In recent days Bojana Stamenov has released the French and Spanish versions of her song “Beauty Never Lies” — and today she released the glossy official video. Shot in Dundjerski Castle in Kulpin, it features Bojana rocking red sequins in a stately room. As she hits the high notes and works the head bobs, we see a romance unfolding between a ballet dancer (who can kick her legs above her head) and a chiseled and shirtless man covered in dirt. It’s fun. It’s sexy. It’s high-octane. And we love it! This manages to unite fun and sophisticated in one fell swoop and is a good sign of things to come in Vienna.

Beauty Never Lies — Official Video

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beccaboo1212
5 years ago

To me, Bojana’s like a Serbian Aretha Franklin! 🙂

Eugene ESC UK
Eugene ESC UK
5 years ago

Forgot to say in my review………….Did you know? The music for ”Beauty Never Lies” was written by Serbian composer Vladimir Grai?, who also wrote the music for “Molitva” that won for Serbia in 2007. The lyrics for ”Beauty Never Lies” were written by American lyricist Charlie Mason who also wrote the lyrics for “Rise like a Phoenix” that won last year. Did you also know that Charlie Mason also co-wrote “Here for you” the Slovenian entry this year? When Vladimir Grai? was asked why in English? He said “Since then, (2007) a lot of things have changed.” Also judging by… Read more »

Vicente
Vicente
5 years ago

Love it!!!!!! The version part is quite bizarre, but the music part is amazing 🙂
Bojana’s team makes the version of the song better and better every time!!

wozzeck
wozzeck
5 years ago

Yes, the last minute of this song is 90s and dated, but it works so well for me. I love that final kick and I hope it qualifies. Come on people, what’s to hate in here?

Otna
Otna
5 years ago

Love it and love Bojana <3

mocosuburbian
mocosuburbian
5 years ago

that being said this is a much better video and it’ll probably eventually take Serbia out of my bottom 10

much more sophisticated
I just wish it was still in Serbian

mocosuburbian
mocosuburbian
5 years ago

1:46 to 1:52 is really unecessary
i would imagine it went something like this:
“Doesn’t the ESC have a large gay/bisexual fanbase?”
“Yeah, but nobody likes our current video. What should we do?”
“Abs. Abs everywhere.”
it doesn’t really fit in with the rest of the video either
Spain is also victim to the get-votes-via-semi-nude-guys syndrome

jj
jj
5 years ago

It is like she is the fairy godmother for the girl in the gloomy mansion. People on youtube were complaining the other video was “cheap” even though it was just a collection of what various people sent in and meant to be fun and allow them to contribute.

TaTaPu
TaTaPu
5 years ago
EF0912
EF0912
5 years ago

@Mar
I totally agree with you. I feel like as though the video doesn’t convey the true message of the song well enough.

Comi
Comi
5 years ago

It’s pretty smart of Serbia to release versions and videos one by one. The reason is given in the comment below this one. The news about Serbian entry are everywhere, making the song more popular.

Leaf
Leaf
5 years ago

Why are half the news this week about the Serbian Entry ?

Mar
Mar
5 years ago

Saying this feels like beating a dead horse, but I’m dissapointed in this video. If the message of the song is “everyone is beautiful” or “beauty comes in all shapes and forms”, why do the protagonists of the video perfectly fit the preconceived western standard of attractiveness? Does anyone really believe those two models have a hard time with self confidence in their looks? I don’t think so.
Showing a love story with people who don’t look like they stepped out of Vogue would have been more coherent with the message Bojana and her song want to get through.

Deniz@TurkNL
5 years ago

Oh! It makes me like the song again. The other video just was the problem.

Daniel
Daniel
5 years ago

I love it!! Especially the peace sign at the end!!