Ahead of the final, the starting position in which the 16 competing artists will be performing at has been determined ahead of tonight’s show.
Stefan to open, whilst Zejna to close
The running order for Serbia’s Eurovision 2023 selection was determined by a random draw in each semi-final, where 8 acts from each semi-final was randomly allocated their starting position for tonights show, as follows:
|1||Stefan Shy||“Od Jastuka Do Jastuka”|
(From Pillow to Pillow)
|3||Nadia||“Devojka Tvog Dečka”|
(Your Boyfriend’s Girlfriend)
|4||Duo Grand||“Viva La Vida”|
|5||Nađa||“Moj Prvi Ožiljak Na Duši”|
(My First Soul Scar)
|7||Hurricane||“Zumi Zimi Zami”|
|8||CHEGI & Braća Bluz Bend||“Svadba Ili Kavga”|
(A Wedding Or A Fight)
|10||Luke Black||“Samo Mi Se Spava”|
(“I’m Just Sleepy”)
|11||Filip Baloš||“Novi Plan Drugi San”|
(New Plan, Second Dream)
|12||Princ||“Cvet Sa Istoka”|
(Flower From the East)
|15||Empathy Soul Project||“Indigo”|
Pesma za Evroviziju 2023 will conclude this evening (March 4) at 21:05CET, where all 16 remaining artists compete to represent Serbia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in Liverpool.
Serbia’s Eurovision Journey
In 2007, Serbia made its debut as an independent country (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 14 times (11 of which, where they qualified for the Grand Final).
Their most recent participation saw them being represented by Konstrakta, with the song “In Corpore Sano”. At this year’s competition, Serbia managed to qualify for the Grand Final, where they placed 5th after receiving 312 points from the jury and televoters.
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News Source: RTS
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