Nataša Bekvalac

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Nataša Bekvalac
Born Nataša Bekvalac
(1980-09-25) 25 September 1980 (age 37)
Novi Sad, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
Residence Belgrade, Serbia
Occupation singer
Years active 2000–present
  • Danilo Ikodinović (2006-2011)
  • Ljubomir Jovanović (2015-2017)
  • Luka Lazukić (2017-2018)
Children 2
Musical career
Genres pop
Instruments vocals
Labels City Records

Nataša Bekvalac (Serbian Cyrillic: Наташа Беквалац, pronounced [nǎtaʃa bekʋǎːlats]) (born 25 September 1980) is a Serbian pop star.

Her debut 2001 album was nominated for the best album of the year in FR Yugoslavia. The 2004 single Nikotin (Nicotine) also achived great and has been one of Nataša's greates hits. Some of her other knowatable songs are 300 stepeni; Ja sam dobro; Kraljica novih ljubavi; Pozitivna; Najgora; Mogu da prođem; Original; Ludilo etc. She has released six studio albums to this day.

Her father, Dragoljub Bekvalac, is a football coach and former player and her sister, Kristina Bekvalac, is a famous Serbian fashion designer.[1]

Her private life sometimes comes as more interesting for the media and for the people. Bekvalac was married three times. Her first husband was water polo player Danilo Ikodinović and the two of them have a daughter together named Hana (2007). Then she was briefly married to Ljubomir Ljuba Jovanović, who she divorced to marry her third husband Luka Lazukić. In 2018, Nataša declared that she was physically assaulted by Lazukić just a month after she had given birth to their baby named Katja. This case went to court followed with much media attention.[2]


Studio albums[edit]


  • Ljubav, vera, nada (2008)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "O meni | Kristina Bekvalac". Retrieved 2015-09-20. 
  2. ^ "Pretučena Nataša Bekvalas!" (in Serbian). 

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Preceded by
Aleksandra Radović
Serbian Oscar Of Popularity
The Female Pop Singer of the Year

Succeeded by