Last night Serbia introduced the three contenders for their place at Eurovision, and tonight Bojana Stamenov was chosen over Aleksa Jelic and Danica Krstic to represent the country at Eurovision in Vienna this May.
The singer was chosen by a landslide public vote and placed higher than the other two contestants with the Jury vote as well. Most of our readers agreed with the decision with 50% of them choosing Bojana as their favourite contender in our poll.
Her song ‘Ceo Svet Ji Moj’ (or ‘The Whole World is Mine’ in English) will advance to the first of the Eurovision Semi Finals which takes place on 19th May.
Listen to the winning song below:
The Serbian national final will come to a head this weekend with two shows being held over two nights. The first show on 14 February will act as an introduction to the remaining three artists in the running to be the Serbian representative for 2015. The candidates will perform well-known Serbian and international hits and also determine the draw of the national final. The second show, on the following night will feature the performances of the competing entries culminating with the selection of the Serbian entry via a 50/50 jury and televoting deliberation
1. Denmark became the tenth country to choose their song for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. Anti Social Media won the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix on Saturday with their song ‘The Way You Are’ after receiving the highest combined votes of jury and public.
2. Runner up Anne Gadegaard wasn’t pleased with the results as she had received the highest amount of votes from the public. The ‘Suitcase’ singer took to social media to complain about the jury decision saying that it should have been her that was selected to represent Denmark.
3. The 60th Anniversary concert organised by the BBC was confirmed this week.