Ivana Peters

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Ivana Peters
Birth nameIvana Pavlović
Born (1974-08-22) 22 August 1974 (age 45)
Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia
Years active1989–present
Associated acts

Ivana Pavlović (Serbian Cyrillic: Ивана Павловић; born August 22, 1974), better known as Ivana Peters, is a Serbian singer-songwriter. Initially recognised as a member of the nineties dance-pop group Tap 011, she also became a lead singer of the pop-rock band Negative in 1999.

Pavlović appeared in the third season of the Serbian spin-off of Your Face Sounds Familiar in 2016, finishing in the fifth place.

She has also served as a back vocalist to many Serbian artists such as Jelena Karleuša, and wrote "Goodbye (Shelter)" performed by Sanja Vučić for the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest.[1]

Pavlović was married to the Sunshine guitarist, Aleksandar Peters, with whom she has a daughter named Sara.


With Tap 011
  • Novi Svet (1995)
  • Gaće (1996)
  • Možda ti se vratim kao Lesi (1997)
  • Igra (1998)
With Negative

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Leon, Jakov I. (7 March 2016). "ZAA to represent Serbia with "Goodbye"". eurovision.tv. European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 7 March 2016.
Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Toše Proeski
Beovizija winner
(as part of Negative)

Succeeded by
Jelena Tomašević