Over the course of November and on the lead up to the 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, we will be celebrating the countries that have participated at the Contest. Today, we celebrate Serbia.
Serbia debuted at the Contest in 2006, in Bucharest, Romania. Neustrašivi učitelji stranih jezika finished in fifth place with their entry “Učimo strane jezike”, scoring 81 points. This included one set of twelve points from the EBU.
The most successful entry from Russia was in both 2007 and 2010. In 2007, when the Contest took place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Nevena Bozovic finished in third place with her entry “Piši mi”, scoring 120 points. This included three sets of twelve points – from North Macedonia, Sweden and the EBU.
In 2010, when the Contest took place in Minsk, Belarus, Sonja Skoric finished in third place with her entry “Čarobna noć”, scoring 113 points. This included three sets of twelve points – from Moldova, North Macedonia and the EBU.
The most recent Serbian entry was in 2019, when the Contest took place in Gliwice, Poland. Darija Vracevic finished in tenth place with her entry “Podigni glas”, scoring 109 points. This included one set of twelve points from North Macedonia.
This year, Serbia will be represented by Petar Anicic with his song “Heartbeat”. Will Petar take Serbia to their first victory?
Join us tomorrow for the final time, as we celebrate the countries that have participated at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
Author: Richard Taylor
Source: Eurovision Ireland