Serbian broadcaster RTS has confirmed Serbia will be participating in The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021. This year the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held in the beautiful city of Paris, France.
Submissions are now open!
The broadcaster did not only confirm the participation of the country, but also opened the submissions for anyone who wants to represent the country in Paris with their song. Submissions will be open till September 20th.
After submissions are closed, an expert jury will decide who will be performing on stage and represent Serbia. But the Serbian representative does not have to be any of those submissions. RTS also can choose a representative apart from the submissions.
Serbia in previous Junior Eurovision Song Contests
Last year, Serbia was represented by Petar Aničić, who ended up in 11th place (out of 12 participants). His song received 85 points.
Serbia has competed in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 12 times:
- 2006: 5th place for Neustrašivi Učitelji Stranih Jezika with their song Učimo strane jezike
- 2007: 3rd place for Nevena Božović with her song Piši mi
- 2008: 12th place for Maja Mazić with her song Uvek kad u nebo pogledam
- 2009: 10th place for Ništa Lično with their song Onaj pravi
- 2010: 3rd place for Sonja Škorić with her song Čarobna noć
- 2014: 10th place for Emilija Đonin with her song Svet u mojim očima
- 2015: 7th place for Lena Stamenković with her song Lenina pesma
- 2016: 17th place for Dunja Jeličić with her song U la la la
- 2017: 10th place for Irina Brodić & Jana Paunović with their song Ceo svet je naš
- 2018: 19th place for Bojana Radovanović with her song Svet
- 2019: 10th place for Darija Vračević with her song Podigni glas
- 2020: 11th place for Petar Aničić with his song Heartbeat
Which countries have confirmed their participation so far?
So far 13 countries will be shining on the Junior Eurovision Song Contest stage in Paris on December 19th. These countries are:
- North Macedonia
- Portugal – Simão Oliveira
Are you happy to see Serbia at Junior Eurovision 2021? What other country are you looking forward to seeing this year? Let us know in the comments below!