The last national final to get underway this year is Serbia’s Pesma za Evroviziju 24. There are 28 acts in contention, but by the end of this week one of them will have emerged victorious and secured a ticket to Eurovision 2024.

We previously set up a poll to gauge the thoughts of our readers on who they wanted to lift the trophy.

After recording a grand total of 2,092 votes, we now know who has emerged as your favourites.

Teya Dora is a favourite to win Pesma za Evroviziju 24

As soon as the line-up for PzE 24 was revealed, Teya Dora stood out as one to watch. The star has become a known name in the Serbian music industry over recent years, racking up millions of streams and video views.

Her contest entry “Ramonda” hasn’t disappointed, with many falling in love with the ballad.

Teya rose to the top of our poll and secured 442 votes, which is 21.13% of the total.

The silver medal goes to a returning champion. Konstrakta already knows what it’s like to win this competition and head to Eurovision after earning the Pesma za Evroviziju trophy in 2022.

She’s now back with the captivating track “Novo, bolje”, and many of our readers are backing her to once again come out in pole position.

Konstrakta received 360 votes — 17.21% of all those cast.

Breskvica picks up the bronze in this poll.

The audio video for her entry, “Gnezdo orlovo”, has racked up  almost five million views — five times more than her nearest competitor.

Here, though, Breskvica picked up 15.58% of the votes, 326 in total.

Fan-favourite returnees Zorja, Filip Baloš, and Zejna round out the top six. They were the only other acts to receive more than 100 votes each.

Full results: Who should win Serbia’s PzE 24?

  1. Teya Dora – “Ramonda” | 21.13%, 442 votes
  2. Konstrakta – “Novo, bolje” | 17.21%, 360 votes
  3. Breskvica – “Gnezdo orlovo” | 15.58%, 326 votes
  4. Zorja – “Lik u ogledalu” | 14.39%, 301 votes
  5. Filip Baloš – “Duga je noć” | 8.65%, 181 votes
  6. Zejna – “Najbolja” | 6.12%, 128 votes
  7. Bojana & David – “No No No” | 2.10%, 44 votes
  8. Iva Lorens – “Dom” | 1.72%, 36 votes
  9. Filarri – “Ko je ta žena?” | 1.39%, 29 votes
  10. Džordži – “Luna park” | 1.24%, 26 votes
  11. Kat Dosa – “Tajni začin” | 1.20%, 25 votes
  12. CHAI – “Sama” | 1.10%, 23 votes
  13. Lena Kovačević – “Zovi me Lena” | 1.05%, 22 votes
  14. Yanx – “Kolo” | 1.00%, 21 votes
  15. Keni nije mrtav – “Dijamanti” | 1.00%, 21 votes
  16. Hristina – “Bedem” | 0.96%, 20 votes
  17. Marko Mandić – “Dno” | 0.81%, 17 votes
  18. Kavala – “Vavilon” | 0.48%, 10 votes
  19. Saša Báša & Virtual Ritual – “Elektroljubav” | 0.43%, 9 votes
  20. M.IRA – “Percepcija” | 0.38%, 8 votes
  21. Durlanski – “Muzika” | 0.38%, 8 votes
  22. Nadia – “Sudari” | 0.33%, 7 votes
  23. Milan Bujaković – “Moje tvoje” | 0.29%, 6 votes
  24. Ivana Vladović – “Jaka” | 0.29%, 6 votes
  25. Martina Vrbos – “Da me voliš” | 0.24%, 5 votes
  26. Nemanja Radošević – “Jutra bez tebe” | 0.19%, 4 votes
  27. Hydrogen – “Nemoguća misija” | 0.19%, 4 votes
  28. Dušan Kurtić – “Zbog tebe živim” | 0.14%, 3 votes

Total Votes: 2,092

Do you agree with the results? Is Teya Dora your top pick to win Pesma za Evroviziju 24? Let us know in the comments below.

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Kaza
Kaza
1 month ago

BRESKVICA POBEDJUJE NA EVROVIZIJI… A DORJA DZABE IDE VIDE ?ETE…

snowflake
snowflake
1 month ago

am i the only one who doesnt know who teya is??

Marian Belitul
1 month ago

germany is worst this year …#

Sweater
Sweater
1 month ago

But is it a popularity contest? Because ofc Teya is getting the win then. But not when Zorja is out here serving vocals, looks, charm, uniqueness and diversity. This is MOTHER’S year periodt.

Sweater
Sweater
1 month ago
Reply to  Sweater

Tho don’t get me wrong Teya’s song is beautiful too, a very close second for me.

No name
No name
1 month ago

Teya Dora have highest chance to win due to her viral song.

snowflake
snowflake
1 month ago
Reply to  No name

i never heard that song in my life

Anna Karenina
Anna Karenina
1 month ago

Is this Teya from Teya and Salena?

Non
Non
1 month ago
Reply to  Anna Karenina

Teya Dora the one that sing recently viral song “džanum”

Melissa
Melissa
1 month ago

I say no to Bresvicka and her anti-Kosovo song.

Grft
Grft
1 month ago

Zorja could be very impressive if she nails the live performance

Jonatan
Jonatan
1 month ago

Very first reports in Israel: the Israeli corporation “Kan” reached an agreement with the EBU, the Israeli song is expected to be published in the next coming days, There were minor changes in the lyrics
Am Yisrael Hai!

Tino
Tino
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonatan

And once again wrong place. Get out with your comment about Israel, it’s not the subject here.

Yuarith
Yuarith
1 month ago
Reply to  Tino

It’ll always be the wrong place, wiwi is actively avoiding talking about Israel

Jonatan
Jonatan
1 month ago

Very first reports in Israel: the Israeli corporation “Kan” reached an agreement with the EBU, the Israeli song is expected to be published in the next coming days, There were minor changes in the lyrics
Am Yisrael Hai??????????

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
1 month ago

Teya and Dusan are my favourites

Zbog Tebe Zivim is such a chill bop, almost a similar staccato vibe as what you have with tango music

Ramonda is so beautiful

Lena Kovacevic is a dark horse i think

mens infirma
mens infirma
1 month ago

Breskvica seems kinda egotistical to me? not just the political symbolism, but the fact that in her interview she threw shade onto Konstrakta and Luke, saying there’s nothing Serbian about those entries when Konstrakta literally highlights the problems of the Serbian society. She is young and too full of herself to speak about another artist like that

Efthymios
Efthymios
1 month ago
Reply to  mens infirma

Really? That’s a shame. Hopefully she gets treated the way she deserves it by the juries then.

Jesse O'Rourke
Jesse O'Rourke
1 month ago

those reaction videos are so hilarious and OTT

Marija
Marija
1 month ago

Please… vote for Zorja. The other favorites are beautiful too and I really enjoy listening to Breskvica and Teya Dora, but they dont have that spark, that momentum Zorja has especially in the last chorus.
Dragi ljudi, glasajte za Zorju. Hvala

Efthymios
Efthymios
1 month ago

If PZE was extremely strong last year, this edition is something else. I have a specific top 4 from the (few) songs I’ve decided to hear.

1. Konstrakta – “Novo, Bolje” (10/10)
2. Breskvica – “Gnezdo Orlovo” (10/10)
3. Teya Dora – “Ramonda” (9.5/10)
4. Zorja – “Lik U Ogledalu” (9/10)

These are my clear favorites.

Ari
Ari
1 month ago

I’ll decide once I’ve seen the live performances, there’s no song which I feel is a must send. But it might be smart of Serbia to go with a ballad given the way the field of songs in Malmö has developed. Of course, it’d also be interesting to see how the televote battle turns out if Serbia adds another song to the “fun” category.

Anna Banana
Anna Banana
1 month ago

Breskvica’s song is so nationalistic. It has strong symbolism about Kosovo. I really don’t like it, I hope it doesn’t win.

zoliszekely
zoliszekely
1 month ago

Ramonda is so unique and beautiful. Would be a top 10 contender for sure and top 5 at jury I think. For me it’s much better than Zorja’s song.
Breskvica wouldn’t stand out enough from this competition what we have already.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
1 month ago

I have a feeling the extremely hyped up artists from Serbia’s pop scenes won’t do nearly as well as people think. Some of the returning artists might do badly as well. I reckon though out of all of them it will be Zorja and Filarri that makes the best impression

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
1 month ago

Zorja is their best shot at doing well this year, I’m just not sure if Teya’s song is impactful enough to stand out

Ultima Thule
Ultima Thule
1 month ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

Zorja is safe 10-15 place. If Serbia wants more, Konstrakta is the choice.

BbTt
BbTt
1 month ago

If we send her, the whole Europe will have a song for the toilet break. The song is just so boring, nothing happens, it’s all flat, no proper culmination, nothing.
I’d go for Zorja, but even “Lik u ogledalu” isn’t as good as “Zorja” was few years back.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
1 month ago
Reply to  BbTt

How so? It’s even better I think? I wasn’t really a fan of the Zorja song in the previous edition

jojo
jojo
1 month ago
Reply to  BbTt

There is supposed to be a revamp. Teya Dora sent her song in on the last day, so it was more an early draft than a finished song. If she does some significant changes it could be a good song.
I like Zorja’s song this year more as she has more emotion and it has more of her high range. Serbia never sent a singer with a good high range before.

gea
gea
1 month ago

There is a lot of noise this year and I hope Serbia will send something calmer like Ramonda.

Vladimir P.
Vladimir P.
1 month ago

I like Teya Dora, Breskvica, Chai, Džordži, Konstrakta and Lena, but I would really like for Filip Baloš to win

Wedding Cake Island
Wedding Cake Island
1 month ago

Serbia needs to send something fun and wacky and that’s why Konstrakta should win the ticket!

Tino
Tino
1 month ago

Imo we have enough fun and wacky songs this year. I’d definitely go with Zorja.

Ultima Thule
Ultima Thule
1 month ago
Reply to  Tino

It doesn’t matter, since Konstrakta can top them all. Zorja is a Disney ballad, that type of song can’t break top 10 in 2024. even if it the only ballad in the contest.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
1 month ago
Reply to  Ultima Thule

How so? A ballad would stand out, especially a female one that’s well constructed and sung, presumably like this one.

Ultima Thule
Ultima Thule
1 month ago

Because we heard this type of song a million times on ESC and beyond and it didn’t win for ages. Zorja is great vocally but this song is way weaker than her first song that ended up fifth in PZE if I recall correctly .

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
1 month ago
Reply to  Ultima Thule

i wanna hear many more balkan ballads at ESC honestly

jojo
jojo
1 month ago
Reply to  Ultima Thule

I think she ended up 3rd in PZE 2022. But I like this song more as it is more emotional and has more of her upper range.