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Serbia: Pesma za Evroviziju ’23 will have it’s final

Tonight Serbia will also select a song for the Eurovision Song Contest. Through the national final Pesma za Evroviziju, which contains 16 songs, a 50/50 jury/televoting jury will select the song.

The show starts at 21:05 CET and you can watch it on YouTube. You will find the entries below:

1 Stefan Shy Od jastuka do jastuka
2 Boris Subotić Nedostupan
3 Nadia Devojka tvog dečka
4 Duo Grand Viva la vida
5 Nađa Moj prvi ožiljak na duši
6 Frajle Neka, neka
7 Hurricane Zumi Zimi Zami
8 Chegi & Braća Bluz Band Svadba ili kavga
9 Dzipsii Greh
10 Luke Black Samo mi se spava
11 Filip Baloš Novi plan, drugi san
12 Princ Cvet sa istoka
13 Filarri Posle mene
14

 

Gift Liberta
15 Empathy Soul Project Indigo
16 Zejna Rumba

Boris Subotić was 10th in last year’s semifinal.
Hurricane won the 2020 national final with “Hasta la vista”. Due to COVID19 the festival was cancelled and Hurricane got a 2nd chance with “Loco Loco” in 2021. Note that the girls are not the girls of the original group, but new singers.
Chegi & Braća Bluz Band
 were 10th in last year’s final.
Gift became 13th last year.
Zejna took part in last year’s national final and became 14th.

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