Extra Nena has been eliminated in the first semi final of Beovizija 2019, the Serbian preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The singer, that was the last person to take part on behalf of Yugoslavia in 1992, was not among the six qualifiers for [read more…]
24 acts will take part in Beovizija 2019, the Serbian national final. Former Eurovision acts like Extra Nena (1992) and Nevena Božović (2013) are listed for the show.
Sanja Ilic & Balkanika will be representing Serbia at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon. RTS went back to their national format after a few years of internally selecting their participants.
RTS, the national broadcaster in Serbia have decided to bring back their national final for 2018. Beovizija was last used as a national final back in 2009, when Marko Kon & Milaan were selected, and their song was titled Cipela. Who will be selected to represent Serbia in 2018? [read more…]
Rambo Amadeus takes part in Beovizija, the national final in Serbia for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. In 2012, he represented Montenegro at the contest in Baku.
Serbia has chosen a new strategy when it comes to selecting their act for the Eurovision Song Contest. Broadcaster RTS has announced a public anonymous competition for the selection of a composition that will represent Serbia in the most watched world music competition.
Tijana Bogicevic feels blessed to be able to open the second semi final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 on behalf of Serbia. ”You start off the night, so you need to do it right. Perhaps it is a little more responsibility,” she tells ESC [read more…]
The Serbian song for the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 has just been made public. You can check out the song ‘In Too Deep’ by Tijana Bogićević here below.
Tijana Bogićević will represent Serbia at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev with the song ‘In Too Deep’. A teaser for the song is available on ESCDaily now.
Tijana Bogićević has been selected by broadcaster RTS to represent Serbia in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest. The singer, who is currently living and working in the United States, was a backing vocalist for Serbia’s Nina Radojičić in the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest.