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Serbia: Teya Dora with “Ramonda” wins “Pesma Za Evroviziju 2024”!

Pesma Za Evroviziju has concluded, and Serbia has found its representative for the 68th edition of Eurovision in Malmö. In a thrilling final, the winner of the national selection process was Teya Dora, singing “Ramonda”. The competition showcased the diverse talent and musical prowess of the participants, and now Serbia eagerly anticipates its representative’s performance on the Eurovision stage.

After a series of intense semi-finals and a highly anticipated grand final, the winner of Pesma Za Evroviziju emerged triumphant. In an exceptional final, where nobody could predict the outcome, Teya Dora managed to prevail in the end, receiving 12 points from the jury and the 10 from the public vote. With this remarkable achievement, Teya Dora earned the honor of representing the country in Malmö in May. The final showcased the unpredictable nature of the event, adding an extra layer of excitement to the journey toward Eurovision 2024.

The Show

The Grand Final kicked off with a legendary figure in Serbian music, Željko Joksimović, who represented the country in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2004 and 2012, and also hosted the competition when it was held in Belgrade in 2008. Joksimović treated the audience to a performance of “Lane moje,” the song with which he secured the 2nd place in 2004. Furthermore, Joksimović was the composer of “Lejla,” which represented Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2006, “Oro” performed by Jelena Tomašević for Serbia in 2008, and “Adio” for Montenegro, by Knez.

Presenters of Pesma za Evroviziju 24 were Dragana Kosjerina and Slaven Došlo, while Kristina Radenković and Stefan Popović were in the green room for the third year in a row.

Teya Dora performing “Ramonda” in “Pesma za Evroviziju 2024”

Voting Procedure

The jury panel for PZE 2024, which determined 50% of the voting, consisted of the following members:

1. Zoran Živanović (Composer)
2. Sajsi MC (Rapper, Lyricist)
3. Dejan Petrović (Musician)
4. Aleksandar Sedlar (Composer, Producer)
5. Marija Šerifović (Singer, Winner of Eurovision 2007)

The votes of the judging panel were as follows:

  1. Teya Dora – Ramonda” – 12
  2. Zorja – Lik u ogledalu” – 10
  3. Konstrakta – Novo, bolje” – 8
  4. Zejna – Najbolja” – 7
  5. Lena Kovačević – Zovi me Lena” – 6
  6. Breskvica – Gnezdo orlovo” – 5
  7. Dušan Kurtić – Zbog tebe živim” – 4
  8. Hristina – Bedem” – 3
  9. Iva Lorens – Dom” – 2
  10. Džordži – Luna park” – 1
  11. Keni nije mrtav – Dijamanti”
  12. Marko Mandić – Dno”
  13. Nemanja Radošević – Jutra bez tebe”
  14. Bojana x David – No No No”
  15. M.IRA – Percepcija”
  16. Milan Bujaković – Moje tvoje”

Public Vote voted as follows:

  1. Breskvica – Gnezdo orlovo” – 12 (17 in Total)
  2. Teya Dora – Ramonda” – 10 (22)
  3. Konstrakta – Novo, bolje” – 8 (16)
  4. Zorja – Lik u ogledalu” – 7 (17)
  5. Bojana x David – No No No” – 6 (6)
  6. Džordži – Luna park” – 5 (6)
  7. Zejna – Najbolja” – 4 (11)
  8. Dušan Kurtić – Zbog tebe živim” – 3 (7)
  9. Keni nije mrtav – Dijamanti” – 2 (2)
  10. M.IRA – Percepcija” – 1 (1)
  11. Lena Kovačević – Zovi me Lena”
  12. Hristina – Bedem”
  13. Iva Lorens – Dom”
  14. Zorja – Lik u ogledalu”
  15. Marko Mandić – Dno”
  16. Nemanja Radošević – Jutra bez tebe”
  17. M.IRA – Percepcija”
  18. Milan Bujaković – Moje tvoje”

 

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The sixteen artists

The sixteen artists who competed tonight in the final of the celebration of Serbian music were:

  1. Teya Dora – Ramonda” – 22 points
  2. Breskvica – Gnezdo orlovo” – 17 points
  3. Zorja – Lik u ogledalu” – 17 points
  4. Konstrakta – Novo, bolje” – 16 points
  5. Zejna – Najbolja” – 11 points
  6. Dušan Kurtić – Zbog tebe živim” – 7 points
  7. Bojana x David – No No No” – 6 points
  8. Džordži – Luna park” – 6 points
  9. Lena Kovačević – Zovi me Lena” – 6 points
  10. Hristina – Bedem” – 3 points
  11. Keni nije mrtav – Dijamanti” – 2 points
  12. Iva Lorens – Dom” – points
  13. M.IRA – Percepcija” – 1 point
  14. Marko Mandić – Dno”
  15. Milan Bujaković – Moje tvoje”
  16. Nemanja Radošević – Jutra bez tebe”

The winner

Teya Dora was born in 1992 in Bor, Serbia, and later moved to Belgrade. She went on to study music at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, US. Drawing inspiration from various musical genres, including pop, rock, and electronic dance music, Teya began writing and performing her own songs. Her dynamic vocals and captivating stage presence quickly gained attention in the Serbian music scene. In addition to her solo work, Teya has collaborated with other musicians and producers, further expanding her creative horizons. Her music often explores themes of love, self-discovery, and empowerment, resonating with audiences of all ages.

Teya Dora performing “Ramonda” in “Pesma za Evroviziju 2024”

We remind you that Serbia has been drawn to perform in the first half of the first semi-final, which will take place on May 7th.

The winner of the Serbian national final for 2023 and therefore the country’s representative in Liverpool was Luke Black with the song “Samo mi se spava”, finishing in twenty-fourth place.

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all the latest developments regarding Serbia’s participation in Eurovision 2024!

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