Dunja Jelicic to represent Serbia in Junior Eurovision 2016!

Serbian national broadcaster RTS has selected Dunja Jelicic to represent Serbia at this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest, which will be held in Malta! The song she will be singing this November is called “U la la la”.

Dunja’s song was written by Vladimir Graic (who wrote the winning song of the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest), whilst Dunja wrote the lyrics together with Leontina Vukomanovic, who was also the co-composer of Serbia’s last year’s entry – “Lenina Pesma” by Lena Stamenkovic.

Ivana Peters (composer of this year’s Serbian Eurovision entry), Ivana Tabori Obradovic, Tatjana Perovic Vladusic, and Vladimir Graic were in charge of selecting a “young and talented singer, who can sing, dance, and who feels like home when on stage”, and they have selected Dunja Jelicic as the best one, who will go on and represent Serbia in Malta.

Give a listen to “U la la la” right here:

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