Local Media in Serbia are reporting that girl band Hurricane, who won the right to represent Serbia at Eurovision 2020, will get their chance to perform on the Eurovision stage in 2021. The popular Serbian tabloid Blic is reporting that Hurricane will return next year for multiple reasons. It is being claimed that the musical trio wanted the chance to return in 2021 whilst the COVID-19 pandemic had also limited national broadcaster, RTS’ funds to re-run Beovizija next spring.
Tonight was the final of Beovizija, the national selection of Serbia for Eurovision, and the winner is the girl group Hurricane with their song "Hasta La Vista". The final featured 12 contestants, including fan favorites Andrija Jo, Hurricane, Neda Ukreden and Thea Devy. Milan Bujaković & Olivera Popović – “Niti” Hurricane – “Hasta la vista” Neda Ukraden – “Bomba” Andrija Jo – “Oči Meduze” Igor Simić – “Ples za rastanak” Thea Devy – “Sudnji dan” EJO – “Trag” LIFT – “Samo mi k
Tonight's second semi-final of Beovizija, the Serbian national selection, took place. As in the first semi final, tonight we also heard 12 competitors, 6 of whom went to the finals, including the fan favourites for the win, Hurricane, with their song "Hasta La Vista". As in semi final 1, the results were decided by 50% televote and 50% jury vote. Finalists:
1. Hurricane "Hasta la Vista"
2. Bane Mojicevic " Cvet sa Prokletija"
3. Ana Milenkovic " Tajna"
4. Lift " Samo mi k
Tonight was the first semi-final of Beovizija, the Serbian national final for Eurovision. 12 competitors competed for their place in the final. With the combined votes of the audience and the jury, we got 6 finalists to compete for the win on Sunday. We had a chance to hear two fan favourites Andrija Jo and Thea Devy, as well as Serbian pop diva Neda Ukraden. Finalists:
1. Igor Simic "Ples za rastanak"
2. Andrija Jo "Oci Meduze"
3. Thea Devy "Sudnji dan"
4. Neda Ukraden "
Today, the Beovizija 2020 songs have been released on the official YouTube channel of Serbian broadcaster RTS (RTS Pesma Evrovizija - Zvanični kanal) Beovizija 2020 will comprise of two semi finals, each with 12 songs, and a grand final. 6 songs from each semi final will qualify to the final, where they will have a one in twelve chance of representing Serbia at Eurovision 2020. The winner will be selected by an equal audience-jury ratio of 50-50. The draw for the two semi-fin
Beovizija, the Serbian national selection for Eurovision, will be held this March. Among the contestants is the popular Serbian girl band Hurricane, who are also a big fan favorite among the Eurovision community. We had the honor of talking to them. Eurovoxx: First of all, congratulations on your participation in Beovizija, what are your first impressions? Hurricane: Thank You. Well, we feel very relaxed at the moment, and we actually expected we're going to pass the first
Among the 24 Beovizija 2020 acts is the young talented singer-songwriter, Thea Devy, who was also shortlisted for the Austrian selection for Rotterdam. We had the honour of talking to her. First of all congratulations on your participation in Beovizija, what are your first impressions? Thank you! I just feel really happy and blessed. It's such an amazing opportunity, not just for me but also for the song itself. I'm really glad it gets a chance to be heard. In general, everyt
Serbian broadcaster RTS have today revealed the four backing singers that will join Nevena Božović on stage in Tel Aviv, and there's a familiar face in the line-up! All of the backing singers have previous experience at Eurovision. Dusan Alagic was a backing singer for Željko Joksimović in 2012. He wrote Tijana Bogićević's Eurovision 2017 song "In Too Deep" as well as producing two Serbian entries for Junior Eurovision. Ivana Vladovic was a backing singer for Knez in 2015 and
The Serbian broascaster, RTS, have received a total of 76 entries for Pesma Evrovizije, their national final for The Eurovision Song Contest 2019. Serbia announced the opening of the song submissions process on August 8th 2019 and after initially setting deadline of November 1st, they decided to extend it until November 15th, to increase the choice and variety of songs. With all the songs now recieved, RTS have working with the artists and their songs to improve them and make
Serbian broadcaster RTS have announced that the submission deadline for Beovizija has been extended by 15 days. The broadcaster is hopeful that these extra 15 days will help to provide them with more suitable songs for Eurovision 2019. RTS have also announced that at present, the submissions process is only being used to select the song and not the singer, and that the broadcaster has the right to change the winning song or singer. The rules of Beovizija will remain the same