Serbia: Hurricane with experienced vocal team in Rotterdam

Following their victory at Beovizija 2020, the Hurricane, from Serbia, became representatives of their country.

After their victory, they said that they would change everything on their Eurovision stage appearance and that they would be alone on stage.

Today, Serbian public television has revealed the names of three singers who will support Hurricane vocally, interpreting “Hasta la Vista”.

These are:

-Olga Popović: In 2012 she participated in the vocals of Željko Joksimović, while last year she also supported the Serbian representative, Nevena Ivanović.
-Mladen Lukić: In 2018,he represented Serbia as part of Sanja Ilić & Balkanika, while he was also on the Nevena Ivanović vocals.
-Leontina Vukomanović: She is a songwriter and vocal teacher. She was part of the Serbia-Montenegro team in 2005 as well as the Serbia team in 2015. Lastly, she has created Serbia’s Junior Eurovision entries in 2015 and 2016.

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Serbia: The detailed results of Beovizija 2020

The grand finale of the Beovizija 2020, the 10th edition of this institution to choose the national entry for Eurovision song contest, was completed yesterday.

The Hurricane was given the anchor, with their song “Hasta La Vista” lifting the Serbian flag at this year’s Rotterdam contest.

Today, the nation’s largest public broadcaster, RTS, has released the detailed results of this year’s event.

The detailed results of the first semifinal:

DRAW ARTIST SONG TELEVOTE JURY TOTAL PLACE
VOTES POINTS
1 EJO “Trag” 1569 6 3 9 6
2 Milica Mišić “Kiša” 1325 4 5 9 7
3 Ivan Kurtić & Mistik Cello “Sabajle” 1147 2 1 3 10
4 Thea Devy “Sudnji dan” 1541 5 8 13 5
5 Karizma “Ona me zna” 963 0 0 0 12
6 Andrija Jo “Oči meduze” 5611 12 4 16 3
7 Sanja Bogosavljević “Ne puštam” 940 0 7 7 8
8 Marko Marković “Kolači” 3066 10 10 20 1
9 Srđan Lazić “Duša i telo” 1217 3 2 5 9
10 Neda Ukraden “Bomba” 1848 7 6 13 4
11 Bilja & Amvon duo “Raj” 999 1 0 1 11
12 Igor Simić “Ples za rastanak” 2939 8 12 20 2

 

The details results of the second semifinal:

DRAW ARTIST SONG TELEVOTE JURY TOTAL PLACE
VOTES POINTS
1 LIFT “Samo mi kaži” 3116 10 6 16 2
2 Bane Mojićević “Cvet sa Prokletija” 2359 7 3 10 6
3 Balkubano “Svadba velika” 949 1 0 1 11
4 Bojana Mašković “Kao muzika” 1932 4 2 6 8
5 Naiva “Baš, baš” 2255 6 8 14 4
6 Rocher Etno Band “Samo ti umeš to” 1154 3 0 3 10
7 Lazar Živanović “Puklo je nebo” 787 0 1 1 12
8 Ivana Jordan “Vila” 866 0 7 7 7
9 Nenad Ćeranić “Veruj u sebe” 1017 2 4 6 9
10 Hurricane “Hasta la vista” 7230 12 12 24 1
11 Ana Milenković “Tajna” 2545 8 5 13 5
12 Milan Bujaković & Olivera Popović “Niti” 2246 5 10 15 3

The detailed results of the final:

DRAW ARTIST SONG TELEVOTE JURY TOTAL PLACE
VOTES POINTS
1 Milan Bujaković & Olivera Popović “Niti” 2544 1 5 6 9
2 Hurricane “Hasta la vista” 19781 12 12 24 1
3 Neda Ukraden “Bomba” 2965 2 7 9 7
4 Andrija Jo “Oči meduze” 13582 10 1 11 4
5 Igor Simić “Ples za rastanak” 3923 4 10 14 3
6 Thea Devy “Sudnji dan” 2153 0 4 4 10
7 EJO “Trag” 2070 0 0 0 12
8 LIFT “Samo mi kaži” 3454 3 0 3 11
9 Ana Milenković “Tajna” 5710 8 3 11 5
10 Naiva “Baš, baš” 4825 7 8 15 2
11 Marko Marković “Kolači” 4506 5 6 11 6
12 Bane Mojićević “Cvet sa Prokletija” 4650 6 2 8 8

 

Serbia: With Hurricane and “Hasta La Vista” in Rotterdam

The grand final of Beovizija 2020, the 10th edition of this institution to choose the country’s participation in the Eurovision Song Contest, was completed shortly before.

The show started at 21:00CET time and took place at RTS Studio 8 in Belgrade. Dragana Kosjerina, Jovan Radomir, Kristina Radenković and Stefan Popovi were presenters of the evening.

At tonight’s final we saw the 12 finalists compete for a Rotterdam ticket:

-Milan Bujaković feat Olivera Popović – “Niti”
-Hurricane – “Hasta la Vista”
-Neda Ukraine – “Bomb”
-Andrija Jo – “The Mediator”
-Igor Simic – “Ples za rastanak”
-Thea Devy – “Sudnji dan”
-EJO – “Trag”
-LIFT– “Samo mi kaži”
-Ana Milenković – “Tajna”
-Naiva – “Baš baš”
-Marko Marković – “Kolači”
-Bane Mojićević – “Cvet sa Prokletija”

The result

The result was judged by a 50/50 vote by the television audience and the five-member jury. Hurricane won the finale with  “Hasta La Vista” song.

Serbia will appear in the first half of the second semifinal on May 14th.

Serbia: Tonight the Big Final of Beovizija 2020

Beovizija 2020, the 10th version of the country’s selection to participate in the Eurovision song contest, wraps up tonight in Serbia. Tonight we will be watching the Grand Final.

The show will take place at RTS Studio 8 in Belgrade and will start at 21:00 CET time. Dragana Kosjerina, Jovan Radomir, Kristina Radenković and Stefan Popovi will be presenters of the evening.

This year there were 90 entries on public television in the country. A special jury judged the best by reducing the number to 24.

At tonight’s final we will see 12 artists competing for the ticket to Rotterdam:

  1. Milan Bujaković feat Olivera Popović – “Niti”
  2. Hurricane – “Hasta la Vista”
  3. Neda Ukraden – “Bomba”
  4. Andrija Jo – “Oči meduze”
  5. Igor Simić – “Ples za rastanak”
  6. Thea Devy – “Sudnji dan”
  7. EJO – Trag”
  8. LIFT– “Samo mi kaži”
  9. Ana Milenković – “Tajna”
  10. Naiva – “Baš baš”
  11. Marko Marković – “Kolači”
  12. Bane Mojićević – “Cvet sa Prokletija”

The winner of the Beovizija 2020 will be determined by the same method of the Eurovision Song Contest. A jury of music experts will determine 50% of the results, while the Serbian public will be able to vote for their favorite song as well.

You can watch the big Beovizija 2020 Final at 21:00 CET time HERE.

Serbia: 90 songs for the Beovizija 2020

With little increased interest, the songs which sent to the Beovizija 2020, produced by Serbia’s public broadcaster, RTS,  in the process by which Serbia is invited to choose the country’s next entry in the Eurovision 2020 contest.

A total of 90 songs were sent to the channel, compared to 76 from last year’s process, while a special jury of native musicians approved all 90 entries. In the next few days, the panel will listen to all the entries and evaluate them, choosing the best to participate in the Beovizija 2020.

To date, the number of entries in the national final has not been disclosed, nor what form it will take. For history, the 2019 national final consisted of 24 entries in two semifinals. The winner of the 2019 Beovizija was Nevena Božović and the song “Kruna”, which finished 18th in the Grand Final with 89 points.

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Serbia: Entries for Beovizija 2020 to be extended until December 9th

Serbia’s Public Broadcaster (RTS) has long announced that its participation in Eurovision 2020 will be selected through a national final, Beovizija! The deadline for submitting applications has already begun. With a previous announcement, RTS extends the deadline to 9 December!

Beovizija, as a method of selecting the country’s participation, was implemented in 2004, 2007-2009 and 2018-2019.

In addition to the general rules applicable to all Eurovision songs, Beovizija candidates must adhere to the following two rules:

a. The lyrics of the songs are written in one of the official languages ​​of the country

b. Foreign composers may participate, however the performer must be a Serbian citizen

The dates of the Beovizija 2020 have not yet been announced.

The winner of the 2019 Beovizija and Serbia’s representative at the Eurovision 2019 was Nevena Božović. She performed “Kruna” on the stage of Tel Aviv and took 18th place.

Serbia: Listen to its song for Junior Eurovision 2019

Serbia’s Public Broadcaster RTS has announced the song by which Darija Vračevic will defend her country’s colors at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The 11-year-old artist will sing the “Podigni glas (Raise Your Voice)”, written by A. Milutinović, L. Vukomanović and Darija herself.

A few months ago, Serbia began searching for the singer and performer to represent the country on the Junior Eurovision stage. Of all the entries had been applied, RTS selected two finalists. Staša Kostadinović with the song Da, da, da (by V. Graić and L. Vukomanović) and the winner Darija Vračević with Podigni glas (by A. Milutinović, L Vukomanović and Darija). Both interpreted their entries in front of a jury composed of Silvana Grujić, Anja Rogljić, Uroš Marković, Jelena Vlahović, Dušan Šukletović, Jovana Dukić and Tamara Petković, who decided the winner.

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