Serbia

Serbia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest for years as part of Yugoslavia. Between 1961 and 1992 the entries for Yugoslavia were sung in Serbian six times. From 1993 on most of the former republics started to participate independently (after the split from Yugoslavia), but for years Serbia and Montenegro were excluded, because of the war in the Balkans. When in 2003 this boycott got lifted, Serbia participated for a few years as part of the confederation Serbia and Montenegro. Montenegro separated from Serbia in 2006 and since 2007 both countries entered individually.

Serbia’s debut in 2007 immediately led to a victory; Marija Šerifović sang her song Molitva to a first place. In the folllowing years Serbia most of the times reached the final, but in 2012 there was a beautiful third place finish for the very popular singer Željko Joksimović.

(T: Inès Verstraete)

Performance

Entries 12
Average Performance 55.1%

Entries

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HurricaneLoco loco
(Nemanja Antonić /Sanja Vučić)
HurricaneHasta la vista
(Nemanja Antonić/Kosana Stojić/Sanja Vučić)
Nevena BožovićKruna
(Nevena Božović/Darko Dimitrov)
18th
89
Sanja Ilić & BalkanikaNova deca
(Aleksandar Sanja Ilić/Tatjana Karajanov Ilić/Danica Krstajić)
19th
113
Tijana BogićevićIn too deep
(Borislav Milanov/Joacim Persson/Lisa Desmond/Johan Alkenaes)
11th
98
Sanja Vučić ZAAGoodbye (Shelter)
(Ivana Peters)
18th
115
Bojana StamenovBeauty lever lies
(Vladimir Graić/Charlie Mason)
10th
53
Moje 3Ljubav je svuda
(Saša Milošević Mare/Marina Tucaković)
11th
46
Željko JoksimovićNije ljubav stvar
(Željko Joksimović/Marina Tucaković/Miloš Roganović)
3rd
214
NinaČaroban
(Kristina Kovač)
14th
85
Milan StankovićOvo je Balkan
(Goran Bregović/Marina Tucaković/Ljiljana Jorgovanović)
13th
72
Marko Kon & MilaanCipela
(Marko Kon/Aleksandar Kobac/Milan Nikolić )
10th
60
Jelena Tomašević feat. Bora DugicOro
(Željko Joksimović/Dejan Ivanović)
6th
160
Marija ŠerifovićMolitva
(Vladimir Graić/Saša Milošević Mare)
1st
268

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