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Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1992

Eurovision Song Contest 1992
Country  SFR Yugoslavia
National selection
Selection process Jugovizija 1992
Selection date(s) 28 March 1992
Selected entrant Extra Nena
Selected song "Ljubim te pesmama"
Finals performance
Final result 13th, 44 points
SFR Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄1991 1993►

Yugoslavia participated for the last time in the Eurovision Song Contest 1992. Yugoslavia decided their entrant for the contest through a national final, Jugovizija 1992, where it was decided that Extra Nena, with the song "Ljubim te pesmama", would sing for Yugoslavia at Eurovision 1992.

The winning song was chosen by an expert jury.

After the contest, United Nations Security Council Resolution 757 (adopted May 30, 1992) placed sanctions on SFR Yugoslavia,[1] which included a ban on its participation in international contests and cultural events (such as the ESC).[2] Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia then appeared independently beginning with the 1993 contest, Macedonia joined the 1998 contest and Serbia and Montenegro were allowed to participate once again in 2002.

National final

The national final was held on 28 March 1992 in the TV Center in Belgrade. Artists from Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina competed. There were twenty songs competing in the national final.[3]

National Final - 28 March 1992
Draw Artist Song Points I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XV Place
1 Alma Čardžić "Ljubav će pobijediti" 6 3 3 10
2 Vlada & Music Box "Hiljadu snova" 5 1 2 2 11
3 Sunčeve Pege "Viva rock 'n' roll" 0 16
4 Viva Romana "Na mig tvoj" 3 2 1 13
5 Makadam "Sanjam ljeto" 22 2 7 5 3 5 6
6 Mag "Nikome te dao ne bih" 10 2 5 2 1 9
7 Dejan Božović "Dan samo zna, Tamara" 0 16
8 Sonja Mitrović-Hani "Nebo je plakalo za nama" 34 7 5 5 7 3 7 4
9 Violeta & Triler "Bio si sve" 0 16
10 Filip & Nada "Zemlja anđela" 12 5 1 1 5 8
11 Perper "S druge strane" 0 16
12 Sestre Barudžija "Hej, hej, vrati se" 5 3 2 11
13 Renata "Ti si vetar" 18 3 5 5 5 7
14 Zerina Cokoja "Neka te pjesmom probude" 2 1 1 14
15 Bojan "Dajana" 31 3 5 3 7 3 7 3 5
16 Bajone Bend "Molitva" 2 2 14
17 Extra Nena "Ljubim te pesmama" 44 1 7 1 5 7 3 1 7 2 7 3 1
18 Vampiri "Ding ding dong" 41 3 5 7 2 2 3 1 1 7 5 5 2
19 Ledeni Princ "Pokloni mi poljupce" 0 16
20 Arnela Konaković "Prva noć" 35 7 2 1 2 7 3 1 7 2 1 2 3


Members of the jury were: I - Enes Bajramović, II - Vojkan Borisavljević, III - Ivan Vitalić, IV - Zoran Danilović, V - Feti Dautović, VI - Dušan Živić, VII - Stevan Zarić, VIII - Ivana Jeftić, IX - Andjelko Maletić, X - Brano Mališić, XI - Miroslav Maraus, XII - Vesna Mulić, XIII - Lola Novaković, XIV - Dejan Perišić, XV - Sonja Spasić

At Eurovision

Extra Nena performed 20th on the night of the contest, following Italy and preceding Norway. The song received 44 points at the close of the voting, placing 13th in a field of 23.

References

External links

  • Yugoslav National Final 1992

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