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Željko Joksimović, often credited as Zeljko Joksimovic, (pronounced [ʒěːʎko jôksimoʋitɕ] ( listen); born 20 April 1972) is a Serbian singer, composer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer. He plays 12 different musical instruments including accordion, piano, guitar and drums. Joksimović is multi-lingual, being fluent in Greek, English, Russian, Polish and French as well as his native Serbian.[1] He has a career as a solo pop artist and at the same time he is a prolific composer for other singers. He can be called a master of The Balkan Ballads for having written four of the most famous: "Lane moje", "Lejla", "Oro", and "Nije ljubav stvar". He also composes music for films, television series and theater shows. He represented Serbia and Montenegro in the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest
2004 Eurovision Song Contest
with the song "Lane moje", placing second.[2] He represented Serbia
Serbia
in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan
and finished third. He was a judge on the first series of X Factor Adria.[3]

Contents

1 Career

1.1 Early beginnings 1.2 1999–2004: Amajlija, Rintam
Rintam
and 111 1.3 2004: Eurovision Song Contest 2004 1.4 2004–2007: After Eurovision, IV and Platinum Collection 1.5 2008–2011: Eurovision hosting and Ljubavi 1.6 2012: Eurovision return 1.7 2015: Eurovision Song Contest

2 Discography

2.1 Studio albums 2.2 Live albums 2.3 Compilations 2.4 Singles 2.5 Duets 2.6 Soundtracks 2.7 Other works

3 Eurovision Song Contest entries

3.1 Entries in Beovizija 3.2 Entries in Evropesma / Europjesma

4 See also 5 References 6 External links

Career[edit] Early beginnings[edit] Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
was born on 20 April 1972 in Belgrade
Belgrade
and grew up in the city of Valjevo.[4] Željko's first international success came at the age of 12, when he won the title of First Accordion
Accordion
of Europe at the prestigious music festival in Paris. He graduated music at the University of Belgrade
Belgrade
and launched his professional music career in 1997. In 1998 he won a contest at the Pjesma Mediterana festival with the song "Pesma Sirena", which led to opportunities to perform at more prestigious festivals in Belarus. The Serbian musician won the "Grand-Prix" award at two festivals in that country.[5] 1999–2004: Amajlija, Rintam
Rintam
and 111[edit] In 1999, Joksimović signed with City Records, a music label owned by a private Serbian television station RTV Pink. The young singer was promoted then as a folk and pop artist. His first studio album, titled Amajlija, included "Pesma Sirena" along with seven other tracks. His first big success was with the single "7 godina", written by himself and Leontina Vukomanović. The song went to No. 1 on the Serbian pop music charts, and became very popular in other former Yugoslav countries. In 2000, Joksimović released his second studio album Rintam
Rintam
named after a song on the album. Other tracks on the album included "Vreteno", "Balada", "Gadura" and the duet with Haris Džinović
Haris Džinović
"Šta će meni više od toga". Three music videos were produced for songs on this album. 111 was released in 2002, soaring to No.1 on the pop charts of Serbia and other countries of the region. Some of the song included are "Varnice", "Zaboravljaš" and "Karavan". In 2003, Joksimović wrote the song "Čija si" for Macedonian music singer Toše Proeski
Toše Proeski
which led him to win Beovizija. 2004: Eurovision Song Contest 2004[edit]

Joksimović performing "Lane Moje" for Serbia
Serbia
and Montenegro in ESC 2004. Istanbul, Turkey.

Serbia
Serbia
and Montenegro, sending an entrant for the first time to 2004 Eurovision Song Contest, decided on their representative through Evropesma 2004, a music festival and contest in Serbia
Serbia
and Montenegro. Joksimović won the contest with "Lane Moje", composed by Željko himself, along with lyricist Leontina Vukomanović. In the semi-final, Joksimović placed first. However, in the final he placed second behind Ukrainian singer Ruslana, but received the "Marcel Bezencon Press Award" (Best Composer Award). "Lane Moje" was the best selling single in Serbia
Serbia
and Montenegro.[citation needed] 2004–2007: After Eurovision, IV and Platinum Collection[edit] After the success in the Contest, the same year, Joksimović founded MINACORD PRODUCTION. Since then, he works and composes in his own studio. In middle time he composed and released the single "Ledja o Ledja" which gained a large popularity over the countries where Željko usually performs.[which?][citation needed] In 2005, he once again composed a song for Serbia
Serbia
and Montenegro's national pre-selection for Eurovision called Beovizija. Željko composed the ballad "Jutro" (Morning) which was performed by Jelena Tomašević. In October 2005, he composed and performed a duet with Austrian singer Tamee Harrison. The song was titled I Live my Life For You" which was a success throughout Europe.[dubious – discuss] Around this time, Željko wrote his first film score. In cooperation with Cobra production he composed music for the movie Ivkova slava (Ivko's fame). The same year he released his fourth studio album "IV" or "Ima nešto u tom što me nećeš". In this album he changed the music style that was typical about him. The songs in the album are Pop ballads with some ethnic Serbian folk
Serbian folk
elements. The CD sold over 800,000 copies over former Yugoslavia.[citation needed] In 2006, he composed the Eurovision Song Contest 2006
Eurovision Song Contest 2006
song Lejla for Bosnia and Herzegovina, performed by Hari Mata Hari. The song finished in third place, making it Bosnia's best performance in the contest. He also won the prestigious Best Composer Award (COMPOSERAWARD 2006), assigned to Željko by all composers who participated in that festival. In 2007, he released his second greatest hits compilation called Platinum Collection which included two new singles "Devojka" and "Nije do mene". He also composed the music for the TV series "Ranjeni orao" and "Ono nase sto nekad bejase". The same year, in front of 18,000 people Joksimović made a concert where he sang all of his hits in the Belgrade
Belgrade
Arena released in the DVD titled "Koncert Beogradska Arena". 2008–2011: Eurovision hosting and Ljubavi[edit]

Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
together with Jovana Janković
Jovana Janković
during the first semi-final ESC Belgrade
Belgrade
2008.

In early 2008, Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
composed a song that was performed by Jelena Tomašević
Jelena Tomašević
in the Serbian national final for the Eurovision song selection, Beovizija
Beovizija
2008, called "Oro". The song is a folk ballad with traditional folk Serbian elements. Because the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 has been won by Serbia, the contest that year came in the country. On 24 March 2008 it was announced by the 2008 Eurovision organisers RTS that together with Jovana Janković
Jovana Janković
he would host the Eurovision Song Contest 2008
Eurovision Song Contest 2008
in Belgrade, giving him two roles in the contest.[6] Tomašević's song finished on the 6th place over 25 countries in the final. The song came six with 160 points. Also OGAE Greece awarded the song and Jelena Tomasevic
Jelena Tomasevic
as the best song in Eurovision 2008. After a year of a music pause he released his fifth studio album named Ljubavi (2009) by the production of Minacord and City Records. "Ljubavi" is the name of the pilot single of the album too. The single has a large success in Serbia
Serbia
and the neighbouring countries.[citation needed] In early 2010 he released the second single from the album called "Žena Za Sva Vremena". On 12 June 2010, he performed his biggest concert yet. It was held on the Asim Ferhatović Hase Stadium
Asim Ferhatović Hase Stadium
in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, which can seat 37,500, though attendance for concerts can be expanded to reach about 80,000, in front of over 40,000 persons. 2012: Eurovision return[edit] Joksimović represented Serbia
Serbia
in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012
Eurovision Song Contest 2012
in Baku, Azerbaijan. The song was called "Nije ljubav stvar" composed and performed by Joksimović. The lyrics are by Marina Tucaković
Marina Tucaković
and Miloš Roganović. The English version of the song called "Synonym" by Ljilja Jorgovanović. The arrangements of both versions were done by Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
and Alek Alekov. The postproduction and mastering was done by James Cruz, an award-winning audio-mastering engineer in his New York studio. The song was a great success, finished on third place. He married Jovana Janković
Jovana Janković
in January 2012. 2015: Eurovision Song Contest[edit] Zeljko Joksimovic was invited by RTCG
RTCG
to compose song for Knez who represented Montenegro in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015
Eurovision Song Contest 2015
in Vienna, Austria. Joksimovic composed song Adio and the song has three versions, in Serbian, French and English language. Serbian lyrics are written by Marina Tucaković
Marina Tucaković
and Dejan Ivanović, while English version is signed by Swedish songwriters Nicole Rodriguez, Tami Rodriguez, and Serbian Milica Fajgelj and Dunja Vujadinović.[7] Discography[edit] Studio albums[edit]

1999 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
[City Records] 2001 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
2 [City Records] 2002 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
3 [City Records] 2005 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
4 [City Records] 2009 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
5 [Minacord]

Live albums[edit]

2008 [1] Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
– Beogradska Arena Live [Minacord Records]

Compilations[edit]

2003 The Best Of Željko Joksimović 2007 Platinum Collection

Singles[edit]

2004 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
– Leđa o leđa [City Records] 2004 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
Lane moje
Lane moje
CD+DVD [PGP RTS] 2004 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
– Lane moje/Goodbye (maxi-single) [Warner Music Group] 2005 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
& Tamee Harrison
Tamee Harrison
– I live my life for you [Warner Music] 2007 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
– Devojka [Minacord] 2007 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
– Nije do mene [Minacord] 2008 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
– Ono naše što nekad bejaše [Minacord] 2010 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
– Dođi sutra [Minacord] 2012 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
Nije ljubav stvar [Minacord] 2013 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
– Ludak kao ja [Minacord] 2015 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
- Ranjena zver [Minacord]

Duets[edit]

2002 Haris Džinović
Haris Džinović
– Šta će meni više od toga 2004 Dino Merlin
Dino Merlin
– Supermen 2005 Tamee Harrison
Tamee Harrison
– I Live My Life For You 2012 Samuel Cuenda " Su amor me venció" 2014 Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
& Toni Cetinjski – Zabluda

Soundtracks[edit]

2005 "Ivkova slava", (Željko Joksimović, Jelena Tomašević
Jelena Tomašević
& Nikola Kojo) [Minacord – City Records] 2009 "Ranjeni Orao" [Minacord – City Records]

Other works[edit]

2003 Toše Proeski
Toše Proeski
– Song: Cija Si – Composer: Željko Joksimović, Album: Den Za Nas/Dan Za Nas 2005 Nava Medina – Song: Malah Shomer – Composer: Željko Joksimović 2005 Jelena Tomasevic
Jelena Tomasevic
– Song: Jutro – Composer: Željko Joksimović, Album: Oro [PGP -RTS] 2006 Hari Mata Hari – Song: Lejla – Composer: Željko Joksimović, Album: Lejla [BiH] 2009 Halid Bešlić
Halid Bešlić
– Song: "Miljacka" – Composer: Željko Joksimović, Album: Halid 08 Bešlić 2008 Jelena Tomasevic
Jelena Tomasevic
– Song: Oro – Composer: Željko Joksimović, Album: Oro [PGP -RTS] 2008 Eleftheria Arvanitaki
Eleftheria Arvanitaki
– Song: To Telos mas Des – Composer: Željko Joksimović, Album: Mirame Universal Music 2008 Melina Aslanidou – Song: Poso – Composer: Željko Joksimović, Album: Best of – Sto dromo Sony BMG 2008 Song: Nikola Tesla
Nikola Tesla
(Instrumental)[8] – Composer: Željko Joksimović feat. Jelena Tomašević
Jelena Tomašević
Album: balkan Routes vol.1:Nikola Tesla[Protasis] 2011 Lepa Brena
Lepa Brena
– Song: Biber – Composer: Željko Joksimović 2011 Lepa Brena
Lepa Brena
– Song: Ne bih bila ja – Composer: Željko Joksimović 2013 Saša Kapor – Song: Hotel Jugoslavija – Composer: Željko Joksimović 2014 Knez – Song: Adio – Composer: Željko Joksimović

Eurovision Song Contest entries[edit]

Country Year Song Artist Place Points Marcel Bezençon Awards

  Serbia
Serbia
and Montenegro 2004 "Lane moje" (Лане моје) Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
& Ad-Hoc Orchestra 2 263 Press Award

 Bosnia and Herzegovina 2006 "Lejla" Hari Mata Hari 3 229 Composer Award

 Serbia 2008 "Oro" (Оро) Jelena Tomašević
Jelena Tomašević
feat. Bora Dugić 6 160

 Serbia 2012 "Nije ljubav stvar" (Није љубав ствар) Željko Joksimović 3 214

 Montenegro 2015 "Adio" Knez 13 44

Entries in Beovizija[edit]

2003 - "Čija si" (Чија си) by Toše Proeski
Toše Proeski
- 1st 2004 - "Zamisli" (Замисли) by Leontina Vukomanović - 3rd 2005 - "Jutro" (Јутро) by Jelena Tomašević
Jelena Tomašević
- 1st 2008 - "Oro" (Оро) by Jelena Tomašević
Jelena Tomašević
- 1st

Entries in Evropesma / Europjesma[edit]

2004 - "Lane moje" (Лане моје) by Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
- 1st 2004 - "Zamisli" (Замисли) by Leontina Vukomanović - 12th 2005 - "Jutro" (Јутро) by Jelena Tomašević
Jelena Tomašević
- 2nd

See also[edit]

Evropesma Serbia
Serbia
and Montenegro in the Eurovision Song Contest Serbia
Serbia
in the Eurovision Song Contest List of Eurovision Song Contest presenters Ima nešto u tom što me nećeš

References[edit]

^ Željko Joksimović: Ne promatram se kao da sam zgodan!. Dnevnik.hr (11 December 2010). Retrieved on 2012-08-29. ^ Zeljko Joksimovic Biography. Artists.letssingit.com. Retrieved on 2012-08-29. ^ http://tracara.com/joksimovic-i-krisitna-kovac-sudije-x-factora/ ^ Profile from Zeljko Joksimovic. bebo.com. Retrieved on 2012-08-29. ^ Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
– početna strana. Zeljkojoksimovic.com. Retrieved on 2012-08-29. ^ Konstantopoulos, Fotis (4 March 2008). EUROVISION 2008 Jovana Janković & Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
the hosts. oikotimes.com ^ http://escbubble.com/2015/04/knez-released-a-french-and-an-english-version-of-adio/ ^ "Nikola Tesla" – Zeljko Joksimovic. YouTube (25 June 2008). Retrieved on 2012-08-29.

External links[edit]

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Awards and achievements

Preceded by Extra Nena with Ljubim te pesmama Serbia
Serbia
and Montenegro in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 Succeeded by No Name with Zauvijek moja

Preceded by Mikko Leppilampi
Mikko Leppilampi
& Jaana Pelkonen Eurovision Song Contest presenter (with Jovana Janković) 2008 Succeeded by Semi-finals: Natalia Vodianova
Natalia Vodianova
& Andrey Malahov Final: Alsou
Alsou
& Ivan Urgant

Preceded by First title Performer of The Best Song in Balkans 2009 Succeeded by Aurela Gaçe with Origjinale

Preceded by First title Best Male Performer in the Balkans 2009 Succeeded by Serdar Ortaç

Preceded by Nina with Čaroban Serbia
Serbia
in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 Succeeded by Moje 3 with Ljubav je svuda

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Studio albums

Amajlija (1999) Vreteno
Vreteno
(2001) 111 (2002) IV (2005) Ljubavi (2009)

Compilation albums

The Best Of (2003) Platinum Collection (2007)

Live albums

Koncert Beogradska Arena
Koncert Beogradska Arena
(2008)

Singles

"Vreteno" "Šta Će Meni Više Od Toga" (feat Haris Dzinović) "Zaboravljaš" "Varnice" "Drska Ženo Plava" Ledja O Ledja Lane Moje "Ima Nešto U Tom Što Me Nećes" "Michelle" "Crnokosa" "Devojka" "Nije Do Mene" "Ljubavi" "Žena Za Sva Vremena" "Nije ljubav stvar" "Ludak kao ja"

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in the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 Serbia
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in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 Hari Mata Hari Jelena Tomašević "Lejla" "Oro"

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  Serbia
Serbia
and Montenegro in the Eurovision Song Contest

Participation

2004 2005 2006

Artists

2000s

Željko Joksimović No Name No Name

Songs

2000s

"Lane moje" "Zauvijek moja" "Moja ljubavi"

Competed separately as Serbia
Serbia
and Montenegro from 2007 Note: Entries scored out are when Serbia
Serbia
and Montenegro did not compete

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  Serbia
Serbia
in the Eurovision Song Contest

Participation

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Artists

2000s

Željko Joksimović No Name No Name Marija Šerifović Jelena Tomašević
Jelena Tomašević
feat. Bora Dugić Marko Kon
Marko Kon
& Milaan

2010s

Milan Stanković Nina Željko Joksimović Moje 3 2014 Bojana Stamenov Sanja Vučić
Sanja Vučić
ZAA Tijana Bogićević Sanja Ilić & Balkanika

Songs

2000s

"Lane moje" "Zauvijek moja" Moja ljubavi "Molitva" "Oro" "Cipela"

2010s

"Ovo je Balkan" "Čaroban" "Nije ljubav stvar" "Ljubav je svuda" 2014 "Beauty Never Lies" "Goodbye (Shelter)" "In Too Deep" "Nova deca"

Competed as Serbia
Serbia
and Montenegro in 2004 to 2005 Note: Entries scored out are when Serbia
Serbia
did not compete

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Countries

Final (by final results)

Ukraine
Ukraine
(winner) Serbia
Serbia
and Montenegro Greece Turkey Cyprus Sweden Albania Germany Bosnia and Herzegovina Spain Russia Croatia Malta Macedonia France United Kingdom Poland Romania Iceland Netherlands Austria Belgium Ireland Norway

Semi-final only (in alphabetical order)

Andorra Belarus Denmark Estonia Finland Israel Lithuania Latvia Monaco Portugal Slovenia Switzerland

Artists

Final (by final results)

Ruslana Željko Joksimović
Željko Joksimović
& Ad Hoc Orchestra Sakis Rouvas Athena Lisa Andreas Lena Philipsson Anjeza Shahini Max Deen Ramón Julia Savicheva Julie and Ludwig Ivan Mikulić Toše Proeski Jonatan Cerrada James Fox Blue Café Sanda Jónsi Re-Union Tie Break Xandee Chris Doran Knut Anders Sørum

Semi-final only (in alphabetical order)

Aleksandra and Konstantin David D'Or Fomins and Kleins Jari Sillanpää Linas and Simona Marta Roure Maryon Neiokõsõ Piero and the MusicStars Platin Sofia Vitória Thomas Thordarson

Songs

Final (by final results)

"Wild Dances" "Lane moje" "Shake It" "For Real" "Stronger Every Minute" "It Hurts" "The Image of You" "Can't Wait Until Tonight" "In the Disco" "Para llenarme de ti" "Believe Me" "On Again... Off Again" "You Are The Only One" "Life" "À chaque pas" "Hold On to Our Love" "Love Song" "I Admit" "Heaven" "Without You" "Du bist" "1 Life" "If My World Stopped Turning" "High"

Semi-final only (in alphabetical order)

"Celebrate" "Dziesma par laimi" "Foi magia" "Jugarem a estimar-nos" "Leha'amin" "My Galileo" "Notre planète" "Shame on You" "Stay Forever" "Takes 2 to Tango" "Tii" "What's Happened to Your Love?"

(Note: "Withdrawn" refers to entries that withdrew after applying to enter)

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Countries

Final (by final results)

Sweden (winner) Russia Serbia Azerbaijan Albania Estonia Turkey Germany Italy Spain Moldova Romania Macedonia Lithuania Ukraine Cyprus Greece Bosnia and Herzegovina Ireland Iceland Malta France Denmark Hungary United Kingdom Norway

Semi-final only (in alphabetical order)

Semi-final 1

Austria Belgium Finland Israel Latvia Montenegro San Marino Switzerland

Semi-final 2

Belarus Bulgaria Croatia Georgia Netherlands Portugal Slovakia Slovenia

Withdrawn

Armenia

Artists

Final (by final results)

Loreen Buranovskiye Babushki Željko Joksimović Sabina Babayeva Rona Nishliu Ott Lepland Can Bonomo Roman Lob Nina Zilli Pastora Soler Pasha Parfeny Mandinga Kaliopi Donny Montell Gaitana Ivi Adamou Eleftheria Eleftheriou MayaSar Jedward Gréta Salóme & Jónsi Kurt Calleja Anggun Soluna Samay Compact Disco Engelbert Humperdinck Tooji

Semi-final only (in alphabetical order)

Semi-final 1

Anmary Iris Izabo Pernilla Karlsson Rambo Amadeus Sinplus Trackshittaz Valentina Monetta

Semi-final 2

Anri Jokhadze Eva Boto Filipa Sousa Joan Franka Litesound Max Jason Mai Nina Badrić Sofi Marinova

Withdrawn

Alyona Lanskaya
Alyona Lanskaya
(Belarus)

Songs

Final (by final results)

"Euphoria" "Party for Everybody" "Nije ljubav stvar" "When the Music Dies" "Suus" "Kuula" "Love Me Back" "Standing Still" "L'amore è femmina (Out of Love)" "Quédate conmigo" "Lăutar" "Zaleilah" "Crno i belo" "Love Is Blind" "Be My Guest" "La La Love" "Aphrodisiac" "Korake ti znam" "Waterline" "Never Forget" "This Is the Night" "Echo (You and I)" "Should've Known Better" "Sound of Our Hearts" "Love Will Set You Free" "Stay"

Semi-final only (in alphabetical order)

Semi-final 1

"Beautiful Song" "Euro Neuro" "När jag blundar" "The Social Network Song" "Time" "Unbreakable" "Woki mit deim Popo" "Would You?"

Semi-final 2

"Don't Close Your Eyes" "I'm a Joker" "Love Unlimited" "Nebo" "Verjamem" "Vida minha" "We Are the Heroes" "You and Me"

Withdrawn

"All My Life" (Belarus) "Per sempre" (Italy)

(Note : "Withdrawn" refers to entries that withdrew after applying to enter)

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Season

September 29, 2008 — January 5, 2009

Presenters

Milan Kalinić Dragan Marinković Ana Mihajlovski Nikolina Pišek

Judges

Ismeta Dervoz Tonči Huljić Marina Tucaković

Winner

Adnan Babajić

Finalists

Vukašin Brajić Aleksandar Belov Nina Petković Danijel Pavlović

Male contestants

Adnan Babajić Aleksandar Belov Vukašin Brajić Igor Cukrov Đorđe Gogov Kristijan Jovanov Nikola Paunović Danijel Pavlović Nikola Sarić

Female contestants

Sonja Bakić Ana Bebić Antonija Besednik Andrea Harapin Mirjana Kostić Milica Majstorović Jasmina Midžić Ivana Nikodijević Nina Petković

Guest stars

Anastacia Atomsko sklonište Sergej Ćetković Colonia Deen Divlje jagode Karolina Gočeva Petar Grašo Gru Željko Joksimović Junior Jack Kaliopi Goran Karan Laka Let 3 Magazin Bojan Marović Danijela Martinović Kemal Monteno Negative Ajs Nigrutin Boris Novković Marina Perazić Aleksandra Radović Aki Rahimovski Elena Risteska Sakis Rouvas Jelena Rozga Željko Samardžić Marija Šerifović Severina Jelena Tomašević Dado Topić Milena Vučić Sky Wikluh YU grupa Zana

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