Serbia concluded their search for a Eurovision representative for 2019 tonight when they crowned Nevena Bozovic the winner of their selection show Beovizija.
Serbia continued with their Eurovision 2019 selection this evening with the second of their semi finals. 12 songs competed in tonight’s semi with half of them securing a place in Saturday’s final.
Serbia kicked off their Eurovision 2019 selection this evening with the first of their semi finals. 12 songs competed in tonight’s semi with half of them securing a place in Saturday’s final.
Serbia are the latest country to announce their plans for Eurovision 2019. Today broadcaster RTS revealed the 24 acts and song titles that will participate in their selection show Beovizija in February. Read on to find out who made the list!
Tomorrow night sees the Serbian national final draw to a close with the final of Beovizija 2018. 17 songs were in the running and we’ve been asking you who your favourites were. The poll has now closed and we can reveal the results!
Serbia’s Eurovision selection for 2018 will take place on 20 February. Seventeen songs will compete in the final of Beovizija, but ahead of that we rate and rank the songs that are in contention. Read on to find out if you agree with our decisions!
We’ve been waiting quite some time on an update from Serbia about their plans for their 2018 Eurovision selection plans. Despite rumours of a move from an internal selection to a national final as early as October 2017, it wasn’t until a few months later that these were confirmed to be true. Since the confirmation, no other details had been announced, until today when national broadcaster RTS revealed the seventeen acts and songs that will compete in the contest.
Last night Serbia presented their Eurovision Song Contest song for 2016. 22 year old Sanja Vucic and band ZAA will sing ‘Goodbye (Shelter)’ in their bid to qualify for the final from Semi Final 2 on the 12th May in Stockholm. Have a listen to their song below and let us know your thoughts.
The Swiss national selection process ‘ESC 2016 – Die Entscheidungsshow’ staged its final earlier this evening and has crowned Rykka as the winner. The singer will go out to represent Switzerland in Stockholm at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in May with her song ‘The Last of Our Kind’.
Six acts will battle it out to be the Swiss entry for Eurovision 2016 later tonight. But which of them do you think deserves to go to Stockholm. Our poll results are below: