SERBIA – RTS is presently planning to host Beovizija in the RTS studios in late February; however, if COVID-19 prevents this, the Serbian representative will be determined by a jury.
Over 100 songs have already been submitted to the Serbian selection process for the Eurovision Song Contest 2022, according to Olivera Kovaevi. Ms Kovaevi, speaking on Dnevnik, urges artists to continue submitting their music to Beovizija so that they may choose the highest quality submissions for the contest next year.
“The most important thing is to have a good song and for a representative to go who can sing that song well. You already know how strict the jury is because the jury is always our biggest problem, and how they will evaluate not only the performance but above all the vocal potential of the performers.”
After the submissions window ends on December 1, a jury will choose which songs will advance to the live performances. Representatives from RTS music editors, Radio Beograd, PGP RTS recordings, and RTS channels will serve on the jury. RTS intends to have 30 songs participate in the selection, although this number may be greater or fewer depending on the quality of the songs submitted.
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Singer Zorja Pajić has announced that she will send a song for the Serbian national selection Beovizija 2022. The artist also confirmed her strong interest in taking part in Eurovision 2022 next year. Zorja’s determination can be seen from her statements:
“My husband and I wrote the song, now only the details are in progress and soon I will be sending it for Serbian selection. I expect a great experience from Beovizija, but also a victory. The Eurovision audience does not care about the popularity of the artists and how famous they are in their country. I am not afraid because this requires self-confidence and singing is my greatest quality.”
The other name is Aleksandar Radojević, who confirmed that he will try with a song written for him by the author of the song “Loco Loco” of the Hurricanes. The young man said:
“I’m just waiting for Nemanja Antonić to finish the arrangement and production, I will apply because the registrations are still open! I expect my best media appearance from Beovizija, both vocally and visually. I also spoke to my mentor Marija Serifovic (in the music program Zvezda Granda ed), she approved the concept and the idea, but she is waiting for the final version of the song.”
Another who certainly sent the song for Beovizija 2022 is Aca Lukas who hopes to leave for Eurovision in Italy and win it, his song is composed by Vladimir Graić.
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