Macedonia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1998

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Eurovision Song Contest 1998
Country  Macedonia
National selection
Selection process Skopje Fest 1998
Selection date(s) 7 March 1998
Selected entrant Vlado Janevski
Selected song "Ne zori, zoro"
Finals performance
Final result 19th, 16 points
Macedonia in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄1996 1998 2000►

Vlado Janevski represented Macedonia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1998 after winning the national final selection, which made altogether a country debut at the Eurovision Song Contest. His song "Ne zori, zoro" was one of twenty songs presented in the national final, which was held on 7 March 1998 at the Universal Hall in Skopje accompanied by the big orchestra of MKRTV. Milanka Rašik and Aleksandar Delovski hosted the event, and the winner was selected by televoting for the first time.[1]

Draw Song Performer Televotes Rank
1 "Preku moreto" Tanja Carovska 1339 12
2 "Ne zaboravaj" Kaliopi 3834 9
3 "Son" Monika Sokolovska 862 15
4 "Ostani do kraj" Toše Proeski & Megatim Plus 4210 8
5 "Daj mi pricina da se razbudam" Tanja, Lidija & Zorica Pancic 2459 11
6 "Samovilska svadba" Sašo Gigov-Giš 34774 2
7 "Ne baraj me" Iskra Trpeva & Granit 681 20
8 "Ne veruvam" Risto Samardziev 8866 5
9 "Daj mi šansa" Dule & Koki 23615 3
10 "Koj si ti" Biljana Dodeva 828 16
11 "Te sakam beskrajno" Pece Ognenov and Adrijana Janevska 1100 13
12 "Bez tebe" Duo Maratov 764 17
13 "Ljubovta nema granici" Intervali 694 19
14 "Kameleon" Maja Grozdanovska & Bumerang 3319 10
15 "Andrea" Marjan Necak 725 18
16 "Opomena" Suzana Spasovska 5441 6
17 "Broj do deset" Maja Vukicevic 908 14
18 "Ne zori, zoro" Vlado Janevski 38642 1
19 "Ukradeni nokji" Karolina Gočeva 10454 4
20 "Pari pari" Mico Atanasiu 4453 7

Vlado Janevski performed last in the running order on the night of the contest. "Ne zori, zoro" went on place 19th with 16 points.

Voting[edit]

Points awarded to Macedonia[edit]

Points Awarded to Macedonia
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point

Points Awarded by Macedonia[edit]

12 points  Croatia
10 points  United Kingdom
8 points  Israel
7 points  Ireland
6 points  Belgium
5 points  Turkey
4 points  Portugal
3 points  Netherlands
2 points  France
1 point  Finland


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