Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003

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Eurovision Song Contest 2003
Country Bosnia and Herzegovina
National selection
Selection processBH Eurosong 2003
Selected entrantMija Martina
Selected song"Ne Brini"
Finals performance
Final result16th, 27 points
Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄2002 2003 2004►

Bosnia and Herzegovina was represented by Mija Martina and the song "Ne Brini" at the Eurovision Song Contest 2003. The song was placed 16th out of 26th, with 27 points, in the Eurovision Song Contest itself. Mija did all of the choreography and design for how the song appeared on stage herself.

Before Eurovision[edit]

BH Eurosong 2003[edit]

The final was held on 1 March 2003 at the Skenderija Hall in Sarajevo, hosted by Ana Vilenica, Enis Bešlagic & Ognjen Blagojevic. The winner was due to be chosen in two rounds of televoting, however the televote failed due to the very large number of votes being cast. Instead an "expert" jury of 8 people including Alma Cardzic (ESC 1994/1997), Maja Tatic (ESC 2002) & Sabahudin Kurt (ESC 1964) selected the winner in two rounds of voting - the first to select the top 4 and the second to select the winner.[1][2]

First Round - 1 March 2003
Draw Artist Song Songwriter(s) Points Place
1 Amila Glamočak "Mac sa oštrice dvije" Marin Meštrović, Sanja Bošnjak 78 4
2 Mija Martina "Ne Brini" Ines Prajo, Arjana Kunštek 85 2
3 Hana "Ljubav ne bira" Hana Jušić, Samir Pašalić 53 12
4 Lea Mijatović "Ja sam se zaljubila" Lea Mijatović 46 17
5 El Ženid & Frederique "Nema problema" Enes Zlatar 60 7
6 Nataša Railić "Trenutak" Mladen Matović 52 14
7 Narcis Vučina & Cora "Easily" Narcis Vučina 49 16
8 Tinka "I'm Never Gonna Fall" Ivan Barbalić 53 12
9 Minja Dugalić "Ti možeš sve" Ines Prajo, Arjana Kunštek 60 7
10 Zabranjeno pušenje "Agregat" Sejo Sexon 70 5
11 Igor Vukojević "Srce ne pita" Igor Vukojević 86 1
12 Edin Pašić "Laž te čini sretnom" Dino Muharemović 44 18
13 Selma Bajrami "Zaljubljena" Ranko Boban 68 6
14 IF "Samo ljubi mene ti" Haris Dedić, Sanela Dedić 55 10
15 Deen "Taxi" Sead Lipovača-Zele, Fayo 84 3
16 Nesib Delibegović-Nesko "Madona" Nesib Delibegović 52 14
17 Biljana Matić "Ljubavne promjene" Senna M 60 7
18 Lejla Ćatović "Samo se smijem" Lejla Ćatović 54 11
Second Round - 1 March 2003
Draw Artist Song Points Place
1 Amila Glamocak "Mac sa oštrice dvije" 42 4
2 Mija Martina "Ne Brini" 72 1
3 Igor Vukojevic "Srce ne pita" 56 3
4 Deen "Taxi" 58 2

Points awarded by Bosnia and Herzegovina Eurovision Song Contest 2003[edit]

12 points  Turkey
10 points  Belgium
8 points  France
7 points  Romania
6 points  Croatia
5 points  Austria
4 points  Slovenia
3 points  Russia
2 points  Netherlands
1 point  Sweden

Points awarded to Bosnia and Herzegovina Eurovision Song Contest 2003[edit]