Serbia: Beovizija 2018 Tonight!

Serbia – Serbia’s National Broadcaster, RTS, will host tonight this year’s Beovizija contest. The final will take place in Belgrade and will see 17 acts compete to win the chance to represent the country at this year’s Eurovision in Lisbon.

The show will be hosted at the Sava Center in Belgrade. This is tonight’s line-up:

  1. SevdahBABYHajde da igramo sada 
  2. Rambo Amadeus and Beti ĐorđevićNema te
  3. Maja NikolićZemlja čuda
  4. Srđan Marijanović and EmilBar da znam
  5. Ivan KurtićNi sunca, ni meseca 
  6. Sanja Ilić and BalkanikaNova deca
  7. Koktel BalkanZato
  8. Boris RežakVila
  9. Lana and AldoJača sam od svih
  10. Dušan SvilarPod krošnjom bagrema
  11. Igor LazarevićBeži od mene
  12. Saška JankovićPesma za tebe
  13. LordSamo nek se okreće
  14. Danijel PavlovićRuža sudbine
  15. RaybassUmoran
  16. Osmi Vazduh and FriendsProbudi se
  17. Biber and DJ Niko BravoSvatovi

The show starts at 21:00 (CET) and can be watched here or here. So who should win and represent Serbia in Lisbon? Let’s find out the 1th song for this year Eurovision Song Contest!

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  1. So this is my top 13!

    1. Czechia
    2. Italy
    3. Greece
    4. Spain
    5. Belarus
    6. France
    >>>7. Serbia
    8. UK
    9. Switzerland
    10. Denmark
    11. Albania
    12. Montenegro
    13. Malta

  2. 2nd time and I find it even worse…

  3. Good luck, Serbia!

    Goo night, everyone!

    P.S. Sevak FTW!

  4. Good night everyone!

  5. Yay! I enjoyed the studio and just watched the live, it looks solid. The vocals are great and despite being a bit dated, I like the feel of the melody. The only thing is that the song is flat after s couple of listens, and feels like something that would get lost in the running order, especially in Semi 2 with Montenegro and Slovenia the only friends they have.

    1. Italy
    2. France
    3. Czech Republic
    4. Albania
    5. Switzerland
    6. Denmark
    7. Serbia
    8. Montenegro
    9. Greece
    10. Spain
    11. Belarus
    12. United Kingdom
    13. Malta

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