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Submission period for the Serbian Eurovision 2018 preselection was over on 10 November, and today all the parcels that have arrived at the Radio Television of Serbia were opened. 75 participants have applied for the competition, and the selection committee made by RTS music editors has listened to all the tracks received.

All works were signed with the codes so the names of the songwriters behind them are unknown. After the selection of the entries is completed by the selection committee, the identity of the songwriters will be revealed.

To remind, according to the conditions of the preselection, the entry should not have lasted longer than three minutes, it should have been performed in languages ​​that are in official use in the Republic of Serbia, and the performers must not be younger than 16 years.

Serbia page: http://esckaz.com/2018/ser.htm

Photos from ESCKAZ.com / ESCCovers.com / Euroforum / Eurovision South Africa's post

A total of 75 applications have been received in the search for #Serbia's next #Eurovision act for Lisbon 🇷🇸️

Serbia: RTS receives 75 submissions for Eurovision 2018 - ESCToday.com

Serbia: RTS receives 75 submissions for Eurovision 2018 - ESCToday.com

Eurovision news 2018: RTS, the Serbian national broadcaster, has revealed that a total of 75 entries have been received in the search for the country’s representative at the 201

#Serbia: Will it be quality over quantity in 2018? #Beovizija details revealed! #Eurovision #Lisbon #ESC

Serbia: 75 songs received, announcement to come – escYOUnited

Serbia: 75 songs received, announcement to come – escYOUnited

2018 Breaking News Latest News Serbia Serbia: 75 songs received, announcement to come By Sean Tarbuck Posted on December 11, 2017 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Serbia’s Beovizija already has fans of the con...

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In Tbilisi at the Junior Eurovision song contest a great program book was handed out looking very much like those at ADULT Eurovision. Roy of ESC Covers had each of the 16 acts sign the book and for the next days we will post it. Today we can highlight the seventh one – it is Serbia who ended with 92 points – Irina and Jana are best friends in real life.

We (and several other websites) have been tricked re: Serbia's NF lineup reveal. Just found out the source was Kurir, the tabloid which makes The Sun and Daily Mail Pulitzer worthy journalism. Shit happens. Sorry about that. / K.

Are we about to witness a #Eurovision comeback?

#Serbia's National Broadcaster, Internet portal RTS-a, to reveal #Beovizija 2018 participants tomorrow.🇷🇸️

Who are you hoping to see in the lineup for Beovizija 2018? Would you like to see a returning artist as Serbia’s representative in Lisbon? What is your favorite Serbian entry at the Eurovision Song Contest?

Let us know in the comments section below ⬇️

Serbia’s RTS to reveal Beovizija 2018 participants tomorrow

Serbia’s RTS to reveal Beovizija 2018 participants tomorrow

Serbia's National Broadcaster, RTS, to reveal the list of participants for the upcoming edition of their selection, Beovizija 2018. In addition to Beovizija making a comeback as a method of selecting the Serbian entry for the

RTS should announce tomorrow which singers will compete in February in Serbian national final Beovizija.

Maja Nikolić and Jelena Tomasević are the main favorites for going to Eurovision in Lisbon in May 2018, writes Kurir, even though Tomasević has already denied her participation commenting on the social network.

In addition to them, Sanja Ilic and Balkanika, former participant of the "Prvi glas Srbije" Saška Janković, participants of first season of "Pinkove Zvezdice" Igor Lazarević and Mateja Vukašinović also applied for the competition.

Although many were convinced that Jelena Karleusa should be a representative of Serbia, she did not apply for the competition, explaining that she will go to the Eurovision only being internally chosen on her own conditions, giving to her hands all questions related to selection of the song and staging of the performance.

Serbia page: http://esckaz.com/2018/ser.htm

EKSKLUZIVNO: Jelena i Maja u trci za Evrosong!

EKSKLUZIVNO: Jelena i Maja u trci za Evrosong!

RTS bi sutra trebalo da objavi koji pevači će se u februaru takmičiti za srpskog predstavnika na prestižnoj muzičkoj manifestaciji

SERBIA - Serbian broadcaster RTS will tomorrow uveil the full list of participants taking part in its Eurovision national selection Beovizija, which is being held for the first time since 2009. According to local reports, Jelena Tomašević, who represented the coutry in 2008 with the song "Oro" (placing sixth in the final) is one of those shortlisted. Others include the popular Serbian ethno band Sanja Ilić & Balkanika, Saška Janković and Maja Nikolić.

Serbia 2018 🇷🇸 RTS presents Beovizija participants tomorrow

Serbia 2018 🇷🇸 RTS presents Beovizija participants tomorrow

SERBIA – Serbian broadcaster RTS will tomorrow uveil the full list of participants taking part in its Eurovision national selection Beovizija, which is being held for the first time since 200…

🇦🇹 Austrian national broadcaster announced this morning through a radio show that Cesár Sampson will represent the country in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. He is well known to the Eurovision world and Europeans as he was backing singer for Poli Genova’s 2016 Eurovision Song Contest entry. Cesár Sampson is member of Symphonix International, a group of singer contributing to Eurovision Song Contest and in 2017 they were behind the entries of FYR Macedonia, Bulgaria and Serbia. The song for Cesár Sampson will be revealed in February and will be penned by Boris Milanov and Sebastian Arman. #oikotimes #eurovision #allaboard #melfest #umk

Cesar is an experienced performer and producer and has delivered guest vocals for many Austrian artists. But he’s also an experienced backing vocalist on the Eurovision stage.

He’s previously worked on entries for Serbian and Macedonian acts, but in recent years, he’s been part of Team Bulgaria. In 2016, Cesar joined Poli Genova on stage at the end of her feelgood song “If Love Was a Crime”. Earlier this year in Kyiv, he was heard but not seen as part of Kristian Kostov’s offstage backing vocals. #eurovision2018 #eurovision #eurovisionsongcontest

AUSTRIA - Austrian national broadcaster announced this morning through a radio show that Cesár Sampson will represent the country in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. He is well known to the Eurovision world and Europeans as he was backing singer for Poli Genova's 2016 Eurovision Song Contest entry. Cesár Sampson is member of Symphonix International, a group of singer contributing to Eurovision Song Contest and in 2017 they were behind the entries of FYR Macedonia, Bulgaria and Serbia.

Austria 2018 🇦🇹 Cesár Sampson to Lisbon

Austria 2018 🇦🇹 Cesár Sampson to Lisbon

AUSTRIA – Austrian national broadcaster announced this morning through a radio show that Cesár Sampson will represent the country in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. He is well known to the …

Cesár Sampson will represent Austria at the Eurovision Song Contest, was revealed today during Ö3-Wecker radio program.

Cesár is a vocal coach and a member of successful international music producer collective "Symphonix International", which in the recent years has worked with entries from Bulgaria, Serbia and Macedonia.

Cesár already knows what it feels like to be on the big ESC stage - and to have around 200 million people in front of the screens: born in Linz and living in Vienna, in 2016 he was member of the backing vocals group for the Bulgarian entry "If Love Was A Crime" by Poli Genova, which had achieved fourth place.

His contest entry, which has been co-written with Sebastian Arman and Boris Milanov will be released in February.

Find complete details on Austria page: http://esckaz.com/2018/aut.htm

Er ist Österreichs ESC-Teilnehmer für 2018 - oe3.ORF.at

Yulia Samoylova today will perform at Maison de l'UNESCO in Paris as guest of a special program devoted to the Disability Day.

The event is initiated by UNESCO Artist for Peace and Emeritus of the Russian Federation, pop singer and actress Zarifa Mgoyan, known as Zara, who has a long-standing commitment to charities and programmes helping people with disabilities. The aim of these charities and programmes is to involve children, who are visually impaired and hard of hearing, in artistic activities and to raise awareness of the difficulties they encounter.

As part of this year's Disability Day programme, Zara will perform live in Paris with the participation of artists with disabilities. Accompanied by Yulia Samoylova, Valentin Tkachenko and the ensemble ‘Singing Hands’, they will perform a repertoire of beautiful songs about love and friendship in French, Serbian, English, Russian and sign language.

Russia page: http://esckaz.com/2018/rus.htm

Zarifa Mgoyan (Zara) - UNESCO Artist for Peace

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Some of the team have been hard at work to check from which countries each of thre artists are that have entered the SAN MARINO race. Here is the final totals

Italy 67 (no surprise as Italy shares the same language)

Spain 50 (did not expect so many from Spain)

Germany 43 (expected them to be 3rd most)

United Kingdom 37 (also expected them to be around 4th most)

United States 24 (this is a surprise but Eurovision is starting to get known in the USA)

Russia 22 (a surprise)

Sweden 20

Malta 19 (expected more)

Poland 14

Austria 13

Australia 11
Greece 11
Portugal 11
South Africa 11

Canada 10

France 9
Netherlands 9
Turkey 9
Ukraine 9

Israel 7
Philippines 7
San Marino 7 (so one of these 7 will get the 3rd wildcard)

Armenia 6
Belarus 6
Belgium 6
Serbia 6
Switzerland 6

Argentina 5
Ireland 5
Norway 5

Azerbaijan 4
Bosnia and Herzegovina 4
Colombia 4
Croatia 4
Estonia 4
Lithuania 4
Romania 4

Denmark 3
Haiti 3
Thailand 3

Bulgaria 2
Finland 2
Guatemala 2
Iran 2
Luxembourg 2
Mexico 2
Moldova 2
Singapore 2
Slovenia 2

And then 30 countries with 1 each
Afghanistan 1
Bangladesh 1
Brazil 1
Cameroon 1
Chile 1
China 1
Cyprus 1
Czech Republic 1
Dominica 1
Georgia 1
Ghana 1
Hungary 1
India 1
Indonesia 1
Kazakhstan 1
Kenya 1
Latvia 1
Lebanon 1
Macedonia 1
Montenegro 1
Morocco 1
Namibia 1
Nigeria 1
Sierra Leone 1
Slovakia 1
South Korea 1
Saint Lucia 1
Swaziland 1
Tajikistan 1
Zimbabwe 1

This makes it 79 countries which is really good

Congratulations to Russia 🇷🇺 for their s cons #jesc trophy. Russia won the cint st due to the juries while Netherlands won the questioned public court I g which actually collapsed. Great success for JR Europrediction as the oikotimes jury predicted the winner #shinebright #oikotimes #jesc2017
---FULL RESULTS---
Russia – 188 points
Georgia – 185 points
Australia – 172 points
Netherlands – 156 points
Belarus – 149 points
Armenia – 148 points
Ukraine – 147 points
Poland – 138 points
Malta – 107 points
Serbia – 92 points
Italy – 86 points
Macedonia – 69 points
Albania – 67 points
Portugal – 54 points
Ireland – 54 points
Cyprus – 45 points

Congratulations to Russia 🇷🇺 for their s cons #jesc trophy. Russia won the cint st due to the juries while Netherlands won the questioned public court I g which actually collapsed. Great success for JR Europrediction as the oikotimes jury predicted the winner #shinebright #oikotimes #jesc2017 ---FULL RESULTS---
Russia – 188 points
Georgia – 185 points
Australia – 172 points
Netherlands – 156 points
Belarus – 149 points
Armenia – 148 points
Ukraine – 147 points
Poland – 138 points
Malta – 107 points
Serbia – 92 points
Italy – 86 points
Macedonia – 69 points
Albania – 67 points
Portugal – 54 points
Ireland – 54 points
Cyprus – 45 points

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The Serbian duo are so lovely and great friends and their act on stage proved to be quite special and different.

#JESC2017: We speak with @JescIreland's @MuireannMusic, Malta's Gianluca, Portugal's Mariana, Serbia's Irina & Jana, and Italy's Maria #JESC

Junior Eurovision 2017 interviews: Malta, Italy, Ireland, Serbia, Portugal

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Malta: all the time we hear "Dawra Tond" here, you can see someone dancing - or everyone dancing. Gianluca is so charming and he is one of the best in flirting with the cameras. He plays with the audience all the times and, even if there's a choreography, he looks very natural on the stage (he's enjoying the moment, after all). He has such a powerful voice, very mature for his age. The 50's style looks great for the entry and the dancers make everything even more fun. The only problem for Malta is the camera work - it's weak at some points and it doesn't reflect that much the atmosphere of the entry.

Serbia: the best camera work of Junior Eurovision in years! They could capture perfectly every moment of the performance and they gave a lot of attention to the girls, who are so cute and talented. I love the chemistry between them - they are best friends and you can see it on the stage. They are also great performers and they feel very comfortable on the stage, like it was their second house. Overall, it's childish, it's dynamic, it's well performed, it's fun... it's perfect for Junior Eurovision (some people don't think so, as they don't like the song). They do deserve a great result, but I'm not so sure it'll happen

Italy: "Scelgo" has one of the best messages of Junior Eurovision 2017 and the idea of using some images of Maria Iside happy in the background were really cleaver, because it's a great way to help people understanding this message. Maria looks really lovely and, when she stares at the camera, you feel hypnotized - the problem is that, sometimes, she rolls her eyes like she was scared of the stage. She was doing it a lot during the first rehearsal, but on the jury's rehearsal, she didn't do it that much. The vocals are decent, with a little problem with some long notes in the end (nothing serious). I wouldn't use her live performance on the background, I would stick to the official video images (happy Maria running around, having fun with friends and family, and so)

#ESCCovers
#ESCPedia
#JuniorEurovision
#Tbilisi

Malta: all the time we hear "Dawra Tond" here, you can see someone dancing - or everyone dancing. Gianluca is so charming and he is one of the best in flirting with the cameras. He plays with the audience all the times and, even if there's a choreography, he looks very natural on the stage (he's enjoying the moment, after all). He has such a powerful voice, very mature for his age. The 50's style looks great for the entry and the dancers make everything even more fun. The only problem for Malta is the camera work - it's weak at some points and it doesn't reflect that much the atmosphere of the entry.

Serbia: the best camera work of Junior Eurovision in years! They could capture perfectly every moment of the performance and they gave a lot of attention to the girls, who are so cute and talented. I love the chemistry between them - they are best friends and you can see it on the stage. They are also great performers and they feel very comfortable on the stage, like it was their second house. Overall, it's childish, it's dynamic, it's well performed, it's fun... it's perfect for Junior Eurovision (some people don't think so, as they don't like the song). They do deserve a great result, but I'm not so sure it'll happen

Italy: "Scelgo" has one of the best messages of Junior Eurovision 2017 and the idea of using some images of Maria Iside happy in the background were really cleaver, because it's a great way to help people understanding this message. Maria looks really lovely and, when she stares at the camera, you feel hypnotized - the problem is that, sometimes, she rolls her eyes like she was scared of the stage. She was doing it a lot during the first rehearsal, but on the jury's rehearsal, she didn't do it that much. The vocals are decent, with a little problem with some long notes in the end (nothing serious). I wouldn't use her live performance on the background, I would stick to the official video images (happy Maria running around, having fun with friends and family, and so).

Performing fourteenth in the running order for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest are Irina Brodić and Jana Paunović from Serbia! 🇷🇸️️ Want to vote for them? Then check out the voting details and a rehearsal recap below! 📺

Vote for SERBIA: Here’s everything you need to know!

Vote for SERBIA: Here’s everything you need to know!

Voting is now open for the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Yes, for the first time ever, fans from all over the world can cast their votes right now before the live show has begun. But

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