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Serbia | Nevena Božović wins 'Beovizija 2019' with 'Kruna'!


Serbia has decided! Nevena Božović will represent the country at Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv, after winning Beovizija 2019 with the song 'Kruna'.

Give it a listen here:

After two semi-finals and the total of 24 competing acts, tonight we saw 12 finalists in the race to win the ticket to represent Serbia at the at the 64th Eurovision Song Contest.


The show was broadcast from RTS Studio in Belgrade and hosted by Dragana Kosjerina, Ana Babić, Ivan Mihailović and Nebojša Milovanović.

This was the full lineup:

1. Saška Janks - "Da li čuješ moj glas"

2. Majdan - "Budim te"

3. Sofija Perić - "Aritmija"

4. Dženan Lončarević - "Nema suza"

5. Ivana Vladović & Wonder Strings - "Moja bol"

6. Jana Šušteršić - "Viktorija"

7. Lord - "Radnički sin"

8. Nevena Božović - "Kruna"

9. Ana Popović - "Lutaš"

10. Ivan Kurtić - "Bela"

11. Nataša & Una - "Samo bez straha"

12. Aleksandra Sekulić - "Tugo"

The winner was decided through a combination of both the jury and the televoting, each having a 50% influence in the decision. The expert jury consisted of Miroslav Miša Aleksić, Bojana Stamenov, Dejan Ivanović, Goca Tržan and Aleksandar Milić Mili.


Željko Joksimović, who participated at the Eurovision song contest two times as the singer, five times as a composer and also as the host of the show in Belgrade 2008, performed tonight as the interval act, with his Eurovision entries 'Lane moje' and 'Nije ljubav stvar'.


Last year, Serbia was represented by Sanja Ilić & Balkanika with their ethno-ballad 'Nova deca', and finished 19th in the final of Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon.


Serbia is set to compete in the first half of the first semi-final on 14 May.

Are you happy with tonight's result? Who was your favourite in Serbia? Please tell us your thoughts in the comments below.


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