Take a look at Hurricane’s first rehearsal from Serbia

A few moments ago, the EBU published visual content about the first rehearsals of the Serbian delegation on the stage of Eurovision Song Contest 2021.

Here you can see a fragment of the first Serbian rehearsal:

Below you can see a gallery of images about their first contact with the stage and the cameras.



As with most tropical cyclones, Hurricane were formed in the Caribbean (specifically on the island of Saint Martin), where members Sanja Vučić, Ivana Nikolić and Ksenija Knežević met in 2017.

Sanja Vučić was born on 8 August, 1993, in Kruševac, Serbia. She finished secondary music school in Kruševac in the Department of Solo Singing. She also speaks Spanish, Portuguese and Italian, and holds 2 certificates from the British Council for English language proficiency. At the Eurovision Song Contest 2016, she represented Serbia with the song Goodbye, where she came 18th in the Grand Final.

Ivana Nikolić was born on 16 April, 1995, in Niš, Serbia. At the age of 14, she joined a dance school called Boom 018 in Niš, where she continued to dance for the next 6 years. During her dance education, she participated in national and European competitions where she won numerous awards, becoming a multiple-time dance champion.

Ksenija Knežević was born on 24 January, 1996, in Belgrade, Serbia. She finished Dr Vojislav Vučković Music School as part of the Piano Department. She has participated in numerous festivals, such as Niški susreti, Čarolija and Beovizija. In 2015, she started singing as a backing vocalist at festivals and concerts. One of them was her father, Knez and his song Adio, which is the most successful entry for Montenegro so far.

Don’t forget you can download the official ESCplus handbook at the following link. Here you can find all the information regarding the Eurovision Song Contest 2021, biographies, points tables and everything you need to experience the event to the fullest.

Eurovision 2021, Rotterdam

Scorecard ESC 2021 (SF2)

The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and the contest’s organisers (NPO, NOS and AVROTROS) announced last january a final decision regarding the scenario that will ensure the health and safety of all people that will be involved in the Eurovision Song Contest next May in Rotterdam. From all the initial four scenarios they considered at the beginning, the organisers have decided to implement ‘Scenario B’.

The health safety and protocols that will be followed match with the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment guidelines for similar large-scale events such as sports competitions.

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Eurovision 2021 - Semi-Final 2
Switzerland: Gjon’s Tears - Tout l’Univers
San Marino: Senhit - Adrenalina
Greece: Stefania Liberakakis - Last dance
Iceland: Daði og Gagnamagnið - 10 Years
Bulgaria: VICTORIA - Growing Up Is Getting Old
Finland: Blind Channel - Dark Side
Serbia: Hurricane - Loco Loco
Moldova: Natalia Gordienko - Sugar
Albania: Anxhela Peristeri - Karma
Latvia: Samanta Tīna - The Moon Is Rising
Portugal: The Black Mamba - Love Is On My Side
Czech Republic: Benny Cristo - omaga
Denmark: Fyr & Flamme - Øve Os På Hinanden
Austria: Vincent Bueno - Amen
Estonia: Uku Suviste - The Lucky One
Poland: Rafał Brzozowski - The Ride
Georgia: Tornike Kipiani - You
Number of voters: 447

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