Serbia has finally found their “Pesma za Evroviziju” (in case you don’t know what that means, it means “song for Eurovision”), after three straight nights with two semi-final, with 18 participants in each semi-final, and a grand final with the 9 best acts from each semi-final. Now after three nights in a row, only one is standing left with the ticket to Turin.

Pesma za Evroviziju ’22

A total of 36 songs participated in the newly “Pesma za Evroviziju“, which should’ve been and pretty much is Beovizija, but that’s not the point, it’s an entire different thing that has already been covered, so let’s keep our focus. 18 out of those 36 songs made it to tonight’s final and tonight was the day a winner had to be picked.

These 18 acts made it out of the semi-finals and took part in tonight’s final: (In order of performance)

  1. Naiva – Skidam (I Take Off)
  2. Orkestar Aleksandra Sofronijevića – Anđele moj (My Angel)
  3. Gift – Haos (Chaos)
  4. Zejna – Nema te (You Are Gone)
  5. Tijana Dapčević – Ljubi, ljubi doveka (Kiss, Kiss Forever)
  6. Lift – “Drama (Drama)”
  7. Gramophonedzie – Počinjem da ludim (I’m Going Mad)
  8. Zorja – “Zorja”
  9. Aca Lukas – “Oskar (Oscar)”
  10. Zoe Kida – Bejbi (Baby)
  11. Sara Jo – Muškarčina (Manly Man)
  12. Ana Stanić – “Ljubav bez dodira (Love Without a Touch)”
  13. Biber – “Dve godine i šes’ dana (Two Years and Six Days)”
  14. Angellina – “Origami (Origami)”
  15. CHEGI i Braća bluz bend – Devojko sa plamenom u očima (Girl With Fire in Your Eyes)
  16. Ivona – “Znam (I Know)”
  17. Marija Mikić – “Ljubav me inspiriše (Love Inspires Me)”
  18. Konstrakta – “In Corpore Sano”


The final outcome would be decided evenly between the juries and the televote, each having a 50% say on the outcome. Without going into too many details, both the jury and televote overall pretty much agreed on the final outcome. Below is the overall result of the Serbian national final.

As can be seen on the overall scoreboard, both the jury and the televote agreed on the same top 3. Both groups overall placed Zorja on 3rd place, giving her a total of 16 points, both groups also agreed to award Sara Jo the 2nd place, finishing with 20 points, and finally Konstrakta being untouchable after finishing 1st with both groups and a total of 24 points. With that, Konstrakta will represent Serbia in the Eurovision Song Contest with the song “In Corpore Sano“.

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