The Serbian national final, Beovizija, was held tonight with seventeen acts competing for the right to become the country’s next representative in Lisbon this May. Dragana Kosjerina, Kristina Radenković, Branko Veseliović and Aleksandar Stojanović served as the hosts for a star-studded evening.

Tonight’s show was opened by RTS’s choir and dancing group Una Saga Serbica performing the Serbian winning entry from 2007, “Molitva”.

Besides the seventeen competing acts, as the interval act several former Eurovision representatives performed their songs – Tijana Bogićević, Sanja Vučić, Bojana Stamenov, Moje 3, Milan Stanković, Marko Kon and Jelena Tomašević, as well as Regina (Bosnia & Herzegovina 2009), Sergej Ćetković & Knez (Montenegro 2014, 2015) and Jacques Houdek (Croatia 2017).

After the votes of five jury members they were transferred into one set and it looked like this:

12 Sanja Ilić & Balkanika – Nova deca
10 Saška Janx – Pesma za tebe
8 Ivan Kurtić – Ni sunca ni meseca
7 Dušan Svilar – Pod krošnjom bagrema
6 Lord – Samo nek se okreće
5 Biber ft. DJ Niko Bravo – Svatovi
4 Boris Režak – Vila
3 Beti Đorđević & Rambo Amadeus – Nema te
2 Danijel Pavlović – Ruža sudbine
1 Koktel Balkan – Zato

Televoting points :

12 Balkanika – Nova deca
10 Saška Janx – Pesma za tebe
8 Dušan Svilar – Pod krošnjom bagrema
7 Biber ft. DJ Niko Bravo – Svatovi
6 Lord – Samo nek se okreće
5 Boris Režak – Vila
4 Danijel Pavlović – Ruža sudbine
3 Maja Nikolić – Zemlja čuda
2 Ivan Kurtić – Ni sunca ni meseca
1 Beti Đorđević & Rambo Amadeus – Nema te

Combining the results, the winners are Sanja Ilić and Balkanika with the modern pop song with ethnic elements “Nova deca”, thus they will fly to Lisbon and represent Serbia this May!

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