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🇷🇸 Tonight is the night for Serbia

Tonight is the night for Serbia. Pesma za Evroviziju 24 comes to an end, which means we know the Serbian entry tonight. Out of 16 songs, the Serbians will select their song. The show starts at 21:00 CET and you can watch it on YouTube.

These are the contestants:

nr. Title Artist(s)  
1 Dom Iva Lorens
2 Luna Park Džordži
3 Orlovo gnezdo Breskvica
4 Ramonda Teya Dora
5 Bedem Hristina
6 Dno Marko Mandić
7 Percepcija M.Ira
8 Jutra bez tebe Nemanja Radošević
9 Moje tvoje Milan Bujaković
10 Dijamanti Keni mije mrtav
11 Lik u ogledalu Zorja
12 Najbolja Zejna
13 Novo, bolje Konstrakta
14 No no no Bojana & David
15 Zovi me Lena Lena Kovačević
16 Zbog tebe živim Dušan Kurtić

Zorja was 3rd in 2022.
Zejna
 took part in 2022 (13th) and 2023 (7th).
Konstrakta represented Serbia in the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest with the song “In Corpore Sano”.


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