Macedonia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011

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Eurovision Song Contest 2011
Country  Macedonia
National selection
Selection process Skopje Fest 2011
50% Televoting
50% Jury
Selection date(s) 27 February 2011
Selected entrant Vlatko Ilievski
Selected song "Rusinka"
Finals performance
Semi-final result Failed to qualify (16th)
Macedonia in the Eurovision Song Contest
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Macedonia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in Düsseldorf, Germany, selecting their entry through a televised national final, organised by Macedonian broadcaster Makedonska Radio Televizija (MKRTV).

Skopje Fest 2011[edit]

It appears that the 2011 selection process in Macedonia will feature only one show, to be held in February, although the national broadcaster MKRTV has not confirmed it yet. Materials can be sent to the national broadcaster until 10 January.[1] The final is taking on 27 February. Participation in Skopje 2011 is restricted to national citizens of Macedonia.[2][3]

Nade Talevska intended to participate in Skopjefest with the song Vo mojot svet imas dom written by Grigor Koprov, Vladimir Dojcinovski and Borce Dimitrov. However she withdrew from the selection because of overseas arrangements[4]

Dule i Koki intended to participate with the song "Neka e so pomin" written by Ljupco Mirkovski and Ognen Nedelkovski. They withdrew explaining that Skopjefest is rigged.[5][6]

Final - 27 February 2011
Draw[7] Artist Song lyrics - Composer Jury Televote Total Place
01 Rok Agresori "Kukuriku" Zoran Trikov, Aleksandar Ristovski-Prince, Zoran Trikov 0 0 0 15
02 Bobi Mojsoski "Te krade toj" Lazar Cvetkovski, Ognen Nedelkovski 0 7 7 7
03 Olivera Gorgovska "Na Kraj" Goce Simonovski, Radi Vrcakovski 1 0 1 14
04 Angelina Stojanoska "Znaes li" Daniel Mitrevski, Petar Dimitrovski, Irena Dimovska 0 8 8 6
05 Skipi & Tajzi "Ostavi politika i pojachaj ton" Skipi, Tajzi 0 0 0 15
06 Amir Ibrahimovski & Art Sound "Posledna pesna" Jovan Vasilevski, Jovan Vasilevski-Gligor Kodoski, Jovan Vasilevski 2 4 6 10
07 Emilija Gievska feat. Andrej Miske "Paranoja" Boban Apostolov, Zoran Rudan 0 0 0 15
08 Riste Tevdoski "Ne se menuva ljubovta" Milan Milanov, Lazar Cvetkovski 0 0 0 15
09 Martin Srbinovski "Ram tam tam" Martin Srbinovski, Goce Simonovski 8 5 13 2
10 Lidija Kocovska "Bozji Pateki" Aleksandar Cerkezi, Maja Pavlovska 7 0 7 9
11 Goran Kargov "Lazes deka ne boli" Hris Marin, Vladimir Dojcinovski, Petar Acev 3 0 3 13
12 Zdravka Mircevska "Ludost" Zdravka Mircevska, Kiril Babamov 10 0 10 5
13 Natasa Malinkova "Greska" Stole Avramov, Zoran Aleksic, Mence Avramova 6 1 7 8
14 Ile Spasov "Tugja si" Ile Spasov, Ognen Nedelkovski 4 2 6 11
15 Filip Jordanovski "Sekogas nekoj poveke vredi" Darko Tasev, Blaze Temelkov 0 3 3 12
16 Natalija Slaveva "Ne mi trebas" Stole Avramov, Zoran Aleksic, Daniel Bankov 0 10 10 4
17 Ivan Jovanov "Kockar" Denis Hajdarevic, Ivan Jovanov, Jovan Jovanov 0 0 0 15
18 Offside "Sekoj den" Goce Simonovski, Milan Milanov 5 6 11 3
19 Vlatko Ilievski "Rusinka" Grigor Koprov, Vladimir Dojcinovski, Jovan Jovanov 12 12 24 1
20 Vodolija "Ne vrakaj se" Risto Apostolov 0 0 0 15

At Eurovision[edit]

On 12 May, Macedonia competed eleventh in the second semi-final of the contest. They placed sixteenth with 36 points and failed to qualify for the final.

Points Awarded by Macedonia[8][edit]

Points Awarded to Macedonia (Semi-Final 2)
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Macedonia: Submissions deadline extended". EscToday.com. 2010-12-18. Retrieved 2010-12-19. 
  2. ^ Hondal, Victor (2010-11-29). "Macedonia: MKRTV calls for songs". EscToday.com. Retrieved 2010-11-30. 
  3. ^ "MACEDONIA - MKRTV decides on February". Oikotimes.com. 2010-11-29. Retrieved 2010-11-30. 
  4. ^ "Nade Talevska withdrew from Skopjefest". Vest. 2011-02-03. Retrieved 2011-02-03. 
  5. ^ "Dule i Koki withdrew from Skopjefest". Vest. 2011-02-03. Retrieved 2011-02-03. 
  6. ^ "Macedonia: Changes in the national final line-up". Vest. 2011-02-03. Retrieved 2011-02-03. 
  7. ^ "Macedonia: Running order for Skopje 2011 revealed". ESCToday. 2011-02-03. Retrieved 2011-02-03. 
  8. ^ Eurovision Song Contest 2008