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These are the first nine Serbian finalists of “Pesma za Evroviziju ’22”

In this first semifinal of 18 participants, only half of them have managed to reach the final on Saturday. A decision which was in the hands of the jury and televoting in equal parts.

Serbia started today its new selection process for Eurovision 2022, this new stage was full of news: new preselection, new graphic identity, and new scenario.


The first 18 candidates performed today to try to get a place in the final. The decision of the 9 classified for the final on Saturday rested with the jury and the televote, where each one was responsible for 50% of the final decision. Resulting in these finalists:

  1. Biber – Dve godine i šes’ dana (Two Years and Six Days)
  2. Zorja – Zorja
  3. Lift – Drama (Drama)
  4. Aca Lukas – Oskar (Oscar)
  5. Konstrakta – In Corpore Sano (In Healthy Body)
  6. Ivona – Znam (I know)
  7. Angellina – Origami
  8. Marija Mikić – Ljubav me inspiriše (Love Inspires Me)
  9. Ana Stanić – Ljubav bez dodira (Love Without Touch)

After knowing the 9 participants classified in today’s semifinal, the draw for the order of performance of Saturday’s final has been carried out, thus leaving the first assigned places:

  1. TBD
  2. TBD
  3. TBD
  4. TBD
  5. TBD
  6. Lift – Drama
  7. TBD
  8. Zorja – Zorja
  9. Aca Lukas – Oskar
  1. TBD
  2. TBD
  3. Ana Stanić – Ljubav bez dodira
  4. Biber – Dve godine i šes’ dana
  5. Angellina – Origami
  6. TBD
  7. Ivona – Znam
  8. Marija Mikić – Ljubav me inspiriše
  9. Konstrakta – In Corpore Sano

Second semifinal

The remaining 9 classified for the grand final will come out of the second semifinal, which will be held tomorrow, March 4. With the same mechanics, the 18 artists who will try to get that ticket are:

  1. Srđan Lazić – Tražim te (Searching for You)
  2. Julijana Vincan – Istina i laži (Truth and Lies)
  3. Marko Nikolić – Dođi da te volim (Come, So That I Can Love You)
  4. Zoe Kida – Bejbi (Baby)
  5. Orkestar Aleksandra Sofronijevića – Anđele moj (My Angel)
  6.  Goca Tržan – Fitilj (Fuse)
  7. Euterpa – Nedostaješ (Missing)
  8. Dušan Svilar – Samo ne reci da voliš (Just Dont Say You Love)
  9. Ivana Vladović i Jovana Stanimirović – Prijaće ti (It’ll Be Good for You)
  1. Gift – Haos (Chaos)
  2. Zejna Murkić – Nema te (You Are Gone)
  3. Sara Jo – Muškarčina (Manly Man)
  4. Marija Mirković – Požuri, požuri (Hurry, Hurry)
  5. Rocher Etno Band – Hajde sad nek svak peva (Let Everybody Sing)
  6. Vasco – Znaš li (Do You Know)
  7. Tijana Dapčević – Ljubi, ljubi doveka (Kiss, Kiss Forever)
  8. Gramophonedzie – Počinjem da ludim (I’m Going Mad)
  9. Naiva – Skidam (I Take Off)

serbia in eurovision

Serbia has been participating, independently, since 2007, the year in which they won in Helsinki, with Marija Šerifović‘s song “Molitva“. It has been a country that has obtained good positions despite being relatively young in the competition; in addition, in 2012 they won a bronze medal with Željko Joksimović and his “Nije Ljubav Stvar“.

Despite not having participated in the 2014 edition due to economic problems in the country, Serbia returned in the subsequent edition to reach a top 10 position. We cannot forget that, in the last edition of 2021, Hurricane represented the country with “Loco Loco“, a song that allowed them to obtain fifteenth place in the Grand Final of the festival.

These artists were actually selected in the old Beovizija for 2020, an edition that was canceled due to COVID-19, taking up the opportunity to represent Serbia in the later edition.

Serbia performance in the Grand Final of Eurovision 2021 (YouTube)

Eurovision, National Final

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