Hurricane (Serbian band)

Hurricane, also known as Hurricane Girls, are a Serbian girl group. The original line-up, formed by Zoran Milinković in November 2017, consisted of three members: Sanja Vučić, Ivana Nikolić and Ksenija Knežević.[1] They are best known for representing Serbia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam, Netherlands, with the song "Loco Loco". In 2022, the three original members left the group and were replaced by three new members: Anđela Keleman, Antonela Jurišić and Miona Srećković.

Hurricane (from left to right: Ksenija, Sanja and Ivana) with the Beovizija 2020 trophy
Hurricane (from left to right: Ksenija, Sanja and Ivana) with the Beovizija 2020 trophy
Background information
Also known asHurricane Girls
OriginBelgrade, Serbia
Years active2017–2022
LabelsStema Production
  • Anđela Keleman
  • Antonela Jurišić
  • Miona Srećković
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They sung mostly in their native language Serbian and have also sung songs in English on some occasions. Hurricane aimed to be recognized globally; they had two planned songs for Universal (as of November 2019),[2][3][4] and in September 2018 collaborated with Hollywood producer Stephen Belafonte.[5]

Following their participation in the 2020 edition of Beovizija (second semi-final night, 29 February; final night, 1 March), they were to represent Serbia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, with the song "Hasta la vista".[6] However, on 18 March 2020, the event was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[7] On 23 November 2020 it was confirmed that they would remain as the Serbian representatives in the 2021 contest, and their song "Loco Loco", was presented in March 2021.[8] They performed in the second semi-final of the contest on 18 May, where they qualified to the final. In the final, they finished in 15th place, receiving 102 points.

On 4 May 2022, it was announced that the current line-up of the group would part ways after a farewell tour, after which the members would embark on solo careers. It was also announced that the casting process for new members would begin shortly, while retaining the Hurricane name.[9][10] The group's last single as Vučić, Nikolić and Knežević, "Wow", was released on 19 June 2022.[11]


  • Anđela Keleman (2022–)
  • Antonela Jurišić (2022–)
  • Miona Srećković (2022–)



Title Year Peak chart positions Album

Top 40
"Irma, Maria" 2018 Non-album singles
"Feel Right"
"Should've Listened"
"Who to Love"
"Pain in Your Eyes" 2019
"Magic Night"
"Avantura" 2
"Brzi prsti"
"Hasta la Vista" 2020
"Guallame el Pantalon"
(featuring King Melody)
"Roll the Dice"
(with MC Stojan)
"Čaje šukarije"
"Want Ya" 7
"Loco Loco" 2021 6 97 3
"Do neba" 6
"Legalan" 1
"Koraci" 4
"'Ajde Bre" 2
"Set the World on Fire" 19
(with Teodora)
2022 18
"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released.


  1. ^ "Serbia: Sanja Vucic sizzles in Spanish photoshoot for new group, Hurricane". wiwibloggs. 22 September 2018. Retrieved 6 May 2022.
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  6. ^ "Hurricane to represent Serbia in Rotterdam". 3 March 2020. Retrieved 9 April 2021.
  7. ^ Quinn, Angus (18 March 2021). "Eurovision 2020 Cancelled: Contest will not take place in Rotterdam due to coronavirus precautions". wiwibloggs. Retrieved 9 April 2021.
  8. ^ Waarden, Franciska (5 March 2021). "Serbia: Hurricane Reveal Their Eurovision Song "Loco Loco"". Eurovoix. Retrieved 9 April 2021.
  9. ^ "Razilaze se članice srbijanske grupe Hurricane, planiraju započeti solo karijeru". (in Croatian). Retrieved 4 May 2022.
  10. ^ Çetin, Berkay (5 May 2022). "🇷🇸 Serbia: Hurricane Split One Year on From Eurovision". Eurovoix. Retrieved 6 May 2022.
  11. ^ Hurricane - Wow (Official Video), retrieved 23 July 2022
  12. ^ Peak positions in Serbia:
  13. ^ "Veckolista Heatseeker, vecka 21". Sverigetopplistan. Retrieved 28 May 2021.
  14. ^ Peak positions in Croatia:
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Awards and achievements
Preceded by Serbia in the Eurovision Song Contest
2020 (cancelled)
Succeeded by
with "Loco Loco"
Preceded by
with "Hasta la vista"
Serbia in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by