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Who should win Beovizija 2020 and represent Serbia at Eurovision?

After two starry nights of the best Serbian music there is only one left Beovizija 2020 Show stays and this is the big one.

Tonight, twelve acts that made it through the two semi-finals will take to the stage for the 2020 Beovizija final. And now we want to know who you would like to see flying the Serbian flag this May.

Will we see a familiar face in Rotterdam this year who represents Serbia, or will someone take over the rule of the Balkan republic again?

Be sure to listen to all of the songs and vote in our poll below! You can vote on as many acts as you want, but you can only vote once. Before clicking Submit, check the box next to each action you want to support. We’ll close the poll before the show.

Beovizija 2020: All songs and participants

You can listen to all 12 entries still pending to represent Serbia in Rotterdam in the YouTube playlist embedded below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=videoseries

Full list of Beovizija 2020 finalists

Artists song translation
Milan Bujakovic & Olivera Popovic “Yet” “Neither nor”
hurricane “As long as” “Until next time”
Neda Ukraden “Bomb” “Bomb”
Andrija Jo “Eyes of the jellyfish” “Eyes of Medusa
Igor Simić “Farewell dance” “Final Dance”
Thea Devy “Judgment Day” “Judgment Day”
EJO “Shoot” “Track”
ELEVATOR “Just tell me” “Just tell me”
Ana Milenković “Secret” “Secret”
Naive “Exactly exactly” “Really really”
Marko Markovic “Cake” “Cake”
Bane Mojicevic “Flower from Prokletije” “Flower from Prokletije”

Beovizija 2020: format and voting

The outcome of the competition is determined by both a jury and the public. 50% of the votes come from industry experts and the rest from televoting. It is not yet known who the judges will be or how many there will be, but the way the votes will be announced will be the same as last year.

After the judges have awarded all of their points, these will be converted to 12, 10, and 8-1 based on an entrant’s jury ranking. Thus, the televoting results follow in a similar fashion, with the act with the highest rank receiving 12 points, the second highest 10 points, and so on. The artist with the highest number of points at the end will be given the right to represent Serbia at Eurovision 2020 in Rotterdam in May. It is important to note, however, that RTS has stated that they have the right to choose who will ultimately win the ticket for the Netherlands in case there is any problem with the winner or song.

Beovizija will again be broadcast from RTS’s Studio 8. Viewers can follow the competition on RTS 1 or on the RTS Planeta broadcaster’s online portal. Four presenters will guide the show’s viewers, namely Dragan Kosjerina, Kristina Radenković, Stefan Popović and Jovan Radomir – whom you may remember at the Eurovision 2016 press conferences and as the Serbian jury member for the Swedish Melodifestivalen. The show begins at 9:00 p.m. CET. So delete your calendars!

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