In a two-hour show broadcasted live from Belgrade, this year's contestants Aleksa Jelić, Danica Krstić and Bojana Stamenov have performed their songs, for a very first time in front of the audience.
For the final decision, RTS was using the same pattern as the Eurovision Song Contest (50:50). In other words, the TV viewers in Serbia (via televoting) and the expert jury have shared their votes during the live broadcast after all songs have been performed. After the points from the jury and the audience have been merged the winner was announced:
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Bojana Stamenov will represent Serbia at 2015 Eurovision Song Contest with a song Ceo Svet Je Moj (The Whole World Is Mine), performing in the First Semi-final on the 19th of May.
Bojana Stamenov Ceo Svet Je Moj --- 3 points* / 3 points** (10.547)
Aleksa Jelić Vodi Me --- 2 points* / 1 point ** (4.363)
Danica Krstić Suze Za Kraj --- 1 point* / 2 points** (8.039)
* The jury consisted of three music professionals: Ivan Ilić (composer and conductor), Nevena Božović (pop singer) and Goran Stankov (producer).
** Televoting (a number of calls and SMS messages)
The finalist have performed in the following order:
Aleksa Jelić Vodi Me
Danica Krstić Suze Za Kraj
Bojana Stamenov Ceo Svet Je Moj
All three songs are composed by Vladimir Graić, who wrote the Serbian entry Molitva for the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest and brought his country a victory, together with Marija Šerifović. At the same time, all the lyrics for this year's entries are written by Leontina Vukomanović, known for her great lyrics for one of the most popular Eurovision entries from Serbia – Lane Moje (2004).
If you have missed the Serbian national final, you can still watch it on our WebTV player.