RTS opened submissions for the next Serbian Eurovision entry!

The new Eurovision Season has started y’all and somehow traditionally after the information that Finland has started the search for their next representative at Eurovision, Serbia follows as Serbian broadcaster RTS has opened the submission window for all artists interested to become their next representative at Eurovision Song Contest 2023.

The rules include the following:

  • Lyrics of the song must be written in the languages which are officially used in Republic of Serbia, while the singer should be Serbian citizen;
  • The submission needs to include the name of the song, full lyrics, complete information of the author, singer, contact details, social networks, email, etc.
  • Songs shouldn’t be published or performed before 1st of September 2022;
  • No more than 6 performers are allowed, while the youngest one shouldn’t be younger than 16 on 1st of May 2023 because the final of Eurovision is expected to take place in May 2023;

The full rules are available at the link HERE, while the submissions are online through the form which is available on the following LINK. The deadline for the submissions is 15th of November.

Like previous year the selection of the songs for the Serbian national selection will be made by the Selection Committee of RTS (consisted out of music editors of RTS) and it will be done from all applications received before the deadline. The committee will choose the songs based solely on the musical, interpretive and artistic quality of those compositions. If none of the compositions submitted to the public competition meet the required musical quality, RTS has the right to independently choose a composition (out of the compositions submitted to the competition) which will represent Serbia and RTS at the competition. Furthermore the selection of the Serbian entrz for Eurovision Song 2023 will be made by an expert jury composed of musicians and media creators as well as the audience at the competition, according to the Eurovision principle 50% of the votes from the jury and 50% from the audience.

At Eurovision 2022, Serbia was represented by Konstrakta who brought a mixture between Serbian and Latin language which graced the Eurovision stage for the first time in her song In Corpore Sano. After receiving 312 she ended on 5th place in the final of the show. You can check out her performance below

What are your expectations of the Serbian national selection for Eurovision 2023? Let us know in the comments below and at our social media @escbubble

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