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Slovenia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1995

Eurovision Song Contest 1995
Country  Slovenia
National selection
Selection process Slovenski izbor za pesem Evrovizije 1995
100% Jury of 12 radio stations
Selection date(s) 18 February 1995
Selected entrant Darja Švajger
Selected song "Prisluhni mi"
Finals performance
Final result 7th, 84 points
Slovenia in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄1994 1996►

Slovenia selection event was on 18 February 1995 in the studio of RTV Slovenia. The host was Saša Gerdej. Instead of a televote, the winner was chosen by twelve juries.


Slovenski izbor za pesem Evrovizije 1995
No Song Artist Votes Place
1 "Vsaj še trenutek" Avia Band 120 3
2 "Ker te ljubim" Jan Plestenjak 73 5
3 "Tvoje oči" Miha Balažič 53 10
4 "Joanna" Freeway 61 9
5 "Naj tvoja volja se zgodi " Don Juan 72 6
6 "Ne ti, ne jaz" Daniela Sasič & Mario Barišič 14 12
7 "Prisluhni mi" Darja Švajger 132 1
8 "Oda ljubezni" Irena Vrčkovnik & Oto Pestner 122 2
9 "Ljubezen je" Faraoni 102 4
10 "Edina ti" After eight 69 7
11 "Hvala ti" Malibu 68 8
12 "Dober dan maj" Čudežna polja 50 11

At Eurovision

Darja Švajger placed seventh in Dublin. It is still the best Eurovision placement for Slovenia.

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