Eurovision 2021 is less than a month away, bringing together 39 countries from all around Europe. The list of participating countries includes four of the former Yugoslav republics.
We asked you which of these countries has the best entry at Eurovision 2021. Our readers turned up in great numbers, casting 5,447 votes. In the end, you sent a clear message in the form of a clear winner.
Albina’s “Tick-Tock” is the best entry from the former Yugoslavia at Eurovision 2021
According to our readers, this one’s a no-brainer. Croatia’s Albina secured over half of all votes cast, with 2,964 votes (54.42%). Croatia is hoping that the pop banger can take it to a Eurovision final for the first time since 2017. Our readers certainly think that Albina is in with a chance. Albina is the only artist in this group who was not due to represent her country in 2020. She has certainly made her presence felt in 2021.
Neighbouring Serbia finished second in the poll. Hurricane sent our fans crazy with “Loco Loco”, accumulating 1,550 votes (28.46%). The trio consisting of Sanja Vucic, Ivana Nikolic and Ksenija Knezevic bring plenty of sass and some Eurovision experience to the table. Serbia is the only former Yugoslav republic competing in the second semi-final, with “Loco Loco” gifted a late first half slot in the running order.
Poll results: What is your favourite entry from the former Yugoslav republics at Eurovision 2021?
- Croatia: Albina – “Tick-Tock” – 2,964 votes (54.42%)
- Serbia: Hurricane – “Loco Loco” – 1,550 votes (28.46%)
- Slovenia: Ana Soklic – “Amen” – 650 votes (11.93%)
- North Macedonia: Vasil – “Here I Stand” – 283 votes (5.19%)
What do you think of the poll results? Which is your favourite? Let us know in the comments.