Russia finished 3rd at Eurovision 2007 with 207 points. It took place in Helsinki, Finland, following Lordi's win at the 2006 contest in Athens, Greece with the song "Hard Rock Hallelujah". It was the first time Finland had hosted the contest - 46 years after the country made its debut.  Although scheduled to be performed in the fifth position at Selecția Națională, "Make-It" by Giulia Nahmany was disqualified due to accusations of plagiarising "Risin'" (2004) by Natalia. On 20 January 2007, C1R announced a submission period for interested artists and composers to submit their entries from until 1 March 2007. , In addition, it was discovered that "Well-o-wee" by Rednex and Ro-Mania was a modified version of "Călușul", a song on the latter's 2001 album Lasă-mă să beau. In early January 2007, the broadcaster published a provisory list of 24 songs shortlisted to compete in the two semi-finals of Selecția Națională on 27 January and 3 February, and the final on 10 February. After the voting concluded, Russia scored 207 points and placed 3rd.  The country awarded its 12 points to Moldova in the semi-final and Grand Final of the contest.  The full results were as follows:, To promote "Liubi, Liubi, I Love You" as Romania's Eurovision entry, a CD single was released in 2007 by TVR, followed by a promotional tour in Belarus. Its highest placing in the contest had been third place, which the nation achieved in 2005.  They were selected on 17 January, out of 259 entries submitted to TVR until 15 January, by a jury panel consisting of music and entertainment professionals Ionel Tudor, Cornel Fugaru, Adi Despot, Dan Teodorescu, Mihai Ogășanu, Șerban Huidu and Titus Andrei. Slow down (Slow down)Boy, you don't wanna let me downYou better stop, you know what? Russia finished 3rd at Eurovision 2007 with 207 points. The Eurovision Song Contest 2007 was the 52nd edition of the annual Eurovision Song Contest.  Simplu and Andra were the televote's favorites, gathering more than 10,000 votes and around 8,000 more than the follow-up.  Although initially assigned to this semi-final, "Love Struck" by Indiggo was disqualified because the duo failed to attend rehearsals. Additionally, a boxing match between Anghel and native actress Luiza took place.  "Dracula, My Love" by Simplu and Andra had been falsely suspected for plagiarising "When Religion Comes to Town" (1994) by E-Type, but was ultimately disqualified from the competition for having been partially performed by Simplu at the MTV Romania Music Awards 2006 prior to TVR's cutoff date of 1 October 2006.  According to Stella Floras of ESCToday, the latter was a boycott due to the disqualification of several other tracks composed by Marius Moga. Their performance saw the use of pyrotechnics.  The results of the event were:, Romanian group Sistem presented their single "Soare" as an interval act during the final of Selecția Națională on 10 February.  Automatically qualified for the final due to Romania's top ten placement the previous year, the group performed 20th on the occasion, preceded by the United Kingdom and followed by Bulgaria. Oh, don't call me funny bunnyI'll blow your money, moneyI'll get you to my bad ass spinnin' for youOh, I'll make it easy, honeyI'll take your money, yummyI've got my bitches standin' up next to me, So come and check itSo come and check itSo come and check itMy bad ass spinnin' for you, So come and check itSo come and check itSo come and check itMy bad ass spinnin' for you (Watch out), Keep on takin' over youIt's kinda gettin' freeBaby boy, you know I stillGot sexy freak in me, Gotta tease you, nasty guySo take it, don't be shyPut your cherry on my cakeAnd taste my cherry pie. 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In 2006, Romania finished in fourth place.  The mass disqualification of songs generated controversy among observers. Romanian Television (TVR) organized Selecția Națională 2007, a competition to select their entrant for the Eurovision Song Contest 2007.  Additionally, Todomondo released a Dan Maoliu-directed music video and launched their own website in April 2007, in order to interact with fans and present them with news and biographical information. On the latter occasion, Romania finished in 13th position, being awarded a total of 84 points including 12 awarded by both Moldova and Spain, ten by Andorra and eight by Hungary.  Their song "Song #1" was premiered on the Europa Plus radio station on 14 March 2007, and was later presented on C1R on 24 March 2007 during the program Vysshaya Liga. Similarly, New Effect and Moni-K's "Sinada" was disqualified for having received local radio airplay prior to the aforementioned date. The final was held on 12 May 2007 at 21:00 (CET) and was won by Serbia. This led to the entry's exclusion from Selecția Națională, alongside "Crazy" by Morandi and Wassabi, who failed to attend rehearsals.  Cătălin Măruță and 3rei Sud Est were hired as hosts. The Russian entry was selected internally by the Russian broadcaster Channel One Russia (C1R). Serbia participated the first time as an independent country in 2007 and won the contest the same year.  The results of the semi-final were:, The second semi-final on 3 February had a television audience of 5,511,000 viewers and similarly had several covers of past Eurovision entries as interval acts, alongside another boxing match between two native celebrities.  Prior to Eurovision, "Liubi, Liubi, I Love You" was promoted by a music video and a promotional tour in Belarus. They selected their entry, "Liubi, Liubi, I Love You" by Romanian group Todomondo through the national selection competition Selecția Națională 2007 in February 2007. According to the then-Eurovision rules, selected countries, except the host nation and the "Big Four" (France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom), were required to qualify from the semi-final to compete for the final; the top ten countries from the semi-final progressed to the final. , Since Russia placed within the top 10 countries (excluding the Big Four) in the 2006 Contest, Russia pre-qualified to compete directly in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2007. Romania participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 in Helsinki, Finland. Prior to the 2007 contest, Romania had participated in the Eurovision Song Contest nine times since its first entry in 1994.  Due to multiple requests from observers, TVR decided to establish a commission on 5 February to analyse several entries in regards to their compliance to the competition's regulations.  The Eurovision Song Contest 2007 took place at the Hartwall Arena in Helsinki, Finland and consisted of one semi-final on 10 May and the final on 12 May 2007. Draw. , In Romania, the show was broadcast on TVR, with Manoliu as the country's head of delegation.
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