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Exactly 10 years ago Serbia won #Eurovision with Marija Serifovic's Molitva! Which is your favorite Serbian ESC entry?

We are already counting down to the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest in Baku. We do that by looking back to recent editions of Europe's favorite TV show. This ti...

#ThrowbackThursday to 10 years ago: The 2007 Eurovision Song Contest in Helsinki

#ThrowbackThursday to 10 years ago: The 2007 Eurovision Song Contest in Helsinki

Lordi won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2006 with what is to date the most well known rock entry at the contest ‘Hard Rock Hallelujah’. Finland, who never reached top 5 before Lordi, got to host the contest in Helsinki. Host Broadcaster ule adopted True Fantasy as the slogan for this year’s contest. The high-tech stage was constructed in the shape of a kantele, a traditional Finnish instrument. The Czech Republic and Georgia debuted in the Semi-Final, so did Serbia and Montenegro as independent states. Hungary returned to the contest after a year of absence. A record number of 28 countries took place in the Semi-Final. From 2004 to 2007, only one semi-final took place. Both in 2005 and in 2007 there were more countries participating in the Semi-Final then in the Grand Final. After the contest in Helsinki it was decided to organise 2 Semi-Finals per contest, which was implemented in 2008. The show was hosted by Jaana & Miko, who were voted best hosts of the 2000s by you in our poll last year! The contest was won by Marija Šerifović from Serbia. With her song Molitva she brought the contest to Belgrade in 2008. Serebro reached third place for Russia, while Ukraine came second with Verka Serduchka and her Dancing Lasha Tumbai If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit https://eurovision.tv

Serbian wiwiblogger @jovana_rada is currently traveling in #Sanremo. She just set eyes on this plaque commemorating @ilvolomusic’s win in 2015 ❤️🇮🇹 #eurovision #eurovision2015 #eurovisionsongcontest

It’s the Balkan nation that won Eurovision on its debut in 2007. Now Serbia‘s broadcaster RTS has confirmed the return of Beovizija, the national final that selected Marija Serifovic with “Molitva” for Eurovision 2007. The Beovizija format was last used in 2009.
The news was confirmed by RTS’s entertainment editor Olivera Kovacevic. Speaking to Blic news, she confirmed that entries are now open for the national final. #beovizija2018 #beovizija #eurovisionsongcontest #eurovision #eurovision2018

Serbia: RTS confirms the return of original national final Beovizija

Serbia: RTS confirms the return of original national final Beovizija

Serbia: RTS confirms the return of original national final Beovizija

Serbian broadcaster RTS has confirmed the return of its original national final Beovizija, last used in 2009. It favoured songs with a distinct Balkan style

Serbia is bringing back Beovizija 🇷🇸 https://t.co/dpb9Bg8sQD via @robynesc

#Hungary and #Serbia confirm national finals!
#ADal and #Beovizija are back.
#escYOUnited #Eurovision2018 #Lisbon #Portugal

Hungary and Serbia confirm national finals – escYOUnited

Hungary and Serbia confirm national finals – escYOUnited

2018 Breaking News Hungary Latest News Serbia Hungary and Serbia confirm national finals By Stefan Resimić Posted on October 9, 2017 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Lots of fans were on pins and needles regardin...

#Serbia's National Broadcaster - Internet portal RTS-a confirms the return of #Beovizija as a method of selecting their 2018 #Eurovision representative.🇷🇸

In order to celebrate the return of Beovizija we ask you:

Are you happy about the return of the festival? What's your favorite winning entry at Beovizija? Would you like to see a previous winner return to the festival?🇷🇸

Let us know in the comments section below.

Serbia to select its Eurovision 2018 representative through Beovizija

Serbia to select its Eurovision 2018 representative through Beovizija

Through an official statement by Olivera Kovacevic - music editor at Serbia's national broadcaster (RTS) we find out that the long awaited comeback of BEOVIZIJA is in the making for 2018. The famous festival was used

SERBIA - Serbian broadcaster RTS has announced that the country will return to a national final format with the Beovizija selection show to resume after 9 years. Artists currently have until October 20 to submit their entries, after which an expert panel will shortlist ten songs which will compete at Beovizija in February. A mixed jury and public televote will then decide Serbia's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest. The long-running Beovizija Festival was used as the country's national selection process until 2009, after which RTS had internally selected Serbia's representative.

Serbia 2018: national final decided for RTS

Serbia 2018: national final decided for RTS

SERBIA – Serbian broadcaster RTS has announced that the country will return to a national final format with the Beovizija selection show to resume after 9 years. Artists currently have until …

You can now watch Irina Brodić & Jana Paunović's video of "Ceo Svet Je Naš", the Serbian entry for #JESC2017https://t.co/hafnMBTo1B

RT @AlexKing1337: @TijanaB_music Kada imam loše dane zbog situacija u porodici i kada odslusam Tijanine pesme pogotovo 'Tvoja' onda tek zna…

Serbia: Irina Brodic and Jana Paunovic will sing “Ceo svet je nas” at Junior Eurovision 2017

Serbia: Irina Brodic and Jana Paunovic will sing

Serbia: Irina Brodic and Jana Paunovic will sing "Ceo svet je nas" at Junior Eurovision 2017 | wiwibloggs

Irina and Jana's "Ceo svet je nas" (The Whole World Is Ours) carries a sweet message about building a better world for everyone. Awwww.

Wishing you a Happy #October with the 2015 #Serbian #Eurovision entry!

Live performance in the first Semi-Final of Beauty Never Lies representing Serbia at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest.

It's Irina Brodic and Jana Paunovic for #Serbia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017 with "Ceo Svet Je Nas".🇷🇸

What do you think of the song? Will Serbia manage to bring the #JESC trophy to Belgrade on their 9th attempt? What's your favorite Serbian entry in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest?

Let us know in the comments section below.

Watch Irina and Jana perform their #JESC2017 entry ⬇️

Irina Brodic and Jana Paunovic to wave Serbian flag in Tbilisi

Irina Brodic and Jana Paunovic to wave Serbian flag in Tbilisi

Irina Brodic and Jana Paunovic join forces on "Ceo Svet Je Nas" in attempt to bring Serbia its first Junior Eurovision trophy. The two talented girls bring a vision, positive message and an interesting stage presentation

Duo delight: Irina Brodic and Jana Paunovic will represent Serbia at Junior Eurovision 2017

Duo delight: Irina and Jana will represent Serbia at Junior Eurovision 2017

Duo delight: Irina and Jana will represent Serbia at Junior Eurovision 2017

Irina Brodic and Jana Paunovic have won the right to represent Serbia at JESC 2017. Their song "Ceo svet je nas" won a three song national final.

З Днем народження, Ani Lorak Ани Лорак happy birthday! The Ukrainian singer celebrates her 39th birthday today, 27 September. Ani represented Ukraine at the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest in Belgrade, Serbia, with the song “Shady Lady” and finished in second place behind Dima Bilan from Russia. Watch again her performance at the ESC grand final on 24 May at Belgrade Arena… all the best, Ani!
Eurovision Ukraine - Євробачення Україна Eurovision Club Ukraine

Powered by: http://www.eurovision.tv We are already counting down to the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest in Baku. We do that by looking back to recent editions ...

Serbia's 2011 #Eurovision representative Nina marries long term boyfriend in a magical ceremony.

The ESCXTRA.com team wishes the beautiful couple a lifetime of love and happiness.

Serbia’s Nina Radojicic marries long term boyfriend in a lavish ceremony

Serbia’s Nina Radojicic marries long term boyfriend in a lavish ceremony

Serbia's 2011 Eurovision representative - Nina Radojicic says YES to long term boyfriend in a MAGICAL ceremony! Despite not being very active on the Serbian pop scene ever since performing at Eurovision, the Serbian beauty has

The details of the three entries still in the running to be #Serbia's 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest entry have been revealed by RTS. One thing is for sure... Serbia will be represented by a girl in Tbilisi!

It’s a girl for Serbia! Junior Eurovision entry to be chosen on September 30th

It’s a girl for Serbia! Junior Eurovision entry to be chosen on September 30th

A few days ago, RTS revealed that a panel had whittled down the 18 submitted entries into a final shortlist of just three. Now, these three entries will be performed live on Dečjoj pesmi Evrovizije on

SERBIA - There seems to have been a misunderstanding and a fuzz with Belgrade Pride as Tijana Dapsevic forced to respond via Facebook about the issue occurred with her non appearance at the event. Tijana made clear that she didn't refuse to participate but she was never invited, explaining why she preferred to be in Milan instead of Belgrade during the event. [ 43 more words ]

Tijana Dapsevic clears things with Belgrade Pride invitation

Tijana Dapsevic clears things with Belgrade Pride invitation

SERBIA – There seems to have been a misunderstanding and a fuzz with Belgrade Pride as Tijana Dapsevic forced to respond via Facebook about the issue occurred with her non appearance at the e…

RT @wiwibloggs: Serbia's #Eurovision 2011 star Nina got married...and 2013 competitor @MirnaRadulovic1 sang at the wedding! https://t.co/b…

Back in 2011, she sang The man is magical on the Eurovision stage in Düsseldorf. And now, six years later, Danica “Nina” Radojicic has married her magical man in Belgrade.

Nina and her chosen one wed on 14 September in a traditional Serbian Orthodox ceremony. The civil service followed a few hours later at the restaurant where the wedding celebration took place. When folks are high on love you don’t want them walking far, right?

Nina’s husband is relatively unknown to the public, but a post on Instagram reveals his surname to be Prodanovic. #eurovision2011 #eurovisionsongcontest #eurovision

The man is magical! Serbia’s Eurovision 2011 artist Nina Radojicic ties the knot

The man is magical! Serbia's Eurovision 2011 artist Nina Radojicic ties the knot | wiwibloggs

The man is magical! Serbia's Eurovision 2011 artist Nina Radojicic ties the knot | wiwibloggs

Nina and her chosen one wed on 14 September in a traditional Serbian Orthodox ceremony. The civil service followed a few hours later at a nearby restaurant.

Serbia's #Eurovision 2011 star Nina got married...and 2013 competitor @MirnaRadulovic1 sang at the wedding! https://t.co/bS1YCKBUeP

The first time Serbia participated in #JESC was in 2006 and today we look back at all their entries so far:… https://t.co/f3XhZ4enQ6

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