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Hurricane - Serbia Eurovision 2020. Ready for a good ol’ foot-stomping banger? In Decembar 2019, submissions for the Beovizija 2020 entry closed. Mi smo fanovi Evrovizije i trudićemo se da objavljujemo najnovije informacije o našem predstavniku na ovom takmičenju! Serbia in Eurovision 2020: Hurricane “Hasta la vista” Aside from Eurovision 2016 alum, Sanja Vučić, Hurricane includes Ksenija Knežević and Ivana Nikolić. Their best result is a third place which Serbia reached twice, in 2010 with Sonja Skoric's Carobna Noc / Magical Night and in …

Two of the members have participated in Eurovision before. She’s the daughter of another Eurovision alumni, Montenegro’s 2015 singer Knez. RTS received 90 songs, and a selection comity chose the 24 songs to compete in the Semi-finals. The Serbian broadcaster RTS has revealed the 24 songs competing in this year's Eurovision selection show Beovizija 2020. Pozdrav svima! Serbia originally planned to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020.The Serbian broadcaster Radio Television of Serbia (RTS) will organise and hold the national final Beovizija 2020 in order to select the Serbian entry for the 2020 contest to be held in Rotterdam, Netherlands.However, due to 2019-20 pandemic of Coronavirus, the contest was cancelled. 866 likes. The girl-group Hurricane will represent the Balkan country in Rotterdam with the song “Hasta La Vista”, as they came out as a winner. The winner of Beovizija 2020 will represent Serbia at Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam. Tonight, the final of Serbia’s national selection, Beovizija, took place in Belgrade.



The selection committee, a group of RTS music editors, listened… Read more If Ksenija’s name looks familiar — there’s a reason. The 2020 Serbian Eurovision entry will be determined via a combined jury/ public televoting deliberation. Serbia's first appearance as an independent state in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was in 2006 in Bucharest and have participated nine times since then.

Ksenija was backing singer for her father Knez when he represented Montenegro in 2015, while Sanja represented Serbia in 2016. Sanja Vucic, Ksenija Knezevic, and Ivana Nikolić formed Hurricane in 2017. Serbia’s Eurovision 2020 Entry.

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