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  • Writer's pictureSamuel Lee

Teya Dora to represent Serbia with 'Ramonda'


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Pesma za Evroviziju '24 has come to an end this morning Australia time, with Teya Dora declared the winner. She therefore has the honour of representing Serbia at Eurovision 2024 with her song 'Ramonda'.



Teya won the jury vote, whilst overall runner-up Breskvica won the tele-vote. Konstrakta finished third overall.


Australian national Stefan Popovic once again served as a co-host for Pesma za Evroviziju for the third consecutive year.


The jury results are as follows:


  1. Teya Dora - 'Ramonda' (12 points)

  2. Zorja - 'Lik u ogledalu' (10 points)

  3. Konstrakta - 'Novo, bolje' (8 points)

  4. Zejna - 'Najbolja' (7 points)

  5. Lena Kovačević - 'Zovi me Lena' (6 points)

  6. Breskvica - 'Orlovo gnezdo' (5 points)

  7. Dušan Kurtić - 'Zbog tebe živim' (4 points)

  8. Hristina - 'Bedem' (3 points)

  9. Iva Lorens - 'Dom' (2 points)

  10. Džordži - 'Luna park' (1 point)


The tele-vote results:


  1. Breskvica - 'Orlovo gnezdo' (12 points)

  2. Teya Dora - 'Ramonda' (10 points)

  3. Konstrakta - 'Novo, bolje' (8 points)

  4. Zorja - 'Lik u ogledalu' (7 points)

  5. Bojana x David - 'No No No' (6 points)

  6. Džordži - 'Luna park' (5 points)

  7. Zejna - 'Najbolja' (4 points)

  8. Dušan Kurtić - 'Zbog tebe živim' (3 points)

  9. Keni nije mrtav - 'Dijamanti' (2 points)

  10. M.Ira - 'Percepcija' (1 point)


The overall result:


  1. Teya Dora - 'Ramonda' (22 points)

  2. Breskvica - 'Orlovo gnezdo' (17 points)

  3. Zorja - 'Lik u ogledalu' (7 points)

  4. Konstrakta - 'Novo, bolje' (16 points)

  5. Zejna - 'Najbolja' (11 points)

  6. Dušan Kurtić - 'Zbog tebe živim' (7 points)

  7. Bojana x David - 'No No No' (6 points)

  8. Džordži - 'Luna park' (6 points)

  9. Lena Kovačević - 'Zovi me Lena' (6 points)

  10. Hristina - 'Bedem' (3 points)

  11. Keni nije mrtav - 'Dijamanti' (2 points)

  12. Iva Lorens - 'Dom' (2 points)

  13. M.Ira - 'Percepcija' (1 point)

  14. Marko Mandić - 'Dno' (0 points)

  15. Nemanja Radošević - 'Jutra bez tebe' (0 points)

  16. Milan Bujaković - 'Moje tvoje' (0 points)



Teya will perform for Serbia in the first half of the first semi-final. She will be hoping to extend the Balkan nation's qualification to the Eurovision final to six consecutive contests.


Serbia first competed at Eurovision as an independent nation in 2007, after previously having competed as part of Yugoslavia and then Serbia and Montenegro. They won on debut with the song 'Molitva' sung by Marija Šerifović. Since then they have reached the top five at Eurovision twice with Željko Joksimović in 2012 and Konstrakta in 2022. The latter once again competed in this year's Serbian Eurovision national selection.


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