🇷🇸 Serbia to Hold ‘Song for Eurovision ’22’ in Early March

🇷🇸 Serbia to Hold ‘Song for Eurovision ’22’ in Early March

Earlier this week, Serbian broadcaster RTS teased details of their upcoming Eurovision selection process. Subsequently, RTS revealed on midnight on Friday that they will hold the national final ‘Song for Eurovision ’22’ with 36 competing entries over three shows.

The Dates and Acts for ‘Song for Eurovision 22’

RTS additionally confirmed that ‘Song for Eurovision ’22’ will consist of two semi-finals on March 3rd and 4th, with the Grand Final on March 5th. RTS also revealed the artists and songs that were selected to compete. They are:

  1. Naiva – “Skidam (I Take Off)”
  2. Biber – “Dve godine i šes’ dana (Two Years and Six Days)”
  3. Marija Mirković – “Požuri, požuri (Hurry, Hurry)”
  4. Gift “Haos (Chaos)”
  5. Boris Subotić – “Vrati mi (Give Me Back)”
  6. Marko Nikolić – “Dođi da te volim (Come, So That I Can Love You)”
  7. Vasco – “Znaš li (Do You Know)”
  8. Bane Lalić i MVP – “Tu gde je ljubav tu ne postoji mrak (Where There Is Love, These Is No Darkness)”
  9. Ivana Vladović i Jovana Stanimirović – “Prijaće ti (It’ll Be Good For You)”
  10. Marija Mikić – “Ljubav me inspiriše (Love Inspires Me)”
  11. Julija – “Brižna (Caring)”
  12. Angellina – “Origami”
  13. Vis limunada – “Pesma ljubavi (The Song of Love)”
  14. Aleksandar Vuksanović Aca Lukas – “Oskar”
  15. Igor Simić – “Nisam ja (It Wasn’t Me)”
  16. Goca Tražan – “Fitilj (Fuse)”
  17. Sanja Bogosavljević – “Priđi mi (Approach Me)”
  18. Dušan Svilar – “Samo ne reci da voliš (Just Don’t Say You Love)”
  19. Srđan Lazić – “Tražim te (Searching For You)”
  20. Julijana Vincan – “Istina i laži (Truth and Lies)”
  21. Jelena Pajić – “Pogledi (Looks)”
  22. Bojana Mašković – “Dama (Lady)”
  23. Zoe kida (Ana Radonjić) – “Bejbi (Baby)”
  24. Orkestar Aleksandra Sofronijevića – “Anđele moj (My Angel)”
  25. Sara Jo – “Muškarčina/Zabranjeno voće (Manly Man/Forbidden Fruit)”
  26. Mia – “Blanko (Blank)”
  27. Zejna Murkić – “Nema te (You Are Gone)”
  28. Gramophonedzie – “Počinjem da ludim (I’m Going Mad)”
  29. Stefan Zdravković (Princ od Vranje) – “Ljubi svog čoveka (Kiss Your Guy)”
  30. Zorja Pajić – “Zorja”
  31. Lift – “Drama”
  32. Konstrakta – “Corpore Sano”
  33. Ivona Pantelić – “Znam (I Know)”
  34. Rocher Etno Band – “Hajde sad nek svak peva (Let Everybody Sing)”
  35. Ana Stanić – “Put bez povratka (One Way Road)”
  36. Euterpa – “Nedostaješ (Missing)”

Who Might Viewers Recognize?

There are several recognizable names among the artists including a past Eurovision representative.

Firstly, Sara Jo participated in the Eurovision 2013 as part of the group Moje 3 along with Eurovision 2019 representative Nevena Bozovic. However, the group failed to qualify for the grand final, placing 11th in their semi-final with 46 points.

Sanja Bogosavljević also participated in Eurovision as one of the backing vocalists in 2007 for Marija Serifovic, who won the contest with “Molitva”. Bogosavljevic then joined with the four other backing singers to form the group Beauty Queens, which placed third in Beovizija 2008.

Gramophonedzie should also a familiar name to keen listeners. Previously, Gramophonedzie released the hit song “Why Don’t You”, which reached number 12 in the UK Singles chart in 2010.

Serbia in the Eurovision Song Contest

Serbia made its debut as an independent country in 2007 (they previously participated through Yugoslavia & Serbia & Montenegro), where they were represented by Marija Šerifović with “Molitva, which managed to win the competition. Since their debut, Serbia has participated 13 times (10 of which, where they qualified for the Grand Final).

Their recent participation saw them being represented by Hurricane (who was due to represent them in 2020), with the song “Loco Loco”. At this year’s competition, Serbia managed to qualify for the Grand Final, where they subsequently managed to place 15th after receiving 102 points from the jury and televoters.

Are you excited for ‘Song for Eurovision ’22’? Who are you rooting for? Let us know in the comments or on social media. Be sure to follow THAT Eurovision Site on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

News Source: Eurovision.tv / RTS

Photo Source: EBU / Thomas Hanses

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