Andorra has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest six times, debuting in the 2004 contest and participating every year thereafter until the 2009 contest. As of 2022 the nation remains the only country to have never competed in a grand final, with their best result being a 12th-place finish in the 2007 semi-final and thus failing to qualify. Andorra withdrew from the contest following their 2009 appearance, with the national broadcaster Ràdio i Televisió d’Andorra (RTVA) citing financial difficulties preventing their continued participation, and the country has not entered the contest again since. Interest in the contest has however remained high in the principality, while recent statements from the Andorran government and broadcaster indicate a return could be favourable dependent on financial backing.
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Natalia Gordienko is a Moldovan singer and dancer. Alongside Arsenium and Connect-R, she represented Moldova in the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 with the song 'Loca' and placed 20th. She was selected to represent Moldova in 2020 with the song 'Prison'; however, the 2020 contest was cancelled due to COVID. Instead, she represented Moldova in 2021 with the song 'Sugar'.
|1||Walk On Water||Ira Losco||2016 Malta|
|2||Du Bist||Tie Break||2004 Austria|
|3||Salvem El Mon (Let’s Save The World)||Anonymous||2007 Andorra|
|4||Sense Tu||Jenny||2006 Andorra|
|6||Storm||SuRie||2018 United Kingdom|
|7||Guilty Pleasure||Mia Dimšic||2022 Croatia|
|8||Stuck On You||Mia Dimšic||2022 Non Contest|
|9||Croire||Lara Fabian||1988 Luxembourg|
|10||Sugar||Natalia Gordienko||2021 Moldova|
|11||In Too Deep||Tijana Bogicevic||2017 Serbia|