eight-member jury selected Natalia Barbu with the song "Fight", written by Elena Buga and composed by Alexandru Braşoveanu, to represent Moldova. The jury awarded 8, 10 and 12 points to the three songs with "Fight" receiving the top score from seven out of eight jury members. The members of the jury were: Valentin Danga (composer), Ghenadie Ciobanu (composer), Oleg Baraliuc (composer), Inesa Stratulat (singer), Vlad Costandoi (Sens Music), Natalia Brasnuev (OGAE Moldova president), Rodica Cioranica (VIP Magazine), Diana Stratulat (NIT), and accompanied by the non-voting jury president Veronica Subotin (TRM).
Moldova competed in the semi-final of the 2007 Contest on 10 May 2007 performing 9th, following Switzerland and preceding the Netherlands. Moldova qualified to the final, placing 10th in the semi-final and scoring 91 points. In the final, Moldova performed 24th (last), following Armenia. Moldova placed 10th in the final, scoring 109 points.