Serbia has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 14 times since making its debut in 2007. It previously participated as part of Yugoslavia (both the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia from 1961 to 1991 and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1992) and as Serbia and Montenegro (2004–2006). They won the contest on their debut as an independent country in 2007, with “Molitva” by Marija Šerifović. The country’s other top five results are third place in 2012 with “Nije ljubav stvar” by Željko Joksimović, and fifth place in 2022 with “In corpore sano” by Konstrakta. Serbia’s other top ten results are sixth place (2008) and tenth place (2015).
This Weeks Highlights
Scott FitzgeraldFan Favourite
Scott Fitzgerald is a Scottish singer and musical actor, who experienced international music chart success in the 1970s and later represented the UK at the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest.
They are best known for representing Serbia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam, Netherlands, with the song “Loco Loco”. In 2022, the three original members left the group and were replaced by three new members: Anđela Keleman, Antonela Jurišić and Miona Srećković.
|1||In My Dreams||Wig Wam||2005 Norway|
|2||Strings Of My Heart||Vanna||2001 Croatia|
|3||Nova Deca||Sanja Ilic & Balkanika||2018 Serbia|
|4||Kruna||Nevena Bozovic||2019 Serbia|
|5||Loco Loco||Hurricane||2021 Serbia|
|6||Dance Alone||Jana Burcheska||2017 North Macedonia|
|7||Marianne||Sergio Endrigo||1968 Italy|
|8||Willing||Ilse DeLange||2022 Non Contest|
|9||Para Llenarme De Ti||Ramon||2004 Spain|
|10||Boys Do Cry||Marius Bear||2022 Switzerland|
|11||Ik wil alles met je delen||Maywood||1990 Netherlands|
|12||Never Forget||Greta Salome & Jonsi||2012 Iceland|
|13||Go!||Scott Fitzgerald||1988 United Kingdom|
|14||All To You||The Rounder Girls||2000 Austria|
|15||Love Injected||Aminata Savadogo||2015 Latvia|