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Good morning Europe with the 2005 #Eurovision entry from Serbia & Montenegro Zauvijek Moja.

No Name represented Serbia and Montenegro at the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv with the song Zauvijek Moja

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Poll: What is your favourite Serbian entry from Eurovision?

It’s been ten years since Marija Serifovic handed Serbia its first win at the Eurovision Song Contest. A decade on its broadcaster RTS has still got those Eurovision feels, as today it confirmed its participation for Eurovision 2018 in Lisbon.


For many, Marija’s performance of “Molitva” remains one of the contest’s best of all-time.

Standing center stage in a disheveled tuxedo, she played with gender stereotypes as her squadron of all-girl backing vocalists frequently caressed her. “Falling in love frightens me/ Days are like wounds/ Countless and hard to get through,” she sang. The performance ended with her holding another woman’s hand — and their point of contact revealed a painted red heart.

Serbia, which debuted as an independent country at Eurovision with Marija in 2007, has had a checkered history at Eurovision since then.

Poll: What is your favourite Serbian entry from Eurovision? | wiwibloggs

Poll: What is your favourite Serbian entry from Eurovision? | wiwibloggs

Serbia has confirmed for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. Which act from Serbia's Eurovision past is your favourite? Vote now!

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Today I heard “I can’t go on” playing in a fast food and I always feel such a wave of joy when I hear Eurovision entries playing in different parts of the city, in shopping centers, supermarkets, restaurants, or blasting from people’s cars :)


Wow that’s so cool!! I once heard Malta’s 2014 entry Coming Home at my local fast food which is quite weird because it’s a Maltese song from 3 years ago.




It always feels so nice :D


I often hear the Sound of Silence, Birds, and Only Teardrops in the supermarkets ^^


It always feels nice :)


…of course, we hear Blanche and Loïc all the time everywhere, but they’re local singers, so we’d be hearing them anyway x))


Still, it’s always nice ^^




A radio here really likes to play Heroes.


So do I, honestly.




one time, i heard “Glorious” by Cascada (Germany 2013) play at H&M aka my favorite store.




Blanche’s “City Lights” is very overplayed on the radio in Lithuania




Update : Yodel it is also a thing on a Lithuanian radio




All these are happy news :D


I think we need to promote European artists from other countries more :)


Which is why I’m always so happy to hear Eurovision artists :) Måns was very popular in France! Especially “Should’ve gone home” that you could hear on every radio a gazillion times a day. That makes me happy (even though I wasn’t a fan of the song, to be honest xD I loved Heroes though!) :)




i heard j'ai cherché on french canadian radio last year when i was on vacation




I heard Fiumi di Parole and Occidentali’s Karma in a restaurant. BACK TO BACK.




A shop played yodel it



Early this year, my sister said she heard “Soldiers Of Love” by Lighthouse X (Denmark 2016) in a clothes store.



I heard Satellite in a supermarket today :D



I heard i cant go on on an Australian renovation reality show



I also heard “Nije Ljubav Stvar” in a travelling reality show and people were travelling serbia lmao

#that'sgood #željkojoksimović #hewritesthebestserbiansongs #sohe'sgood #nijeljubavstvar

kyniathewhovian asked:

Fun fact: serbia

Answer:

A country that made the gift of Željko Joksimović songs to Europe :D

(and maybe one day to the world)

#ESCCovers

Eurovision.TV sent out a press release over the 2017 Junior Eurovision song contest.

Artists of 16 countries - Albania, Armenia, Australia, Belarus, Cyprus, FYR Macedonia, Georgia, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, The Netherlands and Ukraine will perform in Georgia on November 26th 2017.

A new online voting format will be introduced to this year's song contest, alongside the Jury vote, allowing viewers across the world to cast votes for their favourite artists.

A change of venue will see the Junior Eurovision Song Contest take place at the Olympic Palace in Tbilisi.

Here is the full press release

9 August 2017 – Young stars from across Europe will eagerly make their way to Tbilisi, Georgia this November, as it is announced that 16 hopeful participants will perform at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017. For the first time ever, a new voting structure will be introduced to allow viewers from around the world to vote online for their favourite artists.

Hoping to continue in their success after a win at this year's Eurovision Song Contest 2017, Portugal have returned to the Junior stage after a 10-year absence, having last competed in 2007. They will join past winners Armenia, Belarus, Italy, Malta, Russia and Ukraine in the Georgian capital along with other 2016 participants Albania, Australia, Cyprus, FYR Macedonia, Ireland, Poland, Serbia and The Netherlands. Completing the 16-strong line up will be host country Georgia, who triumphed during last year's contest in Malta.

Georgia's public broadcaster GPB will host the event at the modern 4,000-seat Olympic Palace in Tbilisi which was considered more suitable than the previously announced Sports Palace for its numerous facilities for delegations, media and fans.

All eyes will be on Georgian capital Tbilisi, with its rich arts and cultural heritage, for the 15th Junior Eurovision Song Contest, which has been organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and a member host broadcaster every year since 2003. The event, showcasing talented artists aged 9-14, will take place on Sunday, 26 November 2017 16:00-18:00 CET.

In a brand new change to the voting system, audience online voting will be available this year and will initially open from Friday (24/11) to Sunday (26/11). Viewers who would like to vote will be required to watch a recap of all songs, before entering the voting platform on the JESC official website. After this, voters will also have the option to watch longer 1-minute clips from each participant's rehearsal. This first round of voting will stop on Sunday (26/11) at 15:59 CET.

During the live show, online voting will start again after the last performance and will be open for 15 minutes. The final audience result will be a combination of both pre-show and live voting rounds, accounting for 50% of the total vote.

Jon Ola Sand, the EBU's Head of Live Events and Executive Supervisor of the JESC, said 'We are thrilled to be celebrating 15 editions of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Throughout the Contest's history we have seen some incredibly talented children perform, some of whom are now successful artists in their own right. The new voting system is an exciting new addition that will allow millions of viewers to take part in the show once again".

2017's winner can look forward to a bright future with last year's title-holder Mariam Mamadashvili already set for big things. After taking the crown in Malta during 2016, the 11 year-old Georgian singer has been taking private lessons at Broadway Method Academy and been accepted into a leading New York boutique talent agency.

Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017

The following countries (and EBU Member broadcasters) will participate in the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Georgia:

Albania (RTSH)
Armenia (AMPTV)
Australia (ABC)
Belarus (BTRC)
Cyprus (CyBC)
FYR Macedonia (MKRTV)
Georgia (GPB)
Ireland (TG4)
Italy (RAI)
Malta (PBS)
Poland (TVP)
Portugal (RTP)
Russia (RTR)
Serbia (RTS)
The Netherlands (AVROTROS)
Ukraine (UA:PBC)

PR contacts
Stefano Salucci/Toby Leston
Email: press@eurovision.tv
Phone: +41 227172500

For the latest news on Junior Eurovision 2017, and further details on the voting procedure please visit the contest's official website junioreurovision.tv.

The EBU has today confirmed that 16 countries will take place in Junior #Eurovision 2017: Albania, Armenia, Australia, Belarus, Cyprus, FYR Macedonia, Georgia, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Poland, Portugal 🇵🇹, Russia, Serbia, The Netherlands and Ukraine 🌈 Bulgaria 🇧🇬 and Israel 🇮🇱 are out. Online vote introduced 🔥 #jesc #jesc2017 #junioreurovision2017 #junioreurovision

It’s been ten years since Marija Serifovic handed Serbia its first win at the Eurovision Song Contest. A decade on its broadcaster RTS has still got those Eurovision feels, as today it confirmed its participation for Eurovision 2018 in Lisbon.

For many, Marija’s performance of “Molitva” remains one of the contest’s best of all-time.

Standing center stage in a disheveled tuxedo, she played with gender stereotypes as her squadron of all-girl backing vocalists frequently caressed her. “Falling in love frightens me/ Days are like wounds/ Countless and hard to get through,” she sang. The performance ended with her holding another woman’s hand — and their point of contact revealed a painted red heart.

Serbia confirms for #Eurovision 2018. Which of their past acts is your favourite? https://t.co/OHJvYqvSjG via @willyleeadams

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