In this series from Eurovision Ireland, we will be taking a look at the participating countries and their entries that have avoided the dreaded ‘Nul Points’ in the Grand Final – thanks to just one other participating country. Today we look at Yugoslavia.
In 1970, Yugoslavia was represented by Eva Srsen in Amsterdam. “Pridi, dala ti bom cvet” would have been awarded the dreaded Nul Points had it not been for the British Jury awarding Yugoslavia 4 points. Yugoslavia finished 11th out of a field of 12.
In 1991, Yugoslavia was represented by Baby Doll in Rome. “Brazil” would have been awarded the dreaded Nul Points had it not been for the Maltese Jury awarding Yugoslavia just 1 point. Yugoslavia finished 21st out of a field of 22.
Author: Richard Taylor
Source: Eurovision Ireland