Serbia: Sanja Vučić ZAA

Serbia Sanja Vucic ZAA

The semi-finals weren’t (surprisingly) the end of the road for Serbia this year, who returned to the contest last year after a break in 2014 due to financial difficulties. A valiant effort, yet piercing vocals are just not quite the ticket.

Credit: Andreja Damnjanović



All Kinds of Everything: interview with Sanja Vučić ZAA

 Babushki4 vs. Lordi4


I come from the more alternative circles so that hard sound is more relatable to me.

ABBA4 vs. Eurovision Song Contest 2014


I am a long time ABBA fan, but I adore Conchita as well, so this was a hard decision.

What does the Serbian public think of Eurovision?

It is really popular in Serbia, a lot of people watch it every year and root for our entry.

Do you have any rituals before going on stage?

I don’t have any particular ritual, but I like to see how many people are there in the audience before I go on to the stage.

Who is your favourite Eurovision act of all time?

My favorite Eurovision act was 2009’s Inga & Anush with the song Jan-Jan for Armenia. The song has that oriental sound that I adore, and the voices of the sisters are amazing also.

How do you normally watch the Eurovision Song Contest?

When I was younger I used to watch it religiously every year. The past couple of years I haven’t managed to follow the whole competition, but this year I sure will :D



Hello Europe, it’s Camilla calling! Here are the points from the House of Apcar vote.

Serbia: 2 points

According to my own personal preference, I have awarded points to all 43 acts entering this year’s contest using the EBU’s scoring system (12, 10 and 8-1 points).