Lola Novaković

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Lola Novaković at the Eurovision Song Contest 1962

Zorana "Lola" Novaković (25 April 1935 – 3 April 2016) was a Serbian singer, hugely popular during the 1960s and to a lesser degree the 1970s. She was born in Belgrade, Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Internationally, she is most notable for having represented FPR Yugoslavia at Eurovision Song Contest in 1962 where she finished fourth.[1]

In 1962, she starred in Šeki snima, pazi se, a full-length comedy inspired by the public persona of football sensation Dragoslav Šekularac.

She died a few weeks before her 81st birthday on 3 April 2016.[2]


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Preceded by
Ljiljana Petrović
Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Vice Vukov