Serbian broadcaster RTS has announced that the 24 competing entries of “Beovizija 2019” will be released on February 11. Since its cancellation in 2010, this year marks the second consecutive year the national final “Beovizija 2019” will determine who will represent Serbia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.

The winner of “Beovizija 2019” will be determined by a split public televoting (50%) and a jury voting (50%) made up of music critics and experts. Semi-final 1 is set to take place on February 27 and semi-final 2 on February 28. The Serbian representative in Tel Aviv will then be chosen at the Grand Final on March 3.

The 24 competing entries of “Beovizija 2019” are:

  • Ivana Vladović & Vonder strings – “Moja bol”
  • Snežana Berić (Extra Nena) – “Još ti čujem glas”
  • Sanja Rio – “Ljubimo se”
  • Nataša & Una – “Slobodna”
  • Jana Šušteršić – “Viktorija”
  • Saška Janks – “Da li čuješ moj glas”
  • Dženan Lončarević – “Nema suza”
  • Fankd Ap – “Zašto da se ne desi”
  • Goga Stanić – “Ti znaš da ne znaš me”
  • Majdan – “Budim te”
  • Sofija Perić – “Aritmija”
  • Ana Popović – “Lutaš”
  • Aleksandra Sekulić – “Tugo”
  • Osvajači – “Vatra i plamen”
  • Džipsikord – “Boje”
  • Dunja Vujadinović – “7”
  • Eleonora – “Samo lagano”
  • Lord – “Radnički sin”
  • Tina & Lola Amvon – “Tvoje oči”
  • MR DOO – “Do 100”
  • Ivan Kurtić – “Bella-Bela”
  • Nevena Božović – “Kruna”
  • Lana & Aldo – “Pogledaj u nebo”
  • Tamara Milanović – “Reči nisu dovoljne”

Returning artists are Snežana Berić, the last representative of Yugoslavia at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1992, and Nevena Božović, who represented Serbia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö as part of the girl group Moje 3 with the song “Ljubav je svuda”.

Last year, the winners of “Beovizija 2018” Sanja Ilić & Balkanika managed to qualify for the Grand Final in Lisbon after Serbia failed to do so in 2017. Their song “Nova Deca” finished 19th in the Grand Final with 113 points.