Best Eurovision Songs - Over the last 2 months over 50 people have voted for their favourite Eurovision songs. Over the next weeks we will reveal your “Top 25 Best Eurovision Songs Ever!”.
We’re entering the Top 3 now! and your bronze medal goes to Marija Serifovic and Molitva (Prayer). 2006 in Athens: An earthquake rattles the Eurovision Song Contest: Lordi, a hard rock band consisting of monsters, wins the good old Eurovision Song Contest (and come 21st in our vote). After this shock for some fans, Marija Serifovic brought credibility back to the Eurovision Song Contest. Her song was in Serbian (first non-English winner since 1996), it was a ballad and she didn’t show half of her body let alone her breasts, which is (let’s be honest) not the recipe for a win at the modern Eurovision Song Contest. Nevertheless, the song won because of Marija’s strong voice and the great and intimate performance. Many of Šerifović’s fans were disappointed tough, with her decision to support Mr. Tomislav Nikolić for president, considering that his party, the Serbian Radical Party’s platform is traditionally based on a Greater Serbia ideal (considered dangerous by some countries located near Serbia). There was also speculations about Marija’s homosexuality, that were never proven.
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And here it is: Your song number 3: Marija Serifovic – Molitva