BOSNIA

"Putnici" - Dino & Beatrice

"What is it that you want? You are the traveller"

The Bosnian Final was held on March 6th at the Skenderija City Hall in Sarajevo, hosted by Segmedina Srna & Lejla Babovic. The winner was chosen by 8 regional juries in Bosnia and 1 in Germany. However, on April 16th "Starac i more" was disqualified as it was revealed that the song had been released by Finnish singer Janne Hurme in 1997 as "Sydänveri". Consequently, "Putnici" was declared the winner.

1 Volio obolio I loved and got sick Eldin Huseinbegovic 13

13th

2 Kunem te ja I am swearing at you Beat House 39

6th

3 U ritmu novom In the new rhythm Krug 33

8th

4 Daj spusti se Come on, get down Seven Up 58

3rd

5 Proveo bi zivot ispod mostova I spent my life under bridges Drazen Zeric 16

12th

6 Budi tu Be here Dunja Galineo & Nurudin Vatrenjak

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17th

7 Sampion The champion Sarajevo Old Stars 51

4th

8 Dala bih ti zivot I'd give you my life Zejnaida Mesihovic 38

7th

9 Bog mi je svjedok God is my witness Zeljka Katavic-Pilj 40

5th

10 Jedini, ljubim te My only one, I'm kissing you Sanja Volic 10

14th=

11 Stare melodije Old melodies Seid Memic-Vajta 19

11th

12 Priznat cu ti sve I'll tell you everything Elvana Ducic

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16th

13 Starac i more The old man and the sea Hari Mata Hari 70

1st

14 Putnici The travellers Dino & Beatrice 65

2nd

15 Glumica The actress Igor 28

9th

16 Zelja Wish Sarajevska Ruza 10

14th=

17 Ostavi suze Leave the tears Andrej i Romana 25

10th

Deen (lead singer of Seven Up) Zeljka Katavic-Pilj Seid Memic-Vajta Hari Mata Hari

Dino & Beatrice came 7th at the ESC. Zeljka Katavic-Pilj was a backing singer for Bosnia in ESC 1996 & 1997. She was also in the group Izvodaca that took part in the 1993 Bosian Final. Seid Memic-Vajta represented Yugoslavia in ESC 1981.

ESTONIAN NATIONAL FINAL 1999

1999 NATIONAL FINALS