Romania in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest

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Romania
Romania
Member stationTVR
National selection events
Participation summary
Appearances7
First appearance2003
Last appearance2009
Best result4th: 2004
Worst resultLast: 2009
External links
Romania's page at Eurovision.tv
Song contest current event.png For the most recent participation see
Romania in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2009

Romania participated in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest from the first Contest in 2003 until 2009. Their best result came in their second participation, when Noni Răzvan Ene came fourth at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2004 with "Îți mulțumesc".

The Romanian broadcaster TVR hosted the 2006 Contest, where it was held at Sala Polivalentă in Bucharest on 2 December 2006.

In 2010, TVR withdrew from the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.[1]

Participation[edit]

Table key

 1st place   2nd place   3rd place   Last place 

Year Artist Song Language Place Points
2003 Bubu "Tobele sunt viața mea" Romanian 10 35
2004 Noni Răzvan Ene "Îți mulțumesc" Romanian 4 123
2005 Alina Eremia "Țurai" Romanian 5 89
2006 New Star Music "Povestea mea" Romanian 6 80
2007 4Kids "Sha-la-la" Romanian 10 54
2008 Mădălina Lefter & Andrada Popa "Salvați planeta!" Romanian 9 58
2009 Ioana Bianca Anuța (JO) "Ai puterea în mâna ta" Romanian 13 19
Did not participate from 2010 to present

Voting history[edit]

The tables below shows Romania's top-five voting history rankings up until their most recent participation in 2009:

Commentators and spokespersons[edit]

Year(s) Commentator Spokesperson
2003 Leonard Miron TBC
2004 Emy
2005 Beatrice Soare
2006 Andrea Nastase
2007 Iulia Ciobanu
2008 Ioana Isopecu and Alexandru Nagy
2009
20102018 No broadcast Did not participate

Hostings[edit]

Year Location Venue Presenters
2006 Bucharest Sala Polivalentă Andreea Marin Bănică & Ioana Ivan

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bakker, Sietse (2010-07-28). "Talents from 14 nations to gather at Junior Eurovision 2011". European Broadcasting Union. Archived from the original on 10 June 2011. Retrieved 28 July 2010. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help); Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |publisher= (help)

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