After a short break, we’re back on track with the dream team. Today we’re taking a look at Serbia, so who did you want to see for the recently returned Balkan nation?

Four artists tied for first... but Jelena Karleuša was quickest to the top
Four artists tied for first… but Jelena Karleuša was quickest to the top

…and unfortunately there’s a 4-way tie for first place! But the first of these names suggested by our readers was Jelena Karleuša, one of the most famous Serbian artists. A seasoned performer with roughly two decades of experienced in the field, fans have been keen to see Karleuša on the Eurovision stage for some years now, so is 2016 the year the fans have been waiting for?

Joint top with Jelena who could also be considered as our dream team participants are Luke Black, Dragana Mirković and Emina Jahović, who was also suggested for Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The full suggestions for Serbia (draws in random order);

Jelena Karleuša, Luke Black, Dragana Mirković, Emina Jahović, Milica Pavlović, Katarina Grujić, inje, Aleksandra Kovač, Marina Tadić, Margita je mrtva, Stray Dogg, Nevena Bozović, Kristina Kovač, Luna

The ESC United Dream Team so far;

  • Turkey – Gülşen
  • Armenia – Lilit Hovhannisyan
  • Czech Republic – Lenka Dusilová and Baromantika
  • San Marino – Valentina Monetta
  • Latvia – MNTHA
  • Belarus – Elena Sinyavskaya
  • Bosnia & Herzegovina – Dubioza Kolektiv
  • Slovakia – Celeste Buckingham
  • Italy – Marzia Gaggioli
  • United Kingdom – Ella Henderson
  • Sweden – Alcazar
  • Slovenia – Nika Zorjan
  • Moldova – Doinița Gherman
  • Serbia – Jelena Karleuša

Next up on our list is a Big 5 country. Who did you choose to save the recent poor form of Germany? Find out soon on ESC United!

Is Jelena Karleuša the right choice for Serbia? Share your thoughts below or join the discussion on our forum!

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One Comment

  1. hehe

    July 8, 2015 at 13:41

    OMG NO!

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