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Your guide to PzE24 (ARTICLE IN ENG)

Pesma za Evroviziju (PzE) week has started, and here is a guide that can help you enjoy it to the fullest.

PzE is hosted by the Radio Television of Serbia (RTS). The basic outline of the contest is that it consists of 2 semi-finals on 27 and 29 February, and a final on 2 March., with all shows starting at 21:00 CET. 16 acts will perform in the final (8 from each semi). In each semi, all the finalists will draw their running order for the final.

It’s broadcasted on RTS 1, RTS Svet, as well as on RTS’ Eurovision YouTube channel. The final will be streamed on the ESC YouTube channel as well.

The list of links can be found bellow, accordingly:

First Semi-final

Second Semi-final


Traditionally all 3 shows will be hosted by Dragana Kosjerina, and this year she’ll be joined by Slaven Došlo. From the green room, we’ll be hearing from Kristina Radenković and Stefan Popović. They’ll bring in the fresh impressions from acts that had just performed.

Besides the competing entries, we’ll be celebrating 20 years since Lane moje competed at ESC in 2004. Our last year entry, Luke Black will also be performing, and it’s expected that Sanja Vučić also performs Käärijä’s Eurovision 2023 entry Cha cha cha, tho we still don’t know the order of the performances, so stay tuned.

The results of each show will be decided by combining votes from a 5-member jury and the Serbian public via televoting through two sets of points (12, 10 and 8-1). The maximum number of points an act can get in any show will be 24. In case of a tie, televoting gives a song the upper edge. In case of a tie in the jury voting, the amount of times 12 points are recieved by an act will get the upper edge, if the tie is not broken that way, the process is repeated with descending points, down until 1. If the tie is not broken in that way either, the jury president will award the advantage.

You can use #PzE24 to tweet along to the show!


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