After two star-spangled nights of the best of Serbian music, there’s only one Beovizija 2020 show remaining and this is the big one.
Tonight twelve acts that have managed to advance from the two semi-finals take to the stage for the final of Beovizija 2020. And now we want to know who you’d like to see flying the Serbian flag this May.
Will we be seeing a familiar face representing Serbia this year in Rotterdam or will someone fresh take hold of the reigns for the Balkan republic?
Be sure to have a listen through all the songs and cast your vote in our poll below! You can vote for as many acts as you like, but you can only vote once. Tick the box next to each act you want to support before pressing submit. We’ll close the poll prior to the show.
Beovizija 2020: All songs and participants
You can listen to all 12 entries still in the running to represent Serbia in Rotterdam in the YouTube playlist embedded below.
Full list of Beovizija 2020 finalists
|Milan Bujaković & Olivera Popović||“Niti”||“Neither, nor”|
|Hurricane||“Hasta la vista”||“Until next time”|
|Andrija Jo||“Oči Meduze”||“Eyes of Medusa|
|Igor Simić||“Ples za rastanak”||“Final dance”|
|Thea Devy||“Sudnji dan”||“Judgement day”|
|LIFT||“Samo mi kaži”||“Just tell me”|
|Naiva||“Baš, baš”||“Really, really”|
|Bane Mojićević||“Cvet sa Prokletija”||“Flower from Prokletije”|
Beovizija 2020: Format and voting
The result of the competition will be determined by both a jury and the public, with 50% of the vote coming from industry experts and the remainder from televoting. It is unknown, as of yet, who the jurors are or how many there will be, but the manner in which the votes will be announced is going to be the same as last year.
After the jurors have allocated all their points, these will be converted into 12, 10 and 8-1 based upon an entrant’s jury ranking. With that, the televoting results will follow in a similar fashion, with the highest ranked act receiving 12 points, the second highest receiving 10, and so on. The artist with the highest amount of points at the end will win the right to represent Serbia at Eurovision 2020 in Rotterdam this May. It is important to note, however, that RTS have stated, should there be any issues with the winning performer or song, they have the right to choose who ultimately wins the ticket to The Netherlands.
Once again, Beovizija will be broadcast from RTS’s Studio 8, with viewers being able to watch the contest on RTS 1 or on the broadcaster’s online portal RTS Planeta. Four hosts will guide viewers for the show, namely Dragan Kosjerina, Kristina Radenković, Stefan Popović and Jovan Radomir — who you may remember from Eurovision 2016’s press conferences and as a Serbian jury member for Sweden’s Melodifestivalen. The show will begin at 21:00 CET, so clear your calendars!