Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1983

Yugoslavia took part in the 1983 Eurovision Song Contest held in Munich, West Germany. It was represented by Daniel who sang Džuli.

Eurovision Song Contest 1983
Country Yugoslavia
National selection
Selection processJugovizija 1983
Selection date(s)4 March 1983
Selected entrantDanijel
Selected song"Džuli"
Selected songwriter(s)
  • Daniel Popović
  • Mario Mihaljević
Finals performance
Final result2nd, 125 points
Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄1982 1983 1984►

Before EurovisionEdit

Jugovizija 1983Edit

Jugovizija 1983 took place on 4 March 1983 at the Studio M in Novi Sad, hosted by Vesna Momirov and Tomislav Dražić.[1] The winner of the national final was selected by 6 state, and 2 autonomous areas juries.

Draw TV Station Artist Song Points Place
1   TVNS Milorad Nonin "Sviraj za Mariju" 31 8
2   TVTg Brano Mališić "Vrati se" 18 11
3   TVNS Sunčeve pege "Ti si nemoguć" 24 9
4   TVZg Mišo Kovač "Posadi cvijet" 22 10
5   TVLj Marjan Smode "Adrijana" 44 4
6   TVSk Silva Deloska and Kim "Opera" 12 13
7   TVBg Lepa Brena and Slatki Greh "Sitnije, Cile, sitnije" 34 7
8   TVLj Hazard "Najlepše pesmi" 9 14
9   TVSa Grupa Cod "Dođi da me vidiš" 16 12
10   TVPr Shpresa Gashi and Sabri Fejzullahu "Fjala bëhet zog, dielli bëhet sy" 3 15
11   TVSk Maja Odžaklievska "Lidu lidu du" 46 3
12   TVPr Milica Milisavljević Dugalić and Gazmend Pallaska "Dashuria në lulezim" 3 15
13   TVBg Bebi Dol "Rudi" 36 6
14   TVSa Indexi "Na svoj način" 40 5
15   TVZg Novi fosili "Volim te od 9 do 2" 54 2
16   TVTg Danijel "Džuli" 72 1

At EurovisionEdit

On the night of contest Yugoslavia performed 12th, following Netherlands and preceding Cyprus. At the close of voting "Džuli" had received 125 points, placing 4th out of 20 competing countries, which was Yugoslavia's joint-best placing at the contest, sharing with 1962 Yugoslav entry "Ne pali svetla u sumrak" by Lola Novaković, and would remain so until their victory in 1989.[2]

The Yugoslav jury awarded its 12 points to contest winners Luxembourg.

VotingEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Arhiv Slobodne Dalmacije - digitalni arhiv tiskanih izdanja Slobodne Dalmacije".
  2. ^ "Final of Munich 1983". European Broadcasting Union. Archived from the original on 15 April 2021. Retrieved 15 April 2021.
  3. ^ a b "Results of the Final of Munich 1983". European Broadcasting Union. Archived from the original on 15 April 2021. Retrieved 15 April 2021.