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Vukašin Brajić will be singing Munja I Grom in Oslo

14 March 2010 at 23:38 CET

The Bosnia & Herzegovina participant Vukašin Brajić sung his entry for the first time in public Sunday evening. His song was written by the renowned composer Dino Šaran and is called Munja I Grom (Lightning And Thunder). Šaran is also the front man of the popular rock band Letu Štuke. The national broadcaster, BHRT, has previously decided they want to have Vukašin Brajić on stage.

A number of guest stars from this year's Eurovision Song Contest performed during the presentation show: Marcin Mroziński of Poland, maNga of Turkey, the 2005 Bosnian entrant Feminnem, representing Croatia in 2010, Gjoko Taneski of FYR Macedonia, Milan Stanković of Serbia, and Niamh Kavanagh of Ireland.

Regina, the Bosnian entry for the 2009 contest, the 2009 winner Alexander Rybak, the Macedonian entry for the 2002 and 2007 contests Karolina Gočeva and the Croatian singer and Vukašin Brajić's fellow participant in the Operacija Trijumf TV show Ana Bebić also performed during the show. Furthermore, the Bosnian 1994 singers Alma Čardžić and Dejan Lazarević were present as guests of honour and performed their entry Ostani Kraj Mene.