was present for the first time at the Yugoslavia , held in Eurovision Song Contest 1961 Cannes, France.
National final [ edit ]
Yugoslavian national final to select their entry, was held on 16 February at the Slovene National Theatre Drama in Ljubljana. There were 9 songs in the finals and the winner was chosen by the votes of 3 regional juries, however only 7 of the song titles are known. The winning entry was " Neke davne zvezde", performed by Serbian singer Ljiljana Petrović, composed by Jože Privšek and written by Miroslav Antić.
At Eurovision [ edit ]
Ljiljana Petrović performed 5th on the night of the Contest following Finland and preceding Netherlands. At the close of the voting the song had received 9 points, placing 8th equal in a field of 16 competing countries.
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1Competed as FR Yugoslavia in 1992 (Note: Entries scored out are when Yugoslavia did not compete)