Own Eurovision Song Contest 18
Country Romania Romania
National selection
Selection process Internal Selection
Selection date(s) 27 March 2013
Selected entrant Elena feat. Glance
Selected song "Ecou"
Finals performance
Final result 9th, 140 points
Romania in Own Eurovision Song Contest

Romania will participate and host the Own Eurovision Song Contest 18 in Bucharest after winning the Own Eurovision Song Contest 17 with the song "Sweet love" performed by Liviu Hodor and Mona. The Romanian entry was selected through an internal selection. Elena Gheorghe and Glance will represent Romania with the song "Ecou".

Internal SelectionEdit

On 27 March 2013, it was announced that Elena and Glance will represent Romania in the 18th edition of Own Eurovision Song Contest in Bucharest, Romania with the song "Ecou".

At Own Eurovision Song ContestEdit


The winners

Romania, as last edition's winner, will host: therefore automatically qualifies to the final, held in April, 2013.

Romania was draw to perform number 17 in the Grand Final. At the end of the voting, Romania placed ninth receiving 140 points.

Points awarded to Romania (Grand Final)
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 points

Points awarded by RomaniaEdit

Semi-final 1Edit

12 pointsFrance France
10 pointsPoland Poland
8 pointsIreland Ireland
7 pointsCyprus Cyprus
6 pointsEngland England
5 pointsDenmark Denmark
4 pointsAlgeria Algeria
3 pointsHungary Hungary
2 pointsLatvia Latvia
1 pointFinland Finland

Semi-Final 2Edit

12 pointsMoldova Moldova
10 pointsGreenland Greenland
8 pointsGreece Greece
7 pointsEstonia Estonia
6 pointsAndorra Andorra
5 pointsSweden Sweden
4 pointsTurkey Turkey
3 pointsUzbekistan Uzbekistan
2 pointsKazakhstan Kazakhstan
1 pointGermany Germany

Semi-final 3Edit

12 pointsCzech Republic Czech Republic
10 pointsEgypt Egypt
8 pointsRussia Russia
7 pointsGeorgia Georgia
6 pointsLuxembourg Luxembourg
5 pointsNetherlands Netherlands
4 pointsMalta Malta
3 pointsJordan Jordan
2 pointsSlovenia Slovenia
1 pointArmenia Armenia

Grand FinalEdit

12 pointsGreenland Greenland
10 pointsMoldova Moldova
8 pointsFrance France
7 pointsCzech Republic Czech Republic
6 pointsIreland Ireland
5 pointsDenmark Denmark
4 pointsGreece Greece
3 pointsCyprus Cyprus
2 pointsHungary Hungary
1 pointFinland Finland

See alsoEdit